cheesecake on a stick toronto

You can now eat cheesecake on a stick in Toronto

Toronto food trucks are continuing to bring the city some of the most innovative culinary offerings around. Eva's Original Chimney's introduced the doughnut cone, SUSHITTO On the Road kicked off the sushi burrito trend, and now farm-to-table food truck Heirloom is bringing us the next big thing.

Starting today, Heirloom will be offering up a new snack, cheesecake on a stick. However, this isn't your average cheesecake. They are introducing four epic creations to their menu.

  • Coconut cream pie with caramel
  • PB & J with organic peanut butter and homemade jam
  • The Elvis Presley with peanut butter and a torched banana
  • The ball park with caramel popcorn and salted pretzels

These morsels of deliciousness will be available at their truck at the Royal Winter Fair from November 4 to 13. Can't make it? Don't fret the truck will also be stationed at Evergreen Brickworks and Nathan Phillips Square this winter.

They also will be on the menu at their brand new bricks and mortar location opening early April 2017 in Toronto's west side.

Photo via Heirloom.


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