8 Montreal Bakeries Just Released Their Drool-Worthy Creations For Fall

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8 Montreal Bakeries Just Released Their Drool-Worthy Creations For Fall

Fall is such a sweet time of the year. All you want to do is grab your cozy sweater and look at all of the pretty leaves. It's also got some of the best flavours in all seasons, especially at certain Montreal bakeries.

Because as much as we want to get outside and enjoy all that fall has to offer, sometimes the best things to do in fall are to grab a latte (hello, Pumpkin Spice Latte!) and your fave treat and watch the day pass you by.

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And with so many incredible spots in and around Montreal, you just know that your sweet tooth is definitely going to be satisfied this season.

Some of the bakeries on this list may not have their seasonal menu available just yet, but just like fall, it's so worth the wait.

Besides, you just know they're going to be so busy with orders that you're going to want to put yours in ASAP!

Take a look below and we totally won't judge if you start drooling (we know we are).


Courtesy of Sundaiz

Address: Online

Everyone's favourite nut-free bakery will be offering some incredible limited-time flavours, including apple cinnamon cookies, pumpkin and cinnamon whoopie pies, pumpkin chocolate chip cookies, and apple cheesecake crumble.


Mamie Clafoutis

Address: See website for multiple locations

One of Montreal's best French-style bakeries, Mamie Clafoutis is the perfect place to go when you're craving something sweet, like this amazing apple tart.



Address: Online

Cupotella makes the most amazing cookie cups that are as delicious as they are gorgeous.

From September 28 until November 1, you can get three new flavours: pumpkin spice, butter tart caramel and butterscotch pecan.


Kookies by K

Courtesy of Kookies by K

Address: Online

You can get the most amazing filled Kookies from this home bakery based in LaSalle (you can even get one filled with booze!).

For fall, you can order one of five limited-time flavours: Pumpkin Spice, Apple Pie, Nutella Stuffed, Oreo White Fudge, and Quadro Chocolate Chip.


Rustique Pies

Address: 4615, rue Notre-Dame O., Montreal, QC

If you're looking for one of those cozy, charming bakeries to pick up some delicious treats this fall, head over to this unbelievable spot.

But they don't just do pies — You can try an apple butter coconut macaroon, apple, honey and cinnamon granola, honey and apple cake and, of course, honey-glazed Quebec apple pie.


Blonde Biscuiterie

Courtesy of Blonde Biscuiterie

Address: Online

Blonde Biscuiterie is a Montreal-based baker with some of the most incredible cookies in town. You can even grab a cookie pizza. For the season, you can order butter pecan (without eggs), cinnamon crunch, apple pie, pumpkin spice, and maple bacon cookies.


L'Artisan Délices Sans Gluten

Courtesy of L'Artisan Délices Sans Gluten

Address: 7700, rue Saint-Hubert, Montreal, QC

If you're looking for some gluten-free treats, head over to this specialty bakery. For fall, they've got apple pie, autumn spiced muffins, maple eclairs, pumpkin pie and pumpkin tartlets.



Address: 359, rue Bernard O., Montreal

Cheskie's is one of Montreal's most incredible Jewish bakeries. Just in time for fall (and the holidays!), you can pick up some honey cookies and cakes and apple strudel.


Get ready to indulge yourself...

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