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Guide: Best food at the Toronto Xmas Market

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The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear. But the 2nd best way to spread cheer is definitely by eating festive food, so we’ve compiled a list of the top 8 eats from the Toronto Xmas Market! You’re welcome.

Wafelbar’s White Christmas Wafel Bites

These things are seriously decked out. They’re coated in cinnamon sugar and topped with white chocolate fudge, crushed candy cane, a genderless gingerbread figure (we don’t make assumptions), whipped cream, a white chocolate cheesecake square, and a Lindor truffle… basically, it’s a holiday explosion in a cup.


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Stickling’s Bakery’s Rum & Marzipan Stollen

Does hand-baked German fruit and nut loaf sound good to you? What about festive spices and rum-soaked raisins? We thought so. Hit up Stickling’s near the Heart of Christmas to get yours!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Kozlik’s Mustard’s BBQ’d Goods

Forget chestnuts over an open fire– we’ll take Bratwurst, Farmer’s Sausage, All Beef Hot Dog, Hungarian Sausage, Thick Cut Bacon, Smoked 10oz. Pork Chops, and buttery corn all grilled over an open coal BBQ. Thanks Santa!

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Holey Dough’s Doughnuts

Who cares about staying on the Nice List when you’ve got some devilishly delicious mini doughnuts to be eating? Hit up Holey Dough for bacon and maple and S’mores flavours that’ll blow your mind.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Eva’s OG Chimneys’ Gingerbread S’mores Chimney Cake

If the name of this thing didn’t already convince you to eat it, we’ll list off the mouthwatering ingredients. Gingerbread crumble. Torched marshmallow. Chocolate chips. You drooling yet?

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Tornado Potato’s Potato Pancakes

An outdoor market tradition, these German skewers are served with applesauce and sour cream. It’s one of the only times it’s acceptable to eat a whole potato in under 5 seconds, so you’d better take advantage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Beekeeper’s Naturals’ Honey

The holiday season can have you feeling all out of whack, but superfoods from the hive can help! Grab some honey for your honey (or just for yourself, we don’t judge).

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The Market’s French Canadian Poutine

It’s not a Canadian holiday without classic Quebec-style poutine, so hit up the fry shack to grab some cheese curds, gravy, and thick cut potatoes. Add some Smoked Beef Brisket for a little extra kick!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Happy holiday eating, Toronto!

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