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The shop offers giant stuffed gourmet cookies with a wide range of flavors, ice creams, sundaes and more limited desserts and treats like blondie bars, twisters and cakes.

The store received a backlash earlier this summer due to its old name KyKy’s Kookies, which many people were quick to point out to form the initials “KKK” when abbreviated. Kyla Ford changed the store name to KyKy’s Cookies & Ice Cream immediately after, and told Narcity she was “heartbroken” by the response and “never made or would make that connection.”

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Space

The little shop is all about the pink decor, with neon lights that read “kookie calories don’t count” and “we all scream for ice cream,” as well as dusted wallpaper and other pink accents. It definitely has a traditional candy store vibe.

The whimsical theme is done with a lively service from Kyla Ford herself, who operated the store with another employee last weekend.

The cookies are arranged in a display case on the main wall, so that you can have an overview of the preparation of cookies that you are going to order.

Cookies and ice cream from KyKy
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There is no seating inside the store except for a bench, so expect to take your take out order. However, there is a pink bench just outside, where guests can relax and feast on their huge cookies.

What is on the menu?

KyKy’s Cookies & Ice Cream offers various weekend specials. Last weekend’s menu had a choice of over 10 cookies including German chocolate, strawberry caramel cheesecake, pralines n kreme, chocolate hazelnut party and more.

Cookies and ice cream from KyKy
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While KyKy’s cookies are the main attraction, the shop offers a variety of desserts, including the ultimate sundae and others like donuts, ice cream cones, and brownies.

I tried two of the classic cookies (which weren’t my favorite) and the ultimate sundae (which was tasty).

The first cookie I tried was the Chocolate Chunk for $ 5 – a huge cookie that could feed two people, filled with dark chocolate and milk chocolate, with caramel chunks scattered all over the place.

Cookies and ice cream from KyKy
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The cookie was extremely thick and chewy, so if you prefer a simple, crispy cookie like me, this probably isn’t for you. The gooey interior was hot and humid and almost tasted like raw cookie dough, which I wasn’t a fan of.

The second cookie I tested was the Peanut Butter Cup for $ 5.50, which was filled with chocolate chunks and had a peanut butter mold baked on it.

This cookie tasted similar to a piece of chocolate, except it had a bonus cup of peanut butter, which made me crave a little more of the peanut butter goodness.

Cookies and ice cream from KyKy
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The ultimate $ 12 sundae comes with vanilla ice cream, whipped cream, KyKy’s blondie and brownie topped with caramel and a drizzle of chocolate, plus a cookie of your choice.

The massive dessert can certainly be shared between a few people – so it gets the best bang for your buck.

Cookies and ice cream from KyKy
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The ice cream was smooth and almost mixed with the whipped cream. The drizzle sauces were great – you can’t go wrong with caramel and chocolate. But the blondies and brownies bars were so rich and dense that even with the help of another person, I couldn’t finish them.

The best part of the sundae by far was the Everything oatmeal cookie, which was filled with white chocolate and caramel and was perfectly crisp. Unlike the other cookies, the oatmeal was thinner and gave my favorite sundae a nice crunch.

Cookies and ice cream from KyKy

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Cuisine: Desserts

Address: 195 Norseman Street, Unit 1, Etobicoke, ON

Why you need to go: If you love cookies and have a sweet tooth, this is the place for you!

The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Narcity Media.

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