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The Best Cupcakes in Toronto

Posted by Robyn Urback / October 15, 2012

Cupcakes TorontoThe best cupcakes in Toronto are here for the long haul. Say what you will about the supposed "cupcake craze," the cupcakes from these bake shops certainly have staying power. While some spots opt to keep mostly with the classics, others have ventured into the bacon-flavoured, stout-style, chai-infused takes on the traditional cupcake. And believe it or not, Guinness actually works in cupcake form! Guess you'll just have to try it for yourself. Here is the list of the best cupcakes in Toronto.

See also:

The best macarons in Toronto
The best donuts in Toronto

Note: Best cupcakes lists were previously published on April 2, 2011 and, before that, May 23, 2008. Comments below made up until October 14, 2012 are in reference to the old list. We've purposely kept the archived comments here because we believe they (mostly) add value to this topic. If you don't want to have to wade through all of them, simply hit the "sort by newest first" link at the top of the thread.

For the Love of Cake

For the Love of Cake

Lauded for its four-dimensional cupcakes (think cake, filling, topping and garnish) and out-of-the-box flavours, For the Love of Cake in Liberty Village has broken new, uh, “baking cups” when it comes to reinventing the cupcake. Here you’ll find flavours such as rum and coke, Guinness chocolate, pumpkin pie, and its traditional “Very Vanilla,” available in a full size for about $2.50 to $3.00, or a mini cupcake for $1.50. If you opt for the mini, trust me, you’ll want two. More »

Desmond & Beatrice

Desmond & Beatrice

These cupcakes have long been enjoyed at various spots around the city and finally found a place to call their own in June of last year in Riverside. Red velvet, hands down, is clear Desmond & Beatrice gold, followed closely by its incredibly rich double chocolate cupcake and the always affable cookies and cream. Minis are sometimes in shop and always available by special order, but you can count on six or more different regular sized cupcakes ($2.75) in store. More »

Prairie Girl Bakery

Prairie Girl Bakery

Prairie Girl Bakery displays its cupcakes in a way you might expect of expensive jewellery or handbags, and rightfully so. This shop is all about and only about its cupcakes at both of its Toronto locations, making the butteriest of buttercreams and cakes that taste like they came straight from grandma’s kitchen. If your grandma bakes, that is. With options such as peanut butter and jelly on vanilla and carrot cupcakes with cream cheese icing, these treats are $2.95 each or $1.75 for a mini. More »

Dlish

Dlish

Dlish’s cupcakes are about substance as much as style, proudly made with premium ingredients and nixing cutesy signage in favour of the sophisticated. This West Queen West shop changes up its finishes, too, opting for a shiny ganache finish for the chocolate peanut butter cupcakes, and a coarse coating of chocolate sprinkles to give its chocolate cupcake a little crunch. Salted caramel, especially, is a Dlish winner. Well worth the $3 each. Now with a second location near Yonge and Bloor. More »

OMG Baked Goodness

OMG Baked Goodness

Yes, a vegan cupcake that is actually moist, not greasy and delicious! Vegan chocolate is the mainstay at this Dundas West bakeshop, available with all sorts of frostings in different colours and flavours. But if vegan chocolate’s not your thing, you might luck out if you swing by when a Guinness pumpkin cupcake or a zucchini chocolate muffincake (healthier than a cupcake?) is just waiting for your OMG arrival. Most cupcakes are priced starting at $2.50 each. More »

Sullivan & Bleeker

Sullivan & Bleeker

While Sullivan & Bleeker doesn’t have a retail location to pick up the odd salted caramel or mint chocolate chip cupcake, you don’t have to look too far to find these over-the-top treats. You can find one of its stuffed, frosted, and topped cupcakes at many high-end shops around the city, or else trek up to North York to pick up a “Dirty Dozen” of Sullivan & Bleeker’s cupcakes, made fresh to order for $36. By the time you get home, it’ll be more like a “Dirty Ten.” More »

Life is Sweet

Life is Sweet

Life is Sweet is the beloved cupcake house in the Beaches that's known to stick with the tried and true. These retro cakes are your classic lemon drop, vanilla bean, and double chocolate creations, along with the odd orange earl grey just to add an element of “new.” Prepared onsite (of course) and perfect for a boardwalk stroll, these cupcakes ring in at $2.50 each, or $1.50 for a mini cupcake. More »

Yummy Stuff

Yummy Stuff

Yummy Stuff is another bakery that clearly excels when it comes to the red velvet cupcake, though its take on the maple bacon and the s’more shouldn’t be overlooked. You’ll find a whole assortment of different varieties when you step into this Parkdale shop, including the (winter-appropriate) apple cinnamon caramel, seasonal pumpkin, and summer margarita. Obviously there’s a reason to pop in any time of year. More »

Discussion

84 Comments

J / April 12, 2009 at 01:44 pm
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Mabel's on Roncesvalles also has AMAZING cupcakes... not a lot of varieties like these specialty cupcake stores, but totally yum nonetheless.

The vanilla icing even has little specks of vanilla bean! Tastes like a luxe oreo frosting. *salivating*
Jinny / May 19, 2009 at 02:44 pm
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I had best cupcakes from CreARTive Cakes. MMM~ Try them! you won't regreat!
cbw / June 11, 2009 at 03:57 pm
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The only place to get cupcakes is Salt & Pepper - http://www.salt-peppercatering.com/ - they are the best I've ever had.
Teresa / August 24, 2010 at 03:37 pm
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LPK actually had some really good Vegan cupcakes.... And trust me. I'm not a vegan! Eggs all the way... but the vegan ones that I tried were awesome.

http://www.lpksculinarygroove.com/our_fans.html
Neets / April 4, 2011 at 09:15 am
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Bake Sale on Kingsway and Six Points has the best red velvet cupcakes in the city!!!!
C Hill / April 4, 2011 at 10:17 am
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Swirls has the most best cupcakes in the GTA. They have a location in Etobicoke (so technically they are in Toronto), and they have a location in Mississauga. Their cupcakes are a decent size and their buttercreams are great (they don't do sugar frosting). Their prices are fair for the quality you get. Places like Miss Cora and Designer Cookies are expensive and the product is poor. The other cupcake shop that is not listed and that is pretty good is Dlish on Queen St.
Elizabeth Wimbush replying to a comment from Carole / April 5, 2011 at 03:50 pm
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We make vegan cupcakes at Cafe Novo (1986 Bloor St W).
We also do custom orders, just shoot us an email or call us a few days ahead of time and we'll bake like fiends for you!
S Chang / April 6, 2011 at 02:09 pm
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Hi Ryan,
Love the blog, though I'll admit - this is the first time I've left a comment. I've recently checked out a new cupcake place called SugarTiers up in Markham. Very unique when compared to some of the names you've listed. I remember Toronto Star once writing about their Red Velvet Cupcake and I'm a believer after I tasted it a few weekends ago. Do you have any colour of this location and how they pare up against your list? Thanks.

Laura Lind / April 7, 2011 at 06:59 am
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Yesterday I made the trip to the Cake Opera Co on Eglington Avenue West and had two cupcakes, The Queen of the Night with Valrhona 70% dark chocolate buttercream, crunchy chocolate pearls and toasted cocoa nibs, and I saved for later the Cherubino, a chocolate cupcake injected with creamy toasted hazelnut buttercream and topped with almond buttercream and a Cake Opera Co. candied almond. I thought the Queen of the Night was the best cupcake, probably the best dessert I'd ever had in my life. Then after dinner I had the Cherubino which was better than any opiates I've ever been prescribed. This is the shop that Julia Roberts and Nicole Ritchie used to bake their wedding cakes. It has been featured in People Magazine, The Globe and Mail and Macleans. While their wedding cakes are beyond the budget of most mortals, their cupcakes are divine and render any "best cupcakes in Toronto" article rather ridiculous. These are the best cupcakes on the planet.
Aileen / April 13, 2011 at 09:34 pm
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Check out Bakes and Goods located at Bathurst and Fairlawn just north of Lawrence. They have amazing deals on cupcakes for .99 cents each though there is a limit. Try there Black and white which is a moist Chocolate cupcake with vanilla icing.
Lexy / April 21, 2011 at 03:27 pm
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You forgot Flour Studio at Eglinton and Bathurst, their cupcakes are AMAZING!!!
Jennifer W / May 22, 2011 at 10:24 pm
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Are we forgetting "Cakes by Robert" at 134 Doncaster Avenue at Yonge and Steeles? Absolutely the best buttercream!
kayla / May 25, 2011 at 01:40 am
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BUNNERS BAKERY ALL THE WAY!!!
Santini / June 3, 2011 at 09:00 pm
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Dlish Cupcakes on Queen St. West has the best cupcakes. PERIOD!
BillyO / July 5, 2011 at 10:10 pm
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Sweet Bliss Baking Co. anyone?

Not having them in the top 3, let alone the top 10 is a travesty.
Joanna / September 2, 2011 at 12:36 pm
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You guys need to try We Bake In Heels - on weston road in Vaughan, they also opened an adorable booth in Vaughan Mills mall - hands down best cupcakes I have ever had, hands down!
www.webakeinheels.com
Desset Lover replying to a comment from Curious Cupcake / September 10, 2011 at 02:24 pm
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Went to Short & Sweet two Sunday ago. Not good at all - dry and really not much flavour. Maybe it was because it was Sunday and perhaps they were selling cupcakes made another day. I would not go here again.
Flour Sutdio on Eglinton....yum. The Red Velvet is sooooooo good and I tried many cupcakes at various stores
Dessert Lover replying to a comment from Curious Cupcake / September 10, 2011 at 02:25 pm
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I would recommend Flour Studio and For the Love of Cake
MelodySoul / November 6, 2011 at 08:57 pm
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Short and Sweet cupcakes on Avenue is my new favorite, hands down.
c / December 10, 2011 at 07:28 pm
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i went 2 bobette and belles about 3 weeks ago and i had the vanilla with rasberry brazillian buttercream icing ; the cupcake was ok but a little bland and dry ;the buttercream is waxy and since rasberry is such a light flavor i could barely taste rasberry and all i could taste was waxy butter as if i was just eating a stick of butter.istead they should have used a vanilla bean base icing and rasberry preserves or rasberry extract.
lizzy / December 22, 2011 at 07:53 pm
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We had a cupcake party and I ordered from Life is Sweet. Those cupcakes were worth the summertime streetcar ride to the beach. Delicious! and the person I spoke to the night before I picked up was super friendly. I believe her name was Claire.
Anyway.. everyone from work was satisfied and can't wait for another cupcake party.. tasty.
The Doberman Mom / March 9, 2012 at 01:45 pm
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Prairie Girl?!
One of the biggest disappointments to the cupcake world. My mouth was very very underwhelmed.

OMG Baked Goodness?
YES YES YESSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!
oh, and they're vegan *in case that was a deal breaker for you
Nashtash / April 21, 2012 at 01:19 am
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OMG! The cake in these cup-cakes from the Flour Shoppe... Working a night shift being a nurse... we get it all but nothing has rated #1 to my taste buds...These cup cakes now have!
Samantha / May 8, 2012 at 02:05 pm
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I think www.cupcakesintoronto.com make the best I've had by far :)
MiaDiabla / June 6, 2012 at 11:01 pm
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The Cupcake Shoppe on Yonge ( just North of Eglinton) is all presentation and no substance. The choice of cake is unimaginative and limited. Taste is dry and uninspiring. The icing ( which is usually the most decadent of a cupcake and the "first impression") is lackluster to say the least ( and I'm being generous!)

If you want cupcakes that look good in pictures, this is the place to go for "reasonably priced" photo op but if you're looking for taste? Trek across the street to Metro and grab a box of 6 for 4.99.
Ginbintin replying to a comment from Nashtash / June 21, 2012 at 02:38 pm
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Yes, I agree, the best way to really figure out if a cupcake is good is to have it without any icing. Now the Flour Shoppe produces cupcakes sooooo good, that the icing is really just the cherry on the sundae. They are so moist and the best part they taste creamy, yes creamy. Not sweet and they don`t have the chemical after taste. You have got to try it. You can set the icing on the side (cause the icing is also sooo good) and try the cake by itself. It will make your taste buds dance.
Natalie / June 23, 2012 at 02:03 pm
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I can't believe Sweet Escape Patisserie in the Distillery is not on here! They have amazing cupcakes. Best buttercream I've ever had. So light and smooth, and their cupcakes are to die for. I do not say this often but they are. Their custom cupcakes are amazing too. I order gluten-free from them and though they aren't cheap ($37/dozen), they are absolutely amazing. And their vegan cupcakes are delicious too (same price for custom). Definitely recommend! I've been going there for nearly 3 years now and I've yet to be disappointed.

http://thesweetescapedistillery.com/
Tanvi Swar / August 10, 2012 at 02:51 pm
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It's super upsetting that Dessert Lady is not here. I've tried OMG and they aren't amazing, they're okay. Dessert Lady is insanely delicious, every cup cake melts in your mouth and they have great flavours. Just came out with a new Sweet corn & Bacon one I will definitely be trying. Amaze.
cupcake / August 29, 2012 at 04:24 pm
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Pretty Sweet has amazing cupcakes!!! It is a mobile food truck that sells cupcakes. They were at the CNE Food Truck Frenzy and their cupcakes were probably the best I have ever had. Moist, a good level of sweet and not overpowered by buttercream.

https://twitter.com/prettysweet_to

COSPLAY / September 26, 2012 at 10:05 pm
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Bake Sale on Kingsway and Six Points has the best red velvet cupcakes in the city!!!!
Ross / October 9, 2012 at 09:42 pm
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Dessert Lady bar far has the best cupcakes. They are so delish. My fav is the fudgy one.
Heavenly Cupcakes / October 14, 2012 at 12:01 pm
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http://www.facebook.com/heavenlycupcakestoronto
Jennsanerd replying to a comment from Natalie / October 15, 2012 at 01:46 pm
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Agreed. The Sweet Escape is fabulous. You should stop by when you're in the Distillery!

http://thesweetescapedistillery.com/
Salomon / October 15, 2012 at 02:13 pm
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Got married on the weekend and had cupcakes for our guests rather than a cake. After trying quite a few places, which was very very tough, nothing came close to Desmond and Beatrice. So good, loved by everyone. Easily should be #1 on this list.
CC / October 15, 2012 at 02:27 pm
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When is the cupcake fad going to be over?
It's the lowest common denominator when it comes to baking.

Between the amount of hamburger joints and cupcake bakeries in this city you'd think every dropout with BBQ and Easybake oven decided to open an establishment.

Franco / October 15, 2012 at 02:39 pm
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People at my work go to Prairie Girl Bakery all the time. They are addicted but I can understand why.
allison / October 15, 2012 at 03:04 pm
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I haven't tried all of the options on this list, but having done a cupcake tour of Queen East, I agree that Desmond and Beatrice and Life is Sweet are the best on that strip. Bobette and Belle have a cute shop but the cupcakes are just ok.

D&B did the cupcakes at my kid's first birthday and we got many many compliments. SO GOOD.
Ace McNugget / October 15, 2012 at 03:06 pm
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Cupcakes? Seriously? Who even cares anymore?
Gia / October 15, 2012 at 03:55 pm
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Prairie Girl? They have the worst cupcakes! Same quality as Loblaws.
Jen / October 15, 2012 at 05:00 pm
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This list couldn't be more wrong.
Angie replying to a comment from Ross / October 15, 2012 at 05:00 pm
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Dessert Lady has really bad cupcakes. They freeze them and defrost when needed. With the opening of Dlish Cupcakes in Yorkville, I can't see why anyone would continue to buy the crap Dessert Lady schleps!
chris / October 15, 2012 at 05:56 pm
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cupcakes & condos.
Ruban replying to a comment from Neets / October 15, 2012 at 06:53 pm
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I second that.

While there are only a few flavours, the mint cupcake imo is the best from the places I've been too - including Prairie Girl which I found a little disappointing.
Ruban replying to a comment from Neets / October 15, 2012 at 06:55 pm
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In reply to Neets.

Bake Sale by Bloor & Royal York (and also Six Points Plaza) has an excellent mint cupcake.
emma / October 15, 2012 at 08:13 pm
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Prairie girl IS Loblaws.
Gigi replying to a comment from Neets / October 15, 2012 at 08:57 pm
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THE BAKE SALE - Etobicoke!! they rock!
Kay / October 15, 2012 at 10:39 pm
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The only one on this list I've tried is Prairie Girl and I was not impressed.
unimpressed / October 16, 2012 at 12:01 am
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Short & Sweet got dropped from the list and Prairie Girl's unimpressive cupcakes are still on here and number 2?! They only have like 4 flavours and the most inventive is "strawberry". Please reconsider unless you're grading based on icing...
Lina / October 16, 2012 at 09:50 am
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I know this list is based on votes from BlogTo readers.... but come on. For The Love of Cake and Prairie Girl in the top 3? All I have to say is garbage, horrible tasting cupcakes. Look at the reviews on their individual reviews! So many negative posts! In my opinion, the 3 best cupcake places in Toronto are Dlish, Wedding Cake Shoppe and Cake Opera. This list is bogus and Toronto doesn't know good cupcakes.
steph / October 16, 2012 at 10:29 am
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www.facebook.com/mamaloscupcakes :)
Smoof / October 16, 2012 at 10:51 am
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Desmond & Beatrice belong up there hands down!

Though I am biased, as they catered our wedding, the choice was made after sampling many. While a lot of shops have nailed the frosting/decorative elements, I feel that D&B NAIL the often overlooked "cake" part of cupcake. Always moist and flavourful.
bazlur / October 16, 2012 at 11:28 am
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Flour Studio on Eglinton and Bathurst is hands down the best. The Fleur de Seul is such a great flavour. The cupcakes are no frills and simple but they are beautiful and delicious. They actually taste like a cupcake vs. cake in a cupcake format which is most often the case.
Mila / October 16, 2012 at 11:53 am
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I've tried cupcakes in Toronto, New York and Chicago. In Toronto the best are from Dlish and Wedding Cake Shop. They treat their cupcakes like a true pastry. For The Love of Cake and Prairie Girl are just horrible. You are better off buying cupcakes at your local grocery store.
lisa / October 16, 2012 at 12:24 pm
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For the Love of Cake has the BEST red velvet cupcakes I've ever tried. Hands down. There's something very different about them. They're not overly sweet and the cream cheese frosting is bang on.
Peter / October 16, 2012 at 01:15 pm
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The wedding cake shoppe won last poll and they should have won again.
Neil replying to a comment from Lina / October 16, 2012 at 07:10 pm
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I agree... Dlish, Cake Opera and Wedding Cake Shop have the best cupcakes. Everyone else on this list are amateurs.
casey / October 17, 2012 at 08:33 am
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I am also going to have to agree. If your looking for quality cupcakes your two places to try are Delish and The Wedding Cake Shoppe. Not sure how people consider yummy stuff, for the love of cake or Omg as even contenders as far as cupcakes go.. Im not a fan of neon, grocery store gritty cupcakes.
Bernard replying to a comment from casey / October 17, 2012 at 11:16 am
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Yummy Stuff got my vote, and still gets my vote. The best red velvet, the best 'Smores....the list goes on.
jr_mint / October 17, 2012 at 09:23 pm
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my cupcake vote also goes to Sweet Escape Patisserie in the Distillery District even though it's not on the list and should be!!! ... The Wedding Cake Shoppe also gets honorable mention for their tasty cupcakes
DG / October 18, 2012 at 09:36 pm
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Lots of great options in the city, but I say the trucks are better. Sweetness and Pretty Sweet are deelish.
LA / October 19, 2012 at 03:41 pm
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Miss Cora's Kitchen in Kensington Market has some AMAZING cupcakes!!! Sad that they aren't listed anywhere here! :(
Christine Andrews / November 1, 2012 at 04:14 pm
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Check out Simply Frosted Cupcakery, 5550 Lawrence Avenue E
Unit 5, Toronto. It is a great addition to the Port Union neighborhood. Below is a list of the flavours...

Caramelo-Butter peacan cupcake with caramel filling and banana cinnamon frosting

Lemon Drop- Lemon cupcake with lemon filling and lemon frosting

Nutty over Chocolate- chocolate cupcakes with chocolate peanut butter chunks and peanut butter frosting

Cafe Mocha-licious- chocolate cupcake with nutella filling and mocha frosting

Pretty n Pink- Vanilla or Chocolate cupcake with raspberry filling and cream cheese frosting

Oreo & Cream- Vanilla cupcake with chunks of oreo cookies and a oreo cream cheese frosting

Coconut- Vanilla cupcakes with coconut frosting topped with toasted coconut shavings

You are able to customize any order.

**Each order must be 1 dozen of the same flavour**

I highly recommend this business! Great customer service and delicious cupcakes! The prices are VERY reasonable too!

http://simplyfrosted.ca/
simplyfrostedcupcakes@gmail.com
Supply Chain Recruitment / November 12, 2012 at 09:41 pm
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The cupcakes were excellent! We loved them and our other friends asked for your website info.
Bethany / November 24, 2012 at 11:05 pm
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I tried Prairie Girl cupcakes and they were really bad. They should not be listed.
Marie louise / November 30, 2012 at 05:22 am
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In english :

Hi, I am fan about cupcakes, i would like have a lot of new ideas !! i visit packnblo : www.packnblog.com, they are à lot of nice idea like here ;

see u


In french :

Super idée ;)
je trouve que les cupcakes se font un place de plus en plus importante dans les cérémonies, anniversaires...
Il y a même des sociétés qui proposes des "wedding cupcakes" 8 alors pour ou contre ? moi je n'ai pas trop d'avis, pourquoi pas si les produits sont nobles...
j'en ai trouvé d’intéressant sur packnblog : http://www.packnblog.com/
Si vous avez de nouvelles idées pour les cupcakes , je suis preneuse ! parce que fan de cupcakes !

A bientôt Marie Louise
Angie replying to a comment from bazlur / January 31, 2013 at 12:37 am
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Flour Studio IS amazing and my favourite! They care about the way their cupcake tastes and doesn't use cute deco to cover anything up. The cake is a perfect mixture of density, moistness and flavour. You can tell they use quality ingredients - the flavours are rich but never too sweet. It's perfect!
Jackie replying to a comment from Angie / January 31, 2013 at 10:38 pm
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This is to Angie - Hmmm I smell a competitor, it is so obvious that you feel the need to write something negative about another company. I know for a fact that Dessert Lady does not freeze their cupcakes. They bake their cupcakes fresh from scratch everyday. It is not polite to make up stories that are not factual, ask any staff member if they make their cupcakes everyday.
Adam / January 31, 2013 at 10:42 pm
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I had cupcakes from The Love of Cake and they were dry and tasted stale. I will never order cupcakes from them again.
truly disappointed - Adam F
Gira / March 19, 2013 at 04:41 am
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Visit : http://www.torontocakery.com/ .. Order Online .. & Have your sweets delivered to you !!
Maja / April 11, 2013 at 12:28 pm
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If anyone wants to venture out of Toronto, the Boutique Baker in Cambridge offers amazing cupcakes & cakes.
Boutique Baker / April 16, 2013 at 10:52 pm
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Take a look at www.boutiquebaker.com

Amazing Cakes and Cupcakes in Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo, and Guelph area.
torontodude / April 30, 2013 at 07:50 pm
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on my way to the passport office on Victoria, i happened by Prairie Girl so picked up a 12 pack of minis. certainly abit pricey at $22 but worth every penny! wow! am used to the dufflet cupcakes at loblaws-maple leaf gardens which are abit tasteless but these...i've never had such amazingly flavoured cupcakes and icing. usually icing is just a bunch of sugary gloop, here they pay attention to it too and give it the full flavour treatment. run don't walk to Prairie Girl and i think it says in this article that they have 2 locations so will try the other one next. trust me on this one
jean / July 23, 2013 at 11:39 pm
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East of Toronto has a nice minimalistic cupcake shop that offers simply addicting flavours.."So Into Cupcakes"....
Check it out. It's worth the drive to Scarborough.
Vito / September 8, 2013 at 12:08 pm
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Hello,

My daughter loves cupcakes and for her 16th birthday I am trying to find a bakery/restaurant where 20 of them can have cupcakes and drinks at their location.

Any suggestions would be great. Hoping somewhere in Toronto.
Latanya / November 25, 2013 at 08:37 pm
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Hi there, just wanted to tell you, I liked this post. It was funny.
Keep on posting!
Sammy / December 5, 2013 at 12:32 pm
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Found a cool cupcake competition for what are, IMO the best cupcakes in Toronto :) Cupcakes in a jar, cute, clever and delish!

http://signup.parkbench.com/yummytummy/
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NavT replying to a comment from Lexy / January 13, 2014 at 09:55 am
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Totally agree! Flour studio has really good cupcakes. I liked them so much that I even ordered my wedding cake from there.
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MaryJo / March 15, 2014 at 12:52 pm
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The best cupcakes in the world are now in Toronto @ Cupcakes-Leaside, 85 Laird Dr. Wasn't great before but they have really changed, can't wait to go back
megr / April 23, 2014 at 03:55 am
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I tried dlish cupcakes this Easter weekend, and they were great. So good. Especially the red velvet w.
Mj Sachuk / July 1, 2014 at 01:04 pm
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Design Me a Cupcake has the best tasting chocolate, coconut, carrot and vanilla cake I have ever tasted. These cakes are really very moist. This lady also coats her fondant covered cakes in chocolate ganache that is to die for. The price is well worth the cake ... Not to mention she actually cares what they look like too. I would definitely recommend this business.
Mickie / October 1, 2014 at 08:26 am
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Check out http://www.bakersmancupcakery.com/ for beautifully crafted Gluten Free Vegan cupcakes!
siavash / October 8, 2014 at 08:39 pm
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I think cutiepiecupcakes deserves to be in top 10, the only problem is that the don't have a store, their bakery is located in liberty village, you can order and it'll be ready to pick up really fast, they do custom shapes and makes for weddings, corporate ceremonies and themed parties, heavenly delicious, look them up! I found them on instagram @cutiepiecupcakes

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