Junked Food Co soft serve Toronto

There's now another place for epic soft serve in Toronto

Toronto restaurants and eateries are all trying to whip up the dessert of the summer by creating gluttonous, Instagram-worthy treats. The latest offerings come from Junked Food Co., which is jumping on the soft-serve bandwagon to dole out crazily adorned vanilla cones ($5.95-$6.95 each) that resemble some sort of Willy Wonka-esque fever dream.

Here's what you can find on Junked Food Co.'s soft serve menu.

Junked Food Co soft serve Toronto

The Talk Nerdy To Me if you're in need of sugar rush, grab one of these with Nerds, blue raspberry-flavoured gummies and candy-coated marshmallows.

Junked Food Co soft serve Toronto

If you skipped breakfast, you can pick up The Cereal Killer, which includes Lucky Charms, Froot Loops and butterscotch drizzle.

Junked Food Co soft serve Toronto

Junked Food Co.'s take on a PB&J is The Peanut Butter and Sooo Jelly cone with Swedish Berries, Swedish Berry jelly, crushed banana chips, toasted marshmallows and peanut butter drizzle.

Junked Food Co soft serve Toronto

The Jumbo Junkie, which features a secret combination of candy, chocolate and sauce.

Junked Food Co soft serve Toronto

The Smoreo comes with a smorgasbord of toppings, like crushed Oreos, white and dark chocolate chips, toasted marshmallows and Belgian waffles pieces. Watch how it's made below.

Photos by Jesse Milns.


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