Yes, you can find everything sweet and delicious on Ontario’s infamous Butter Tart Tour. For example, go ahead and order a decadent slice of butter tart pie from The Spot in Mount Forest.
Spread across the Kawartha Lakes — a scenic region of forests, hills and shining waterways about two hours northeast of Toronto — this tour spans the heart of the province’s cottage country. The Butter Tart Tour has grown to over 50 locations across Northumberland County, Peterborough County, the City of Peterborough, and Kawartha Lakes.
You can walk, bike and drive along four suggested routes — and you can even boat to 19 spots located along the Trent-Severn Waterway!
The most recent 1st place winner of the tour’s annual taste off is The Pastry Peddler in Millbrook. Learn more about this delectable spot here: The Pastry Peddler
Also, if you are planning to head out on a trek along one of the routes, you will be interested to read an entertaining article written for the WestJet tourism magazine. Check out the photos in this piece: Kawarthas Northumberland Butter Tart Tour
By George has declared July as “Butter Tart Month.” Here is a menu of our delectable articles on Canada’s iconic dessert.
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