It has been more than a year since I’ve gone to Bunner’s Bakery in Spring 2016. I’ve been meaning to write a review on this quaint vegan and gluten-free bakery, but my blogging procrastination has held me back. In short, Bunner’s Bakery is an easy 7/10. Yummy and sweet. Make sure to come as soon as they open, since they have fewer items available towards the end of the day.

Bunner’s Bakery Location and Best Time to Eat

Bunner’s Bakery lives in the heart of Kensington Market in Downtown, Toronto. As soon as you enter the shop, you’re greeted with a cute sign showcasing their newest treat ready to meet the mouths of loyal and new customers.


Chalkboard Menu at Bunner’s Bakery

While you wait in line you can view a chalkboard menu and easily see the prices of baked goods.

Bunners_BecomingTia_12Isn’t this wall cute? Totally, Instagram-worthy.

What’s in Store at Bunner’s Bakery

They have a variety of vegan and gluten-free treats, many of them which are featured in their Bunner’s Cookbook.


I ordered the Rasberry Crumb Cake.

But they also have an arrange of muffins too.


As you can see, they don’t have much food left towards the end of the day. It kind of sucks, especially if you come late to their bake shop, but it suggests that some of their baked goods are fresh.Bunners_BecomingTia_11 They have vegan and gluten-free cookies, too.

If you’re craving a pie, you can buy a mini pie to fulfill your craving.


They have delicious strawberry frosted buns.


I would order these just for my Instagram (lame, I know).


Brownies, date squares and raspberry crumble.


Craving vegan mac and cheese?Β Bunners_BecomingTia_4So, are you ready to order?

What’s your favourite vegan bakery? Leave it in the comments below, so myself and others can visit.

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