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5 must-try ice cream sandwiches in Toronto

Summer sixteen has truly been the summer of frozen treats. Among the crazy creations to indulge in this summer are number of ice cream sandwiches. Many of Toronto's top eateries, food trucks and ice cream purveyors are taking their frozen sandwiches to the next level with out of this world toppings and ingredients.

Here are my picks of where to go for some must-try ice cream sandwiches in Toronto.

Bake Shoppe
This Little Italy bakery is taking their homemade pop tarts to the next level by sandwiching some ice cream in the middle. Choose your pop tart, choose your ice cream and dig in.

Kanto by Tito Flips

Kanto by Tita Flips
This stand at Markert 707 on Dundas West is now dishing out a new special, ube ice cream sandwiches. Freshly baked pandesal buns get topped with ube ice cream and rice crispies.

Bake Three Fifty

Bake Three Fifty
This Toronto food truck is a bakery on wheels. Among the baked good offerings is their customizable ice cream sandwiches. Select your cookie and ice cream and load it up with toppings ranging from cookie dough to gummy bears.

Millie Patisserie Toronto

Millie Patisserie & Creamery
French-inspired pastries with Asian flavours are the star at this King West shop. Among the tasty desserts is their cream puff sandwiches which get filled with your choice of gelato.

The Dirty Bird Toronto

The Dirty Bird
Chicken and waffles ain't the only thing on the menu here. This fried chicken spot also serves up waffle ice cream sandwiches which are loaded with everything from peanut butter and jelly to sweet potato ice cream and candied pecans.

What did I miss? Add your favourite ice cream sandwich in the comments.

Photos by Hector Vasquez and Jesse Milns.


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