Bakeries in Niagara Falls


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  • Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Niagara Falls
    Like the range it was named after, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory has carved a path across North America, opening its first Canadian store in Whistler in 1988. Every day, refrigerated trucks dispatched from a 53,000-square-foot factory bring fresh treats to glistening display cases in each confectionary outpost. Today, these hefty morsels reside behind display glass in the form of truffles, molded chocolates, and signature treats such as the Bear—a palm-sized mix of caramel, roasted nuts, and a thick coating of chocolate. Each shop also churns out fudge made daily and candy apples dipped in caramel, nuts, and even cheesecake. Assorted goodies fit into artistically arranged baskets, and seasonal and holiday treats make for tasty stocking stuffers or a good way to fill your mouth during awkward silences at family séances.
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    70 Queen Street.
    Niagara-on-the-lake, ON CA
  • Di Camillo Baking Co.
    Great in the AM or as an after-dinner treat, Di Camillo Baking Co. sells scrumptious baked goods. With no low-fat options served, come ready to eat your heart out. No need to be formal, business casual will pass. Drive to lunch or dinner at Di Camillo Baking Co. and find easy parking in a lot close by or on the street.
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    811 Linwood Ave
    Niagara Falls, NY US
  • BeaverTails
    Canadian BeaverTails started from a family recipe more than 30 years ago: fried dough in the cylindrical shape of a beaver tail, topped with sugary delights. The treat has since become iconic—there are 115 Canadian BeaverTails locations throughout the country, and U.S. President Barack Obama reportedly made it a point to try one of the pastries when he visited Ottawa in 2009. After a piece of whole-wheat dough is stretched into the shape of the national animal’s tail, it gets float-cooked in canola oil, and then dressed with delectable spreads and toppings. The pastries come in a variety of flavours, separated into several categories: Classic, Indulgent, and Decadent. The Classic version features cinnamon and sugar. Meanwhile the Indulgent variety includes flavours such as maple butter with chocolate sauce, and the Decadent BeaverTails add richer toppings such as chocolate hazelnut with Reese’s pieces.
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    4967 Clifton Hill
    Niagara Falls, ON CA
  • Bella Cakes
    No one can accuse baking guru Tanya of skimping on her ingredients, which include real butter, vanilla beans, bavarian cream, and caramelized pralines. She lavishes both time and attention on each of the creations that incorporate these lavish components, ensuring that each custom 3-D cake tastes as good as it looks. In addition to sculpting deluxe desserts in the shapes of Chanel purses, Twilight books, or any other creative request, Tanya whips up classic cakes to accompany special events such as birthdays or the family dog's high-school graduation. The multitalented chef also conjures cupcakes and pastries including eclairs, tarts, and miniature cheesecakes, which make taste buds swoon with such gourmet tastes as Nutella and Toblerone. :m]]
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    6034 Main St
    Niagara Falls, ON CA
  • Wegmans
    Load up on toppings or opt for a simple slice of cheese at Wegmans, Niagara Falls' classic pizza venue. The chefs at Wegmans know how to prepare tasty, gluten-free and low-fat meals. Throwing a big party? Count on Wegmans to provide top-notch catering with the same great dishes you love. At Wegmans, diners can score a guaranteed parking spot close to the restaurant. No need to sweat your schedule — the pizzeria is open 24 hours a day.
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    1577 Military Rd
    Niagara Falls, NY US
  • Sugar by Trish
    Utilizing fresh ingredients and her grandmother's recipe, Trish of Sugar by Trish fashions handmade sugar cookies into celebratory treats for any occasion. A cookie bouquet blooms with sugary sweets baked directly on a stick and arranged in a complimentary keepsake box. The oven-warmed arrangements cheerily celebrate occasions such as birthdays, pet fondness, new babies, and a cookie jar's first words. Bouquets range from small to large ($25?$40) and lovingly assemble 6 to 12 decorated desserts in carefully wrapped plastic with matching ribbons. Icing aficionados can request customized cookie assortments, such as cookies decorated like brussels sprouts to trick kids into eating their dessert.
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    3949 Welland St
    Niagara Falls, ON CA

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