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The Best Pies in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / August 10, 2016

pies torontoThe best pies in Toronto are a flaky bunch. While some uphold traditional techniques that would make Grandma proud, others have taken classic flavours to the next level with creative and even boozy additions.

Here are the best pies in Toronto.

Wanda's Pie in the Sky

Wanda's Pie in the Sky

Kensington Market's pie specialist displays a slew of pies with buttery, flaky crusts and seasonal selections such as peach, cherry and pumpkin pie. There are also classics like key lime pie topped with peaks of meringue. More »

Mabel's Bakery

Mabel's Bakery

Mabel’s offers up a selection of home-style baked goods. When it comes to pies, expect an ever changing lineup in store that’s been known to include everything from sour cherry to coconut cream. More »

Bakerbots

Bakerbots

Double-crusted apple pies are a staple at this bakery tucked away just north of Bloor near Ossington station. Seasonal features also make an appearance, like pumpkin pie around Thanksgiving. More »

Phipps Bakery Cafe

Phipps Bakery Cafe

Summer berries peak through lattice crusts at this Eglinton West bakery. In addition to fruity favourites, this place also makes a mean chocolate pecan pie and a decadent key lime-white chocolate mousse pie. More »

The Rolling Pin

The Rolling Pin

The pies at this whimsical midtown bakeshop are absolutely epic. Signature creations include a deep dish s’mores pie crowned with peaks of toasted marshmallow as well as a PB&J pie, a Mississippi mud pie, and a cookie dough pie. More »

Kensington Natural Bakery

Kensington Natural Bakery

This old-school bakery on Bloor is home to a variety of traditional fruit pies. The selection often includes flavours like peach, pecan and cranberry, as well as a range of vegan, gluten-free and refined sugar-free versions. More »

More Than Pies

More Than Pies

This bakery in Etobicoke might be selling itself short with its name. Regardless, do not ignore the buttery crusts filled with fresh, seasonal fruit, coconut cream, pecans and pumpkin at this west end store. More »

Hansen's Danish Pastry

Hansen's Danish Pastry

This shop in Pape Village takes a traditional European approach to its fruit and cream pies. Made daily with lots of love, these beauties boast flaky crusts piled high with various fruit fillings. More »

Dundas Park Kitchen

Dundas Park Kitchen

This family-run lunch counter does a brisk baked goods business. The scent of pastries in the oven wafts down the street and might just beckon you inside, where you’ll find rotating options like strawberry-rhubarb, sour cherry and s’mores pies on display. More »

Dough Bakeshop

Dough Bakeshop

This pastry shop on the Danforth is an excellent source for seasonal pies. Apple-almond-raspberry, strawberry rhubarb, lemon meringue and minced meat are just some of the pies in this bakery’s repertoire. More »

Golden Cafe

Golden Cafe

Operating out of a converted uniform factory near Roncesvalles Village, this bakery serves up pies in a tempting array of flavours, including apple bourbon, blueberry, key lime and sour cherry. Advance ordering is recommended. More »

Sweet Seduction

Sweet Seduction

This bakeshop in The Beach(es) packs its pies with fresh fruit and applies dough braids as decoration on top. Also look forward to novelties like the peanut butter pie with a chocolate crust and two-bite cherry chocolate pie pops. More »

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