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The top 10 vegan soft serve ice cream in Toronto

Vegan soft serve in Toronto has become a trend everyone is getting on board with, rather than just an experimental one-off occasionally gracing the menus of only the most artisanal ice cream shops in town. Now we even have whole places dedicated to it, so there's no need for plant eaters to miss out on summertime nostalgia. 

Here's where to get vegan soft serve in Toronto.

Fearless Meat

Paradoxically, this shrine to meat in the Upper Beaches does a mean Dole Whip to go along with one of their killer cheeseburgers.


This popular bakery with multiple locations including one in the Junction does oat milk soft serve to go along with their pies, cookies and croissants.


This smoothie bar with multiple locations is changing the vegan soft serve game with their creation made out of juice, nuts, veggies and beans.


Toronto is home to an exclusive vegan mango flavour of soft serve from this NYC-based ice cream chain with a location near Bay and Dundas. 


Oat milk soft serve is available at the Kensington Market and Dundas West locations of this vegan and gluten-free bakery.

Hype Food Co.

Dole Whip is available in Leslieville from this allergen-friendly restaurant.

The Fix

This ice cream bar near Harbourfront Centre does vegan soft serve creations such as their Like a Sir with vegan peanut butter soft serve and a moustache garnish. 

Simple Kitchen 

Dairy-free soft serve made with almonds, dates and sea salt as well as keto-friendly soft serve made with cacao, monk fruit and coconut are both available from this Roncesvalles restaurant. They even have paleo granola, keto chocolate sauce and coconut whip toppings.

Not Your Mother

Tricked-out vegan soft serve is available in cups or bubble waffle cones and given wacky garnishes like rainbow popcorn and Wow Butter at this Parkdale parlour.


This place near Yonge and Sheppard is where to go for nutritious plant-based soft serve. Over a dozen flavours are based off ingredients like banana, strawberries, natural peanut butter and raw cashews.

Lead photo by

Fareen Karim at Fearless Meat

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