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Donuts dredged in powdered sugar, sucre à la crème (a blonde cream fudge), apple pie… All delicious desserts that many Québécois grew up eating. The luckiest among us still have a grandmother churning out childhood favorites; for all others, there’s Le Petit Cochon Dingue, a bakery in the Old Port. If you can’t sample everything—you are not to be blamed; portions are impressive—opt for the traditional sugar pie, a single-crust pie filled with a luscious cream, butter, and maple syrup concoction.

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Traditional Sugar Pie (Le Petit Cochon Dingue)

Donuts dredged in powdered sugar, sucre à la crème (a blonde cream fudge), apple pie… All delicious desserts that many Québécois grew up eating. The luckiest among us still have a grandmother churning out childhood favorites; for all others, there’s Le Petit Cochon Dingue, a bakery in the Old Port. If you can’t sample everything—you are not to be blamed; portions are impressive—opt for the traditional sugar pie, a single-crust pie filled with a luscious cream, butter, and maple syrup concoction.