Lytton Park slice of summer
Step 1: Cut a large slice of watermelon and carve out a trench in the middle.
Step 2: Fill with organic soft serve and decorate using chocolate chips to represent the seeds.
Step 3: Enjoy a refreshing summer treat. Milkcow Cafe, one of South Korea’s favourite soft serve shops, first landed in Vancouver when it came to Canada. People went bananas for its sweet frozen confections. Now that Toronto has a shop of its own, the response from local foodies has been just as enthusiastic. Right in between Eglinton and Lawrence at 2651 Yonge St. is where you can sample the ultra-rich, creamy dessert on its own, with simple toppings or as part of outlandish creations such as sundaes topped with a real chunk of honeycomb or a big fluff of cotton candy.
Does fruit instead of a cone mean this is healthy? We vote yes.