Is it cheat day yet? Here are some of the most decadent desserts that every Montrealer – and visitor to our fine city – absolutely must indulge in to satisfy even the sweetest tooth! [Feature photo: Cacao 70]
Can you feel the excitement? Yes, it’s that time of year again, when the festivities kick into high gear on Promenade Wellington for the 6th edition of Cabane Panache et bois rond. Running from March 18-20, the event celebrates traditional music, dance and good grub. There’s also a general store and a unique lumberjack camp. Here’s a list of the great restaurateurs on board for this year’s Cabane Panache!
Whether you want to indulge in a mid-afternoon snack, or you need a cake for a special occasion, to delight your guests, or offer as a gift to your hosts, we have some tempting places to propose. Here's our list of where to go in Montreal when your sweet tooth needs satisfying. [Image credit:]
If you close your eyes and you think "cabane à sucre" (sugar shack), you will probably think of a large wooden shack/cabin in the middle of the forest. But did you know that it is not necessary to cross a bridge to calm your fancy for eggs in maple syrup, taffy, and everything else that is not good for health but works wonders for the morale? Here are some places to visit in our beautiful sweet metropolis.
Maple sugaring time is fast approaching! Enjoy some quality family time at a typical cabane à sucre, enjoying dishes like baked beans, eggs, pancakes, oreilles de crisse (a traditional Quebec dish consisting of deep-fried smoked pork jowls) ... and of course maple syrup. Where are the top sugar shacks near Montreal? This list will show you the way!
Montreal is known for having some of the best pastry shops in the country, so it’s no surprise it also boasts some of the best éclairs. The custard-filled choux pastries are the icing on the proverbial pâtisserie.
When dessert time comes around, Montrealers go through the ultimate debate – cookies or ice cream. It was only a matter of time before a genius put the two together and created the ice cream sandwich. Try the ice cream sandwiches from one of these Montreal shops.
The Montreal summer can be hot. Very hot! While some flee to the pools to cool off, others turn to something a little more... sweet. From plain vanilla to flavours you won't even know how to pronounce, these ice cream shops have what it takes to keep you cool, comfortable and very much satisfied. [Feature photo: L'Armoire à glaces]
You scream, I scream, we all scream for ice cream — unique ice cream, that is. It’s always a treat to try something refreshing, and we’re not talking about the coolness of the cream, but rather the flavour. Here are Montreal’s most intriguing ice cream flavours.
Indulge your sweet tooth with Montreal’s most decadent ice cream sundaes. Here are the top spots to find a yummy treat like no other, be it at the beginning of summer or when September comes. [Image credit: Baitg]
It’s time to warm up for a good cause! Few things could be more enjoyable than participating in La grande tournée du chocolat chaud. Chocolatiers and pastry chefs welcome you from January 16-24, 2016, with a very special range of Valrhona hot chocolates, sold for $3 a cup. From this amount, 50 cents will go to la Tablée des chefs, whose mission is to provide food to people in need and provide culinary education to youth.
Situated on the Promenade Fleury since 2010 and more recently in Longueuil, the two little boutiques of Sweet Isabelle cater to satisfy the sweet tooth of all in the family. The friendly owner Isabelle - which is a real artist when it comes to cupcakes and cookies - shares with us her favourite Montreal spots when she hears sugar calling.
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