The best Toronto Bakery should serve up the freshest bread, cakes, and other sweet treats, as well delicious drinks that will hit the spot. As the most diverse and populated city in Canada, it’s no surprise that the city boasts some of the best spots for java and baked goods. Anyone who knows me, knows I have the worst possible sweet tooth in all of Toronto. This means my loyalty to a particular bakery is somewhat jaded. As long as youl sell cookies, cakes, cupcakes and bread I’m pretty much yours. All that being said there is one place in all of Toronto that amongst other delicious products does one thing that I have not yet seen anywhere else in Toronto and thats Homemade Pop Tarts. I first heard about this baked goodness from a politician I was interviewing for another project and was so intrigued I traveled to the bakery OMG Baked Goods to see how it was done.

OMG Baked Goodness

OMG Baked Goodness

HOURS:
Monday-Saturday: 10am-7pm
Sunday: 10am-5pm

CONTACT
1561 Dundas Street West
Toronto, ON
Tel: 647-348-5664
info@omgbakedgoodness.com

OMG Baked Goodness is a sweet and savoury bake shop here in Toronto, Ontario. Not only are they a retail shop they are a wholesale provider of baked goods to the city’s best cafes and restaurants. Aside from the Homemade Pop Tarts, they are well known for there Vegan Chocolate Cupcakes, Herb and Garlic Focaccia (rated #1 by Toronto Life), and offer a whole range of speciality products for both vegan and gluten free diets in addition to our menu for more traditional tastes.
As the sweet smell of bread fills the air, I got the know the owner Leslie Mattina. I have never met a person who is so filled with passion when discussing food or the process of making her products.

Aside from OMG Baked Goodness here are some other wonderful Bakeries in the Toronto area:

Phipps Bakery Café, located on Eglington Avenue, offers up comfort food, coffee beverages, and a variety of bakery goods six days a week. Whether you want to dine in and grab a bite to eat, or take some of their delicious treats to go, you can bet on this quality café that has been serving the city for nearly 30 years.

Bakery & Kaffee Haus on Queen Street West serves up a variety of food and drinks made from European recipes. It has been consistently voted as the best European bakery in Toronto, so if you’re seeking authentic foods made from organic ingredients, this is the best place to visit.

Maman is a French café featuring recipes from the South of France. They also have another location in SoHo, NYC, but Canadians can visit this location in Toronto’s Financial District for brunch, coffee, and baked goods.

The next time you’re looking for a place to relax with a warm drink and fresh baked goods in Ontario, be sure to stop by these popular hotspots. From espresso to artisan bread to cupcakes to brunch, you’ll find it all in Toronto’s best bakery cafes.

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