When looking for suggestions on where to find the best cupcakes in Toronto, there are plenty of terrific bakeries that come up. The Rolling Pin, Sweet Flour Bake Shop, The Grand Order of Divine Sweets, Electric Love and Bobbette & Belle are just a few of the delicious choices. Almond Butterfly is an excellent gluten-free cupcake option, and Butter Avenue at Queen and Spadina was a popular spot until it closed in 2020. For me, the cupcakes at Bake Sale are completely irresistible.
My love for Bake Sale cupcakes goes back to my little man’s second birthday party, which had a party like a rock star theme.
The icing is just as important, if not more so, than the cake part for me. And there is something about Bake Sale icing that is just perfect. Especially the chocolate mint flavour which is topped with mint buttercream icing and a Junior Mint.
The lemon cupcake is also divine, with it’s swirl of lemon buttercream and sprinkling of yellow sparkling sugar. There’s also salted caramel, red velvet, vanilla, Nutella, Oreo… all handmade from scratch every morning using the best ingredients. They even make their own caramel sauce by hand with sugar and sea salt.
Bake Sale also makes beautiful macarons, gingerbread, and seasonal treats like Valentine’s Day shortbread and sugar cookies. Their mini cupcakes are back which are my favourite, because you can enjoy more flavours in one box.
Bake Sale has three locations in Toronto: Six Points Plaza, 5230 Dundas Street West, 416-792-6167. The Kingsway, 3076 Bloor Street West, 416-232-2253. Bloor West Village, 2300 Bloor Street West, 416-763-1818.
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