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The Best Cookies in Toronto

Posted by Amy Grief / July 31, 2015

cookies torontoThe best cookies in Toronto show off the city's dedication to this classic dessert best enjoyed with a glass of milk. Just thinking about these soft, but slightly crunchy, baked goods will transport you right back to your childhood - soon you'll want to devour all of them. All across the city, these handcrafted goodies come in timeless flavours such as chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin, as well as vegan and Italian-inspired varieties.

Here are the best cookies in Toronto.

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Moo Milk Bar

Moo Milk Bar

Dunk away because milk and cookies are the focus of this bakery located in The Beach. If you're indecisive, try the cowgirl, filled with a little bit of everything including the requisite chocolate chips, pretzels and toffee. More »

Le Gourmand

Le Gourmand

Stick with the giant chocolate chip or chocowall (chocolate and walnut) cookies, which are usually served warm. Overloaded with chocolate, these buttery treats melt in your mouth and taste best when eaten immediately. More »

Bakerbots

Bakerbots

Whether you try one its own or as part of an ice cream sandwich, Bakerbots' cookies are always delicious. They're a crunchier cookie than most, making them the perfect companion for the bakery's signature ice cream. More »

Bang Bang

Bang Bang

There's a reason why people line up out the door at this Ossington bakery and ice cream shop. Choose from an array of options including Nutella puffs and everything cookies to deliciously ensconce scoops of homemade ice cream. More »

Sweet Flour

Sweet Flour

You can build your own custom super cookie at this Bloor West Village Bakery. After you're done choosing between original peanut dough, as well as a slew of mix-ins, you can expect a freshly baked treat to enjoy straight from the oven. More »

Forno Cultura

Forno Cultura

This below ground bakery on King West offers a variety of tiny Italian cookies and biscotti for you to quickly gobble down. Or, choose the refined route and enjoy your dessert with an espresso. More »

Andrea's Gerrard St. Bakery

Andrea's Gerrard St. Bakery

A visit to this Chinatown East bakery will have you snacking on classic cookie varieties such as chocolate chip, spiced ginger and peanut butter. More »

Red Bench

Red Bench

These organic cookies come in gourmet flavours such as s'mores and peanut butter and jelly. However, if the menu doesn't do it for you, create your own custom cookie, baked fresh in minutes. More »

Cherry Bomb

Cherry Bomb

Coffee might be the focus at this Roncesvalles cafe, but that doesn't stop it serving homemade cookies alongside its espresso-based beverages. More »

Mabel's Bakery

Mabel's Bakery

With three locations throughout Toronto, it's now even easier to get your fix of Mabel's signature and decadent peanut butter fudge cookie. More »

Bunner's

Bunner's

Vegans rejoice! This Junction and Kensington Market Bakery uses no animal by-products. And, it's gluten-free too. Be sure to try its supersonic cookie or creamie, a cookie served with of dairy-free icing. More »

Bloomer's

Bloomer's

One of Toronto newest vegan bakeries is serving up treats to the city's west end. The Bloor and Ossington spot also transforms its homemade cookies into ice cream sandwiches. More »

Discussion

7 Comments

mm / July 31, 2015 at 04:04 pm
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momofuku milk bar
Rafael / July 31, 2015 at 04:04 pm
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I'd definitely like to see the Flaky Tart cookies. They're located on Mt Pleasant Ave, close to Eglinton. They have the best choc chip cookies that I've ever tried!
Leann stelano / July 31, 2015 at 04:24 pm
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Sleepy baker is not on hear. There cookies are amazing!
Alex replying to a comment from mm / July 31, 2015 at 04:52 pm
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I'd wager a guess and say that cookies baked in NYC and then shipped here aren't the best in Toronto.
BillyO / July 31, 2015 at 05:49 pm
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Good list. I like Gourmand, Moo and Bang Bang the best. Momofuku Milk Bar should not
James / August 1, 2015 at 09:37 am
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MOMOFUKU??? The biggest mixed up taste and rip off in the entire city?? you fooool
Lolp / August 1, 2015 at 11:01 am
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Momofuku blows these places out of the water. 2 dollars a cookie is hardly a ripoff.

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