Best apple pie in Toronto

During apple season in Ontario, bakeries across the province pull out the flour, sugar and butter and start making their famous apple pies. Toronto’s bakeries have their recipes down to a science, offering different fruit mixtures, hand held pies and crumbles. Here are the best apple pies in Toronto.[Photo courtesy of Phipps Bakery]

Wanda's Pie In The Sky

287 Augusta Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2M2

The place to go for pies in Toronto, Wanda’s Pie in the Sky offers nine types of apple pie! The traditional ones include Rustic Apple, Covered Apple, Apple Crumble and fruit fusion concoctions that are drool worthy. Wanda’s also offers international options like Dutch Apple, an apple pie that has sweet apples, cinnamon and sour cream covered with a brown sugar crumble.

Bobbette & Belle

3347 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4N 2M6

Bobbette & Belle may be the cutest bakery in town! While the décor is adorable, the baked goods are what its reputation was built on. This year, as a part of the fall menu, you can try the Apple Crumble. The classic pie starts with a buttery short crust, which is then filled with crisp tart apples, topped with brown sugar and oat crumble topping.

Rahier Patisserie

1586 Bayview Ave, Toronto, ON M4G 3B7

Rahier Patisserie is a French pastry shop that will transport you to France. The Tarte Tatin is a delectable puff pastry, topped with caramelized apples. The traditional French dessert is a popular one at the bakery, so it’s best to order ahead.

Mabels Bakery

1156 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1J5

The apple pie at Mabel’s Bakery is so fresh it’s only offered during apple season. Using fresh Ontario apples, a pinch of brown sugar and a dash of cinnamon, the pie is reminiscent of the ones your mom might make.

Tori's Bakeshop

2188 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4E 1E6

Tori’s Bakeshop offers vegan and organic baked treats in the East end. The apple pie is made with unbleached flour, Earth Balance shortening, brown sugar, and vanilla coconut milk. Always made fresh and packed with flavour, the apple pie is the quintessential fall treat!

Phipps Bakery Cafe

420 Eglinton Ave W, Toronto, ON M5N 1A2

The pie selection at the eclectic Phipps Bakery is quite vast. The double-crust pie, a butter pastry filled to the brim with fresh Ontario apples mixed with cinnamon and brown sugar, is a must try! There’s also an Apple Crumble.

Dessert Lady Cafe

7 Saint Thomas St, Toronto, ON M5S 2B7

This Yorkville bakery has been creating baked treats for years and has developed quite the following. It offers two pies: crumble and classic; both are made fresh with Ontario apples. If there is a holiday around the corner, you may have to order in advance.


348 Ryding Ave, Toronto, ON M6N 1H5

This bespoke bakery is home to many tasty treats including two types of apple pie! It offers two varieties of Ida Red Apple pies, one is vegan and one is topped with an oat crumble galette. The pies are available at pop-up markets found throughout Toronto, for an updated list check out the website.

The Rolling Pin

1970 Avenue Rd, North York, ON M5M 4A1

The Rolling Pin may be known for the gourmet doughnuts, but the apple pie definitely deserves some attention. The Apple Crumble Pie is made with fresh apples, with the perfect cinnamon and brown sugar crumble sprinkled on top.

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