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Sweet Bliss

Posted by Staff / Posted on January 29, 2008

Sweet Bliss
Sweet Bliss in Leslieville makes delicious cinnamon buns, apricot oatmeal squares, spanakopita and other baked treats.



Keven / March 23, 2008 at 04:00 pm
I'm there every weekend. Their loaves (banana nut, cranberry etc) are amazing! They have these amazing old fashioned cinnamon buns. They also make the world's most amazing scones and normally I'm not a fan of scones at all, but I make the exception at Sweet Bliss.

In fact, I'm going to head there right now lol.
Michael / June 23, 2008 at 10:06 pm
Awesome place! Every time we go there is something yummy to grab! Lemon bars are amazing! and the Banana bread is worth every penny! Prices are on the high side but you can't beat the quality and care put into every little bit! Sweet Bliss is the perfect name for this shy out of the way Homey bakery!
Michael / June 23, 2008 at 10:07 pm
Oh and here's a taste of their sweetness!
LH / July 10, 2008 at 04:00 pm
Their cookies are great too! I had pumpkin cookies last fall and they were amazing. I will definitely try the cupcakes next time!
/ September 23, 2008 at 07:30 am
The cupcakes had been refrigerated when I had purchased them, not very good either. The pink one I had tasted was disgustingly sweet. Definitly do not recommend this place. Its too bad they had such a nice looking shop from the outside, looks can be deceiving!
Brien and Doug / March 20, 2009 at 02:17 pm
AMAZING and fresh selection of baked goodies! We LOVE their special cupcakes to put at home on our cakestand. Keep up the good work and we'll keep coming.
Greg / March 20, 2009 at 05:30 pm
We read the glowing review of this place in The Toronto Star.

After one bite of their cupcakes, cakes, cookies or brownies, it is sure to land you.

Wow, these guys are talented but let's hope they don't go commercial the way Dufflets did way back when. As they are, they are hands on bakers and the best on the east coast.

Yum, yum gotta get me some.
Wendy / March 20, 2009 at 11:58 pm
We had some cupcakes from Sweet Bliss for my little sister's birthday and it was to our disappointment. The pink frosty looked super yummy but looks are definitely deceiving. And the cake was too doughy that it didn't even taste like cake. Betty Crocker makes a better cupcake.
shy / June 12, 2009 at 07:46 pm
Their buttertarts are the best I've ever had. Not too sweet with an amazing crust. The cupcakes look alot like Magnolia's in NYC. I liked the carrot cake and red velvet ones even though the icing was a tad too sweet.
Nadaraj replying to a comment from Wendy / January 21, 2010 at 01:34 pm
so does yourmom. herbutter tarts are nice and sweet for me. hercinnamonn buns aresometimes sticky after our daily routines.
J wilson / February 6, 2011 at 07:02 pm
All I have to say is: BEST CINNAMON BUNS EVER! They only make them on saturday and sunday - they sell fast so get there early. They are def the best in town. (Blondies are absolutely amazing as well)
Eastender / April 1, 2012 at 10:27 am
I used to visit weekly for these cinnamon buns but in the past few months they have been really lacking. Im not sure if there is someone new in the back, but these used to be gooey and buttery and require multiple napkins. Now they are just doughy bread rolls with little cinnamon filling. I go back every couple of months with the hope that I'll get one if those gooey buns again but have so far been dissapointed.
Carla / April 1, 2012 at 03:21 pm
Cupcakes I bought got were undercooked, only found out when my guests bit into them after dinner. Not impressed. I called the next day and offered to bring back the cupcakes for exchange and was told It was my fault I didn't return them the same day. Horrible service and waste of money.

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