Last-minute food gifts to impress your Toronto Valentine

Feb 13 2019, 11:27 pm

It’s crunch-time.

Valentine’s Day is tomorrow, and you can’t procrastinate any longer. If you’re still on the hunt for that special something for that special someone, don’t fret.

Food is always a good idea.

Here are the last-minute foodie gift ideas you can find in Toronto for your honey.

For your fancy-pants


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Got a date who appreciates the finer things in life? 1675 Patisserie has got you covered with a cake that looks just like a rose. It’s the last day to order this edible art – so contact the bakery if you want to treat your sweet with this masterpiece.

Where: 4750 Yonge Street #126
Phone: 647-748-1675


For your Nutella-lover


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Lamanna’s Bakery is known for going above and beyond, and we know that’s exactly what you want to do for your sweetie. That’s why it’s been so hard to decide on a gift, right? Right… If your darling loves Nutella, or macarons or pistachios or strawberries, for that matter, one of these cakes is the perfect fit.

Where: 6758 Kingston Road
Phone: 416-287-2020


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For your veg-head


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For the vegan in your life, Bunner’s Bake Shop is always serving up something yum. In light of love-day, they’ve got adorable, ultra-portable heart-topped cupcakes. Totally vegan, totally gluten-free, and totally gift-worthy.

Where: 244 Augusta Avenue
Phone: 647-350-2975

Where: 3054 Dundas Street West
Phone: 647-352-2975


For the one who can’t make decisions


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“What do you want for dinner babe?”


We get it. For your dearest love who can’t, for the love of all that’s good, make a decision, offer up a bite that’s both sweet and savoury. The Butter Jam Jam pizza from Big Trouble is topped with raspberry jam, mozzarella, bocconcini, butter, balsamic reduction and lemon zest. Rendering it the perfect pizza, and the perfect edible gift.

Where: 235 Spadina Avenue #1
Phone: 416-596-0305


For your eco-babe


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If you’ve got a darling who prioritizes protecting the planet, opt for an eco-friendly treat from Chocosol. This spot sources cacao directly from Indigenous communities in Mexico, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, and Ecuador, and the goods are always directly and horizontally traded. And everything tastes delicious. Eat good, do good, feel good.

Where: 1131 St. Clair Avenue West
Phone: 416-923-6675


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