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There's a huge bakers market in Toronto this month

One of the city's best and biggest dessert markets is expanding this month, and our sweet tooth couldn't be happier. The Toronto Bakers Market, which regularly happens on the east side is launching its first west end market this month, and it's not your traditional church basement, nona-style bake sale.

It's a bit younger, more innovative, and aims to shine a spotlight on new and popular local vendors. It all goes down on Sunday October 16 at the Great Hall.

You'll find treats such as baked bread and cookies, savoury empanadas, custom cakes and macarons, ice cream, gluten-free/guilt-free treats, donuts and a lot more from vendors like Golden Crumb Cookies, All Mine Caramel, Dessertique, Mnandi Pies, Cakelaine and loads more.

The market runs from 11a.m. to 4p.m. and is their first venture into the west. Perfect timing for hibernation season snacks. If you miss the west side event, you can head to the one in the east on October 30 at the Ralph Thornton Centre (765 Queen St. East).

Image from the Donut Monster Instagram page.


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