Toronto's Smallest Bakery – Le Dolci
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Toronto's Smallest Bakery

Toronto's Smallest Bakery

Toronto’s smallest bakery opens in the Junction!


Mini Bakery created by 10 year old, opens at Le Dolci’s Bakery location in the Junction

When Olive Choisy a ten-year-old emerging artist, who loves two things: baked goods and art, started to create mini baked goods out of clay, she shared it on social media via her mom’s account and it got noticed. Olive discovered her love of polymer clay during the pandemic and made this miniature display for Le Dolci, one of her favourite bakeries to order sweet treats from. “When my mom put my clay miniatures on her Instagram, I never thought it would end up like this, it’s so exciting!”

Toronto art dealer, Emily McInnes of Eye Buy Art saw these creative works and connected Olive and Le Dolci Bakery & Culinary Classroom owner, Lisa Sanguedolce to create a mini magical bakery art show!  Launching Labour Day weekend, the city’s tiniest bakery, created by 10-year-old Olive, will be on display for all to enjoy at the bakery’s 12 Sousa Mendes location in the Junction, right at the foot of the Wallace Avenue Pedestrian bridge.

The mini display consists of miniature cakes, treats, cake slices and a delicate world of pastry that people can walk by and enjoy. The display will be illuminated and enjoyed by all for the month of September.