This summer I had lots of fun catering to my sweet tooth in Toronto. So many new ice-cream shops popped up in the last few years. With so many to choose from, I’ve narrowed them down to this summers favourites. Here are my 5 Toronto Ice-Cream shops you won’t regret trying. Call me crazy, but I’ll be going back to these places this Fall/Winter:

1. BANG BANG Ice-Cream

Location: 93A Ossington Ave

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I remember the first time I came here with our dear friends, it was a cold Saturday afternoon some time in the Winter/Fall. There was a line up out the store, down the street. That should say a lot on its own of how good this place is.

bang bang ice cream

It’s not big inside, very minimal space to sit or stand. It didn’t matter, we ate ours just outside the shop.
bang bang ice cream
cookies to choose from

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We went with the ice-cream sandwiches. You choose the cookie and ice-cream combo and
you’ve got a drool-worthy masterpiece.

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I should’ve got the avocado ice-cream
Loved the Homer Simpson art inside the shop!
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2. Fugo Desserts

Location: 205 Dundas St W.
I was on a mission to try their cookie monster ice-cream! One of the things I remembered about the cookie monster ice-cream was that it wasn’t overly sweet and the cone was my absolute favourite part!
Inside the shop you’ll find about 5 – 10 seats and a huge chalkboard menu/graffiti. Feel free to write your name on the wall or whatever.

😋 SO good.

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This Cookie Monster ice-cream from @fugodesserts 👌🏼👏🏼 don’t forget the Oreo cone! 😍

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3. Eva’s Original Chimneys

Location: 454 Bloor St W.

evas original chimneys

The very best soft serve ice-cream I ever had! This ice-cream is as filling as a main course would be. So eat light and then enjoy these cones.

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4. Dutch Dreams

Location: 36 Vaughan Road
The wackiest ice-cream shop I ever saw. With Aladdin on his magic carpet, vintage decor and overall known to be a children’s fantasy land.  You pick your ice-cream flavour, pick a cone and then pick your toppings.

Sweet Jesus Downtown

Location: 106 John St

Passed on the birthday cake this year for this massive soft serve birthday cone! #madeawish

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Super long line-up for this place and very little space inside the shop, but there’s a bench right outside. I love that this place has so many creative flavours that actually taste good! Plus, when’s the last time you saw a lit candle on an ice-cream cone?

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