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The Best Rhubarb Desserts in Toronto

The Best Rhubarb Desserts in Toronto

The Best Rhubarb Desserts in Toronto

The best rhubarb desserts in Toronto allow you to gaze at rose-tinted treats even when it’s hard to look at life through rose-tinted glasses. These desserts, ranging from pink-tinged truffles to pies chockfull of the tender plant, are one of the tastiest, most fundamental ways to embrace spring.

One of spring’s first crops, rhubarb is a vegetable that tends to find its way into more desserts than savoury dishes. Naturally tart, the stalks are sweetened, sometimes stewed, or mixed with berries, packed into pies, crumbles and all sorts of other treats.

Loved for the gentle rose tint it lends, rhubarb’s acidic bite also makes it popular. A true harbinger of spring, it’s no wonder that these unassuming stalks are so loved. Still, as quickly as they appear, they’re gone. So try Toronto’s best rhubarb desserts now, before it’s too late.

819 Gerrard St E

Wynona

Wynona

In late March, a lemon honey panna cotta with Ontario rhubarb, Rosewood Estates honey and pine nuts made an appearance on Wynona's weekly Dinner at Home menu. Here's hoping it returns before the season is out.

The Best Rhubarb Desserts in Toronto

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The Best Rhubarb Desserts in Toronto

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The best rhubarb desserts in Toronto allow you to gaze at rose-tinted treats even when it’s hard to look at life through rose-tinted glasses. These desserts, ranging from pink-tinged truffles to pies chockfull of the tender plant, are one of the tastiest, most fundamental ways to embrace spring.

One of spring’s first crops, rhubarb is a vegetable that tends to find its way into more desserts than savoury dishes. Naturally tart, the stalks are sweetened, sometimes stewed, or mixed with berries, packed into pies, crumbles and all sorts of other treats.

Loved for the gentle rose tint it lends, rhubarb’s acidic bite also makes it popular. A true harbinger of spring, it’s no wonder that these unassuming stalks are so loved. Still, as quickly as they appear, they’re gone. So try Toronto’s best rhubarb desserts now, before it’s too late.