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10 cupcake shops without a retail location in Toronto

These cupcake purveyors may not have bricks and mortar locations, but they can deliver on all your sweet dreams no matter if you desire 500 cupcakes, a DIY cupcake party, custom flavours, or a show-stopping tower of frosting and cake that fits in with the decor of your wedding.

Here are my picks for the top ten cupcake shops without a retail location in Toronto.

See also: The Best Cupcakes in Toronto

CutiePie Cupcakes & Co.
This studio on Richmond deals exclusively in pickup and delivery orders, so you'll have to order your cupcakes en masse. Select from whimsical flavours like cotton candy, crème brûlée, and sweet and salty caramel-pretzel, or, customize any combination of cake, buttercream and topping. Two dozen sells for $78 while 30 mini starts at $45.

Sullivan & Bleeker Baking Co.
By appointment only, this commercial bakery in Vaughan is happy to have orders picked up or delivered. Priced at $36 per dozen, or $3 each, choose from 14 flavours that range from classic vanilla to s'mores, banana caramel maple, confetti birthday cake and salted caramel.

Nina's Cupcakes
Operating out of bakery at Kennedy and Eglinton, Nina sells cupcakes in an assortment of classic flavours such as red velvet, chocolate, vanilla, green tea, lemon and carrot. Minimum orders are a dozen regular cupcakes or two dozen minis for $35.

Opulent Cake Co.
This cake company will happily accommodate orders for a dozen cupcakes, but they also do spectacular cupcake towers for weddings adorned in edible sugar decorations. Prices range from $2.85 to $7 per cupcake and can be had in a choice of a dozen flavours including standouts like hazelnut milk chocolate, pumpkin spice, and dark chocolate frosted banana cake.

The Purple Cupcake
Confectionery artist Jyoti Nanra takes commissions for all sorts of individual sized sweets including tiny cakes, cookies, and of course, cupcakes. Finished with edible gold leaf atop luscious swirls of frosting, these cupcakes are baked in gold foil cups and come in virtually any flavour.

Curbside Bliss Cupcakes
This mobile cupcake shop on wheels does sporadic public services, but can roll up to your next party and drop off deliveries. The menu of gourmet cupcakes includes almost 3 dozen flavours ranging from favourites like cookies and cream, Fluffernutter, and s'mores to Guinness beer and candied bacon topped versions.

Sugar Baking
Cupcakes, showstopping cupcake towers, and even all the supplies for decorate-it-yourself cupcake parties are available from this GTA baking operation. Prices range from $25 to $30 per dozen for sweet frosted creations in flavours like red velvet, dulce de leche, piña colada and more.

Eat My Words
Blossom-topped cupcakes are boxed for delivery ten at a time ($69) or a dozen minis for $33. Each order includes an assortment of four signature flavours; Belgium chocolate, vanilla lemon, vanilla raspberry, carrot cranberry.

Victoria's Sweet Creations Catering
This GTA-based baker is known for home-baking at high volumes and affordable prices. Catering orders can opt for mini ($1.50 each) and standard sized cupcakes ($2.25 each) in flavours like chcocolate, vanilla, coconut and red velvet.

Cocoa Fancy
Based in Thornhill, Cocoa Fancy offers a wide range of party services including, sweet tables and high tea catering. Standard sized cupcakes cost $3 (minimum 12), while minis sell for $2 (minimum 24) and come in a choice of fun, innovate flavours including apple blackberry, strawberry & champagne, and banana chocolate toffee.

What did I miss? Let us know about your favourite cupcake caterers in the comments. Lead photo from Sullivan & Bleeker Baking Co.

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