Toronto is full of fun things to do, but sometimes it’s hard to think of a unique idea for a special day out with friends. Luckily, The Culture Trip has you covered. We’re excited to be featured in their recent article, A Guide to A Girl’s Day Out in Toronto! Our culinary classes are a fun way to spend an afternoon learning a new skill, with some sweet treats to take home in the end. Our classes cater to various interests, whether you want to learn how to make Parisian macarons or decorate donuts. After class, you can grab a coffee and enjoy some treats in Trinity Bellwoods Park, right across the street. View our class list and come visit us in the studio for an experience you’ll never forget, and check out The Culture Trip for more unique ideas!
The sun is finally out, and that means it’s Spring in Toronto and Le Dolci has lots of fun in store. As always, there are many different culinary classes happening every week – including our first Trinity Bellwoods Farmer’s Market
class of the year.
- Date: Tuesday, May 24th
- Time: 6-9 pm
- Cost: $129 (or $104 with birthday code!)
- Book now
We also have Station Cold Brew Coffee and ice pops in the shop for when the weather gets warm. Swing by on your way into Trinity Bellwoods Park to get all the treats you need for the perfect picnic!
Le Dolci is delighted to be featured in the Winter/Spring 2016 issue of Elegant Wedding Magazine!
We provided an assortment of treats for a haute couture fashion-inspired style shoot. The photos were shot at one of Toronto’s top restaurants Nota Bene. Event planners Blast Events arranged for Pucci inspired table linens complimenting the colour palette of bright reds, pinks and greens.
Le Dolci’s contribution to this elegant set included macarons, choux pastries, sugar cookies with 24k gold details, lemon raspberry parfaits, a mini croquembouche tower, strawberry shortcake cupcakes and white chocolate dipped éclairs. Take a look at Blynda DaCosta’s wonderful photos from the shoot and get inspired for your next elegant event!
Come to our studio with Mom and learn the secret to Parisian Macaron treats that transport you to the streets of Paris.
- Date: Sunday May 8th
- Time: 10 am-12 pm or 2 pm-4 pm
- Cost: $95.00
- Book now
And don’t forget about our DIY Mother’s Day Cake – order before May 1st for delivery or pick up in-store May 6th. Cakes come with edible markers and basic colouring tips to wow Mom like a cake boss. Available flavours are chocolate, vanilla, salted caramel, strawberry and cookies and cream. $70 for a 6″ cake, serves 10-12 people.
Use code ‘happybirthdayledolci’ on all classes booked online to get 20% off your purchase until April 30th! Some of our upcoming classes include:
One of the perks of being a pastry chef is the ability to make your own wedding cake. That’s exactly what our head pastry chef Sharon did when she got married last summer. Her beautiful bohemian wedding, photographed by Me Creative, was recently featured on Boho Weddings.
Sharon and her hubby bucked many wedding traditions, from splitting the ceremony and reception into separate events and scrapping the speeches and bouquet toss. Their marriage ceremony was held at Toronto City Hall and the reception was a two-day event in Muskoka at Camp Queen Elizabeth, Sharon’s childhood summer camp.
The couple’s personalities were evident in all corners of the wedding, which made for a unique and memorable experience for their guests. Sharon decorated a three-tier naked cake with fresh flowers, figs and a gold-framed floral print with the help of another talented cake designer and friend Stefania. She also baked an assortment of pies and tarts for her guests to indulge in.
Sharon and Peter’s advice to other couple’s getting married is simple, “There will be a lot of work to do, you’ll spend more money than you planned and you will want to elope, but in the end it will all be worth it.”
Check out the full blog here and come see us if you’re looking for a wedding cake this year. Sharon and our team will make sure it’s just as beautiful and delicious as hers!
It’s not every day that a Canadian legend turns 80. On Friday, April 8th, David Suzuki celebrated his birthday at The Carlu in downtown Toronto. The event, by JK LIVE Productions, was held to celebrate one of Canada’s most famous environmentalists. There was a canoe hanging from the wall and you could win the chance to name a new species of bee at the silent auction. The main event included video messages from the likes of Chris Hadfield and Rick Mercer, speeches from members of the Suzuki family and music from Chantal Kreviazuk, Serena Ryder and a group of Inuit throat singers.
Then, of course, there was the cake. Created by one of our talented cake designers, the five-tier cake looked as though it was made of wood and was covered in edible meringue mushrooms, sugar blades of grass and beautiful, hand painted monarch butterflies. This cake looked like you might find it in the middle of the forest.
Chocolate bark, meringue mushrooms, sugar pastillage butterflies, matcha moss and several hours of hard work came together to create a show-stopping cake that even Mr. Suzuki himself had to stop to admire! We were honoured to be part of this iconic Canadian’s birthday celebration.
There truly is nothing better than a warm beverage and a delicious tart! Make your own tarts in our Winter Tart Class taught by Lindsey. She will guide you through how to make a sweet dough and two tart fillings. This is a new class set to start on Friday, February 19th from 7-9pm. These tarts will surely be a hit at any occasion.
Date: Friday, February 19th