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The Best Macarons in Toronto

The best macarons in Toronto are a feat of engineering as much as they are cute and delicious little cookie-like French confections. Light as a feather, these almond-based meringues sandwich buttercream, jam or ganache in flavours that burst with vibrancy.

Here are the best macarons in Toronto.


Nadege Patisserie PATH
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Nadege Patisserie PATH

This patisserie has multiple locations that sell macarons in seasonally changing flavours that might include hazelnut praline, candy cane and salted caramel. Other options might be cassis, champagne, blueberry vanilla, whisky chocolate, or cotton candy.

Bobbette & Belle on Yonge
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Bobbette & Belle on Yonge

Locations in Leslieville and near Yonge and Lawrence specialize in making macaron towers with flavours that include peach bellini, espresso, s'mores, lemon meringue, earl grey and even salted caramel.


DaanGo Cake Lab
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DaanGo Cake Lab

If you're in search of macarons that are not only super tasty but also look like your favourite cartoon characters, look no further than this Scarborough bakery on Midland Ave. that does Asian-inspired flavours including pandan coconut, milk tea, Vietnamese coffee and black sesame.

Delysees
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Delysees

Custom-structured boxes of macarons from both the Ossington and Yorkville locations of this dessert shop are breathtaking, and usually include flavours like salted caramel, birthday cake and champagne.


Patisserie 27
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Patisserie 27

Baby Point is home to this patisserie that has perfected the classic macaron flavours including raspberry, lemon, chocolate and caramel.


mon K Patisserie
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mon K Patisserie

Japanese and French influences mingle at this East York bakery, so the macarons here come in flavours including matcha and yuzu, as well as earl grey and chocolate.

Nord Lyon
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Nord Lyon

Classic macaron flavours like lemon, strawberry and pistachio are available from this Queen West bakery. The meringue-based confections are as pretty as they are rich.


La Bamboche
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La Bamboche

This bakery up at Avenue and Lawrence is known for its macarons with Japanese-inspired flavours such as black sesame, matcha and yuzu as well as mango, espresso, lavender, blueberry and pineapple coconut options.

Rois Cream
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Rois Cream

This Junction spot regularly changes the flavours of its over-the-top decorated macarons which could include mint mocha, creme brulee, Nutella banana, matcha chocolate and caramel royal milk tea.  

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La Bamboche for La Bamboche. All other photos by blogTO. 


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