Cherry blossom season in Toronto might not officially arrive until the first flowers bloom but at bakeries and dessert houses across the GTA it’s already peak sakura season!
Here are some of the sweetess sakura treats on offer in Toronto this spring.
Kyoto cake from 7 Cake Boutique
This stunning cherry blossom inspired cake filled with matcha mousse is a sweet way to welcome spring!
Address: 3272 Midland Avenue, Units B112 and B113, Toronto
Sakura daifuku mochi from Sasaki Fine Pastry
Soft, fluffy, chewy ball of deliciousness! These glutinous rice cakes are stuffed with sweet floral filling that taste like springtime.
Address: 3160 Steeles Avenue East, Unit 5B, Markham
Sakura Raindrop Cake from Mabu Generation
Find these stunning and unique sweets on the dessert menu at this restaurant in Markham. Raindrop cakes, AKA mizu shingen mochi, are a jelly dessert that are delightfully refreshing.
Address: 3235 Hwy 7, Unit 23-26, Markham
Strawberry Sakura Mont Blanc from Little Pebbles
The Kensington Market bakery and cafe deals in French treats with a Japanese twist. Among the selection in store, find sakura tiramisu and strawberry sakura mont blanc among the top picks.
Address: 160 Baldwin Street, Unit 4, Toronto
No-bake Sakura Cheesecake from HCafe
Two locations of these Japanese cheesecake-makers are offering sakura flavoured treats including a no-bake cheesecake topped with pretty petals, and sakura mochi!
Address: 158 Main Street Unionville Markham
Address: 4750 Yonge Street, Unit 119, Toronto
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- A Japanese wagashi master is offering classes in Toronto this spring
- Creme Egg brownies, lattes, and cakes have returned to Toronto