Best pumpkin pie in Toronto

Once the leaves start falling and the weather cools down, people start hankering for pumpkin! One of the best ways to enjoy the increasingly popular flavour is in a freshly baked pie! Bakeries across Toronto make their own versions of the classic autumn dessert, the perfect end to a hearty fall meal. Here’s are your best bets for perfect pumpkin pie in Toronto.

Wanda's Pie In The Sky

287 Augusta Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2M2

All the pie lovers know, if you want a fresh and delicious pie in Toronto, you’ll head in the direction of Wanda’s Pie in the Sky. The pumpkin pie is baked to perfection, with a buttery pastry and silky pumpkin filling. It’s the perfect way to end any holiday meal. It is only available during the fall months.


348 Ryding Ave, Toronto, ON M6N 1H5

Found on the seasonal menu, Madelines offers two different types of pumpkin pie. The home-style pumpkin pie will have you feeling nostalgic with its hints of cinnamon and ginger. You can also try the pumpkin pie made with coconut milk and almond milk.

Apiecalypse Now!

735 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6G 1L5

Apiecalypse Now offers pumpkin pies on the holiday menu, available during the month of October. The pumpkin pie is so good it won the Cooking Channel’s baking competition show Sugar Showdown. The menu includes two sizes of organic pumpkin pies.

Sanremo Bakery Inc

374 Royal York Rd, Etobicoke, ON M8Y 2R3

During the Thanksgiving season, Italian bakery SanRemo sells an open faced pumpkin pie. The pie is filled with a custard-like mixture that has the perfect balance of spices. The pie is on the softer side, but is perfect when served with whipped cream!

Bobbette & Belle

3347 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4N 2M6

Bobbette & Belle’s pumpkin pie is not only picture perfect, but it tastes delicious as well! The buttery short bread crust is filled with a velvety smooth pumpkin pureed mixture, then topped with a pastry leaf and a dollop of fresh cream. It truly is the quintessential Thanksgiving dessert!

Dufflet Pastries

787 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1G1

One of the most popular pies at Dufflet, the pumpkin pie is available the entire month of October! The traditional pie is filled with pumpkin custard, which is barely contained in the flaky pastry. The whole thing is then topped with spiced whipped cream and candied ginger.

Bunner's Bake Shop

3054 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6P 1Z7

Completely vegan, Bunner’s is known for its amazing pumpkin pies. The pies are strictly seasonal, so you can expect to get a freshly baked pie once fall starts. The pumpkin pie is soy free, egg free, dairy free and gluten-free.

Fresh From The Farm

350 Donlands Ave, East York, ON M4J 3S1

Staying true to its mission, Fresh From the Farm keeps ingredients local in its pumpkin pie. The pie is made by traditional Mennonites, and comes in two sizes. You can get the pumpkin pies at the location on Donlands Avenue.

Dundas Park Kitchen

2066 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6R 1W9

While Dundas Park Kitchen is going through some renovations that doesn’t mean you can’t get your hands on the delicious pumpkin pie! Available to order via email, Dundas Park Kitchen’s pumpkin pie is made with only the best ingredients. The pies are available for pick-up at Wychwood Barns Farmers Market on October 7 (2017).

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