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10 festive treats to snack on this holiday season in Toronto

Holiday treats available in Toronto this season will keep you coasting through Christmas on a sugar high. Whether you're looking to spruce up your sweet table or need something to bring to a holiday party, these desserts are sure to satisfy and impress.

Here are my picks for 10 holiday treats to snack on in Toronto this holiday season.

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Santa rap cookies

Order these cookies from Bake Shoppe and treat yourself, and everyone around you, to a hip hop holiday.

Vegan shortbread cookies

If you think Apiecalypse Now! only makes pizza, you're wrong. This vegan spot also makes doughnuts and festive shortbread cookies.

Rumnog Doughnuts

Rum and eggnog go together like peanut butter and jelly, especially when they mix and mingle in one of SanRemo Bakery's famous doughnuts.

Candy Cane Mint Chocolate Crepe Cake

These light-as-air cakes get a festive twist this holiday season. Pick up a slice at Millie Patisserie & Creamery.

Cinnamon Buns

Make your whole house feek all cozy and warm with freshly baked cinnamon buns from Rosen's. You can even order the Chrismukkah special topped with gelt!

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Chocolate reindeer

These adorable red-nosed chocolate reindeers are available at all four Nadege locations.

Eggnog Macarons

These macarons from Bobbette & Belle are sparkly enough to keep on hand until New Year's Eve.

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Santa Choux

This Santa-shaped choux à la crème from Butter Avenue comes stuffed with speculoos cream, you know, cookie butter.

Büche de Noël

These festive-looking Yule logs from the Tempered Room feature pistachio mousse, hazelnut marzipan, raspberry jam and chocolate cake.

A Gingerbread House

The Rolling Pin might be most famous for its dougnuts, but it also makes lots of other treats, including gingerbread. Pre-order a gourmet gingerbread house kit for some DIY holiday fun.

Know of other festive treats on offer in Toronto this year? Let us know in the comments.

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