Thanks for joining us for this discussion about the best places to buy ice cream, cakes, and cookies in Turin. There are numerous dessert shops selling sweets around town and you will be learning about the top options as this blog progresses.
The best ice cream shops in your area will kick things off. Those that love vanilla, chocolate, gelato, frozen yogurt, malts, ice cream cakes, and other frozen delights have numerous options to choose from.
Local bakeries where you can buy cakes, cookies, pastries, and all kinds of sweet treats will be up next. After that we will focus on donut shops, where to buy cupcakes, candy stores, and chocolate and fudge shops near you.
Then we will pivot to healthy dessert options like Turin’s gluten free bakeries and smoothie shops. Restaurants that are known for their must have desserts in your area will round us out.
A map that has all the various venues we are mentioning throughout the post pinned on it will be shared at the end. To check out more about the best bakeries, candy and chocolate shops, and more sweets around Italy click here.
Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt
The best Turin ice cream shops or some healthier frozen yogurt can be found at:
- + Di Un Gelato at Galleria Subalpina, 32
- Alberto Marchetti Gelaterie at Via Po, 35/B
- Gelateria Siculo at Via S. Quintino, 31
- Gelateria Dallatte at Via Maria Vittoria, 2
- Gelateria Via Mazzini at Via S. Tommaso, 12/E
- Yogurteria Fyo at Piazza Palazzo di Città, 6/d
- YoYogurt at Via Nizza, 230 8 Gallery Primo Piano
Gelateria Siculo has a wide range of flavors to choose from including traditional Sicilian flavors like almond, ricotta, and pistachio di Bronte while also having products for vegetarians, vegans, and even those that are trying to find gluten-free ice cream in your area.
Dallatte sells baked items like cannoli, Hazelnut cakes, biscuits, spreads, brioches, and panettone in addition to some great local ice cream.
The ice cream at Gelateria Via Mazzini is made with high-quality milk and cream from Piedmontese farms plus they sell biscuits, spreads, gianduiotti, cremini, and a variety of other artisanal goodies.
Yogurt at Yogurteria Fyo is made on a daily basis in an artisanal manner and served only with fresh and high-quality ingredients.
YoYogurt has a variety of chocolates, toppings, and grains to choose from for making your favorite yogurt.
Bakeries In Your Area
Great cakes, cookies, pastries, and more are available at these great bakeries:
- Panificio Bertino at Via Bernardino Galliari, 14
- Voglia di Pane at Via Chiesa della Salute, 23
- Aldo’s Bakery at Largo Saluzzo, 36/A
- L’Opéra Pasticceria at Via Giuseppe Garibaldi, n 40
Since the mid 1850’s the Panificio Bertino has been making bread, pizzas, focaccia, and some of the best desserts in Turin.
Focaccia, savory pies, daily-baked pizzas by the meter, bread, breadsticks, brioches, and pastries are some of Aldo’s Bakery’s specialties.
Local Donut Shops
12oz Coffee Joint at Piazza Carlo Felice, 74 is a coffee shop that sells some of the best donuts near you along with baked goods like croissants, muffins, brownies, and cookies.
Where To Buy Cupcakes
Cookies, cheesecakes, brownies, cinnamon buns, and a variety of other desserts are among what is available at Tauer Bakery at Via Madama Cristina, 22 along with vegan and gluten-free choices.
Candy Stores Near You
Sweet Island at Piazza Statuto, 5/Cells offers a vast range of candies to pick from including gluten-free, balsamic raspberry, flavored gummy, jelly candy, and much more.
Chocolate & Fudge Shops
When you want to buy homemade chocolate or fudge visit one of these shops:
- Guido Gobino at Via Giuseppe Luigi Lagrange, 1
- Boella & Sorrisi at Via Poliziano, 54
- La Perla di Torino at Via Catania, 9
Guido Gobino is one of the most important chocolate artists in the country providing classic giandujotto, spreadable creams, hazelnut sheets with entire piedmont hazelnuts, and an extra bitter chocolate selection.
Chocolate bars, spreads, chocolate-covered fruit, easter eggs, and more are all made by Boella & Sorrisi.
La Perla di Torino sells traditional piedmont, a fine selection of confectionery products, pralines from the top firms, cut chocolate, panettone, a large selection of loose-leaf teas, herbal teas, and gift items.
Gluten Free Bakeries
Gluten free bakeries can provide some healthier options:
Freedom is a gluten-free cafe and pastry shop that offers focaccia, pizzas, savory pies, dry pastries, mignon pastries, single servings, and birthday cakes.
Dolcesalato creates artisanal items like bread, breadsticks, chantilly, tiramisu, meringues, trifle, and cakes for every occasion while always using fresh, high-quality ingredients that are gluten-free certified.
Some places from our other lists also have many gluten free options like Tauer Bakery and Panificio Bertino.
For a tasty yet healthy choice consider these smoothie shops:
Local Restaurants With Great Desserts
Must have desserts near you can also be found at these restaurants:
- Baratti & Milano at P.za Castello, 27
- L’Acino at Via San Domenico, 2/A
- Osteria Antiche Sere at Via Cenischia, 9
Brioches, muffins, Chantilly with marron glaces, and more are some of the best local desserts available at Caffè Baratti & Milano.
L’Acino is known for their popular chocolate pudding which is one of the top desserts in your area too.
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Enjoy Ice Cream, Cookies & Cakes In Turin
That is all we’ve got for now but visit us again because we plan to update this post often. After reading about all these local shops to buy ice cream, frozen yogurt, cookies, cakes, pastries, other bakery items, cupcakes, donuts, chocolate, fudge, candy, gluten free baked goods, smoothies, and even restaurants with can’t miss desserts in your area you should be ready to find your next sweet indulgence.
Don’t be afraid to let us know if any shops have closed down or if we posted anything that is incorrect in the comments. Now have fun eating your ice cream, cookies, and cakes in Turin.