The 8 best bakeries in Toronto where you can get the most decadent Easter treats

We’re just a (bunny) hop, skip and a jump away from Easter on Sunday, March 31, and bakeries across the city are offering the most delicious and decadent desserts to round out your holiday celebrations.

Here are the eight best bakeries to indulge in a sweet treat this Easter weekend.



At the French patisserie Goûter, chocolate lovers are invited to indulge in a smorgasbord of delicious Easter treats. Goodies abound, from chocolate bunnies to sugar cookies and hazelnut cake, along with the irresistible Cadbury egg stuffed croissants. Every visitor is sure to leave feeling hoppy and satisfied!

Circles & Squares Bakery


At Circles & Squares, an assortment of Mini Egg treats including cupcakes, crookies and cakes, alongside traditional favourites like hot cross buns and their famous butter tarts are on offer.

Good Behaviour

If  gooey cakes and scrumptious pastries aren’t really your thing, then the ice cream from Good Behaviour just might satiate that Easter craving.  Their carrot cake ice cream is infused with a spiced base, bits of carrot cake, pecans and a dash of cream cheese. Pints can be purchased in-store.

The Night Baker


Easter is in full swing at soft and chewy cookie emporium The Night Baker. A new lineup of festive cookies include Reester Eggs, Carrot Cake and White Rabbit. There’s also Easter Surprise! a Ferraro egg-filled butter cookie. You can place your order online now. 405 Danforth Ave. 825 College St.


When it comes to Easter desserts, Nadège Patisserie means business. Their extensive menu includes Easter and spring-themed cakes like the adorable Easter Bunny cake, featuring layers of rich dark chocolate biscuit, creamy milk chocolate mousse, tangy raspberry crème brûlée and light milk mousse. And would Easter even be complete without the addition of decadent chocolate? On the menu you’ll find adorable chocolate chicks and unicorns as well as colourful eggs.

Bobbette & Belle

Hop right over to Bobbette & Belle and let them help you celebrate the holidays with their picturesque Easter treats.  This year they are featuring two stunning hand-piped Easter garden cakes, pastel bunny sugar cookies white and chocolate bark, Easter-themed piped meringues and more!

Patisserie La Cigogne

Traditional French desserts, like croquembouches, pastries, breads and chocolate, have earned La Cigogne a devoted clientele and they continue to up their game with a selection of beautiful hand-crafted Easter chocolates including white and milk chocolate bunnies, chicks and even adorable chapeau wearing ducks.

The Rolling Pin

North York’s favourite neighbourhood doughnut shop, The Rolling Pin, has rolled out an exciting Easter-themed menu that includes cakes, pies, croissants and cookies that are sure to please even the most picky of palettes. If you’re a Mini Egg fan you’re in luck! You’ll have the difficult task of choosing between the Mini Egg cake, fudge brownie, cheesecake pie or cookies… or you can order one of each!

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