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5 places to grab Thanksgiving treats in Edmonton this year

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Howdy folks! With Thanksgiving right around the corner, you might be wondering what kind of treats are around Edmonton this year. Well you’re in luck, because we were thinking the exact same thing, and did some digging to find the best options

Here are 5 places to grab Thanksgiving treats in Edmonton.

Bon Ton Bakery

We’re starting things off with the classic options. Bon Ton Bakery has been an Edmonton staple for decades now, and with good reason. Whether you’re going after their pumpkin pie, or are feeling more of a berry or apple option, they’ve got you covered.

Where: 8720 – 149 Street

Sugared & Spice

This spot in Old Strathcona specializes in eye-popping cake creations. But, they’ve got another treat up their sleeves- individual cheesecakes. And yup, you guessed it, their October flavours include a Chocolate Caramel pecan and pumpkin option.

Where: 10334 82nd Avenue

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La Boule Bakery

Maybe pumpkin-flavoured treats aren’t really your thing. Hey, no problem, there are still tons of great treats around the city. One place to look for substitutions? La Boule, which focuses on French goods. If you’re doing a big brunch, then don’t pass up on the kouign amann.

Where: 8020 101 Street NW

Kind Ice Cream

Yup, ice cream doesn’t just disappear come fall. In fact, we’ve enjoyed a few scoops on a cold night, just while watching Netflix or something. Skip the grocery store varieties, and go pick up a pint of Kind’s pumpkin spice latte flavour.

Where: 9551 76 Avenue

SYC Brewing

Yup, we’re capping things off with an adult option. After poking our heads around, we settled on SYC Brewing’s new Kreature autumn ale. Made with sweet potato and roasted fenugreek, the fall flavours will have you thinking it’s a cornucopia in a can.

Where: 11239 180 Street NW

And that’s our list of 5 places to get some Thanksgiving treats in Edmonton this year! We hope that you enjoy these delicious delights, folks!