Meet the passionate baker behind Sugar Loaf (but don't meet her in the morning)

Sugar Loaf's baker and entrepreneur Ana shares her passion for life through her pastries in Toronto's East End. We got a chance to sit down with her and dish some of that sugar! What excites you the most about being a baker? Well NOT waking up early in the morning. I am not a morning person! But making good food, the artisanal way, and then seeing people pleased about having good food. What is your biggest kitchen success? I'm really good at making pastries, laminated dough;

There's some new sugar in Leslieville!

We are pumped to officially be available at both Sugar Loaf bakeries in Toronto. Thank you to all the butter tart lovers and Baker Sister fans who came out this past weekend to welcome us to the hood!! We have moved in!! You can stop by and pick up one of our butter tarts today! Heck, pick up all four! #maplewalnut #classic #pecan #raisin #buttertarts #nomnomnom #toronto #leslieville #bakersisters #foodnetworkcanada #bakeries #torontoeats #the6ix

In the Sweet Seat with Amy Rosen

When we're not filming The Baker Sisters, Rach and I love to visit bakeries around town and EAT, and chit chat with the bakers, and EAT, and take in each bakery's unique vibe and did we mention EAT? We had a chance to sit down with Amy Rosen of Rosen's Cinnamon Buns and ask her some drool-worthy questions... ps- Neither Rach or me can explain what's going on with our big-texas hair in this picture... 1) Who taught you how to bake? I'm self taught. I am actually not a baker. I