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The Best Bûche de Noël in Toronto

The Best Bûche de Noël in Toronto

The Best Bûche de Noël in Toronto

The best Bûche de Noël in Toronto is Christmas decadence at its finest.

Up your cake game this holiday season with this festive dessert, also known as a yule log. This popular Christmas cake roll is a traditional French dessert that’s eaten this time of year and is decorated to resemble a wooden log. It’s then decked out with a bunch of other decorations like berries and meringue mushrooms.

Here are ten places where you can get a Bûche de Noël in Toronto.

300 Eglinton Ave W

Goûter - Eglinton

Goûter - Eglinton

There are three kinds of yule logs to choose from at this French patisserie on Bathurst and on Eglinton. Offerings include a traditional Bûche de Noël, a yule log with three different types of chocolate and a mysterious frozen log with hazelnut ice cream and candied hazelnut coated meringues.

1099 Yonge St

Nadege

Nadege

The holiday yule log collection at this French patisserie features five Bûche de Noël that are too pretty to eat. Options include a classic chocolate sponge cake, a tropical ice cream log with layers of coconut lime ice cream and a fruity and zesty log cake.

655 College St

Bonne Nouvelle

Bonne Nouvelle

The Bûche de Noël at this French-Korean patisserie in Little Italy is wrapped in a pink silk Korean bojagi wrap. This chocolate cake consists of different elements like a hazelnut joconde, yuzu crémeux, mandarin gelée, hazelnut mousse and chocolate biscuit moelleux.

The Best Bûche de Noël in Toronto

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The Best Bûche de Noël in Toronto

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The best Bûche de Noël in Toronto is Christmas decadence at its finest.

Up your cake game this holiday season with this festive dessert, also known as a yule log. This popular Christmas cake roll is a traditional French dessert that’s eaten this time of year and is decorated to resemble a wooden log. It’s then decked out with a bunch of other decorations like berries and meringue mushrooms.

Here are ten places where you can get a Bûche de Noël in Toronto.