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Our Homer’s Odyssey into Toronto’s doughnuts continues… and we’re taking recommendations! -BHH

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Caldense locations, like most Portuguese bakeries, pump out custard tarts by the tray-full. But if you’re lucky enough to walk in on a fresh batch of their more elusive malasadas (L.K.A. filhos?), you’d be remiss to pass on them. These tennis-ball-sized malasadas have plenty of chewy bite to them. They come without any fillings but pack a hint of citrus in the dough and a generous coating of sugary cinnamon crunch that isn’t overwhelmingly sweet. 3 for $1.

Caldense Bakery
1209 Dundas Street West | Website

More: Toronto Doughnuts: Bake Lab / Toronto Doughnuts: Nova Era Bakery

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