Best pecan pie in Toronto

Pecan pies are a favourite dessert when the weather cools down, and we can see why – toasted pecans, butter and brown sugar filling packed into a buttery pie crust! Toronto bakeries are creating unique takes on the classic dessert, some that include the addition of chocolate, caramel and bourbon! Here are the best pecan pies in the city!

Wanda's Pie In The Sky

287 Augusta Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2M2

Wanda’s Pie in the Sky is known across the city for its delicious pies! The pecan pie starts with a shortbread crust that is filled with a buttery pecan mixture. The pecan pie is offered all year-round.

Phipps Bakery Cafe

420 Eglinton Ave W, Toronto, ON M5N 1A2

Phipps Bakery offers two types of pecan pies! The award-winning chocolate pecan pie is baked in a chocolate crust, then topped with a fudge frosting. There is also a caramel pecan pie with the classic brown sugar and butter filling mixed with toasted pecans, then finished with a homemade caramel topping.

Mabels Bakery

1156 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1J5

You can either grab a slice or an entire pie at both of Mabel’s bakeries. The pecan pie at Mabel’s is made with butter, brandy, and toasted pecans! Mabel’s recommends it with a scoop of ice cream on the side.

Dufflet Pastries

787 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1G1

Dufflet Pastries doesn’t fool around when it comes to its pecan pies. Offering two options on the menu – plain and chocolate – the pecan pies are made fresh daily! The double chocolate pecan pie has chocolate in the crust and filling, alongside pecans butter and sugar, of course. For pecan pie purists, you can order the classic pecan pie in two sizes!

Kensigton Bakery

460 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1X8

A staple in Kensington Market, it shouldn’t be a surprise that Kensington Natural Bakery is home to one of the best pies in Toronto. The pecan pie is a triple threat—made with all natural ingredients, it’s vegan and gluten-free! The pie is available in store and to order online.

Happy Bakers

3469 Lake Shore Blvd W, Etobicoke, ON M8W 1N2

Located in Etobicoke, More Than Pies offers a variety of baked goods, as the name suggests. With cookies, scones, bread, squares and more on the menu it can be hard to miss the delicious pies! The classic pecan pie and chocolate pecan pie are some of the best items on the menu, and are made fresh in store. For gluten-free you must order 48 hours in advance.

Fresh From The Farm

350 Donlands Ave, East York, ON M4J 3S1

Fresh From the Farm specializes in locally sourced products and baked goods. All the pies are made by traditional Mennonites and sold in the Donlands Avenue store. The pecan pie comes in two sizes, six inch and nine inch, and is some of the tastiest pecan pie in the city!

The Rolling Pin

1970 Avenue Rd, North York, ON M5M 4A1

While The Rolling Pin has made a name for itself baking gourmet doughnuts, the other bakery items are top notch too! The pecan pie has a sprinkle of cinnamon in the filling for an extra seasonal kick! The Rolling Pin makes its flaky piecrust in house.


348 Ryding Ave, Toronto, ON M6N 1H5

Bespoke bakery Madeleines offers two kinds of pecan pies: chocolate and maple syrup. Made with Kawartha Lakes maple syrup, Madelines’ pecan pie has the perfect balance of sweet and savoury! You can also try the chocolate bourbon pecan pie.

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