The top 20 ice cream sandwiches in Toronto by neighbourhood
Ice cream sandwiches in Toronto make the perfect summer treat, and lucky for us, the city has loads of places that make them. From your basic cookie sandwiches to more creative offerings, chances are there's an ice cream sandwich out there with your name on it.
Here's where to get ice cream sandwiches in Toronto by neighbourhood.
Ed's Real Scoop sells ice cream sandwiches in a variety of flavours, including butter pecan and rum raisin. The cookies used are also made from scratch.
Part bakeshop, part ice cream parlour, Bakerbots churns out house-made ice cream sandwiches on freshly baked cookies in unique flavours ranging from dulce de leche to London fog.
Macarons and ice cream are match made in heaven at Dainties Macaron. Macaron sandwiches are served up in Korean-style flavours like injeolmi and jasmine tea.
Ice cream cones aren't the only things that can be dipped at La Diperie. Opt for a cookie ice cream sandwich and then dip it.
Sweet Escape Patisserie takes their scratch-made ice cream and scoops it onto their fresh baked cookies. They have tons of options including gluten-free and vegan too.
Beyond being a joint for epic slices of pizza inside The Fourth Man in the Fire is also a spot for baked goods. Inside you'll discover Harry & Heels Donuts which are cranking out out-of-this-world donuts that can be made into ice cream sandwiches.
Lickadee Split is the quintessential mom-and-pop ice cream shop that boasts a menu of classic summer treats, including ice cream sandwiches.
Sweet Jesus is not just a destination for tricked-out cones. They're also doing brownie sliders that feature chocolate soft serve, cookie crumbs, chocolate sauce and caramel sauce.
The Loop Creamery is a shop specializing in frozen custard treats made from scratch. Among their sandwich offerings, you can go the cookie or donut route.
Family-run patisserie, boulangerie and chocolaterie Gouter makes ice cream sandwiches using their house-made cookies with vanilla ice cream.
Grandmama's Waffles serves a range of colourful waffles with Asian-inspired flavours. They also serve them with slabs of ice cream in the middle making for the ultimate summertime treat.
The Big Chill may not have been around as long as some other ice cream institutions in Toronto, but it's a neighbourhood mainstay. Skip the banana split on your next visit and go for the ice cream sandwich, which is filled with whatever choice of ice cream you want.
A visit to Creamery X is not complete without getting one of their tasty ice cream squares. It's available in flavours like Chocolate Overload or if you're looking for something vegan opt for their Luxe Oatmeal-Coconut.
You may have to wait in line at Bang Bang but it will be worth it for their made-from-scratch ice cream sandwiches, crafted using cookies, cinnamon buns, macarons and puffs. Yum!
Not only is Craig's Cookies home to some of Toronto's most decadent cookies, but during the summer they're filling them with ice cream.
Lamanna's Bakery is easily one of the most authentic Italian bakeries the city has to offer. In terms of ice cream sandwiches, they're doing scoops between brioche buns and cookies.
Booyah offers ice cream sandwiches in two sizes (full or half). All are fully customizable with a variety of freshly baked cookies and a scoop of ice cream.
Come the warmer months Nadege Patisserie begins to serve delectable ice cream offerings. This includes their ice cream cookie sandwich, which features chocolate and vanilla ice cream with caramel sauce sandwiched between two of their signature hazelnut chocolate cookies.
The Burger's Priest here steps outside the box with their Vatican on Ice, which is vanilla ice cream between two buttery grilled cheese sandwiches.
Summer's Ice Cream's cookie ice cream sandwiches get rimmed with goodies like nuts and sprinkles.
Fareen Karim at Dainties Macaron
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