Apart from the usual kinds of desserts that each one of us loves, there are some that may not fit neatly into our preconceived notions of what a dessert should be, but may offer an experience that’s far tastier than expected.
1. Golden Opulence Sundae
This $1,000 sundae features one of the world’s most expensive chocolate syrups ornamented with edible gold–coated almonds and gold shavings and topped with caviar.
Where you can find it: Serendipity restaurant, New York
2. Deep Fried Candy Bars
The concept of frying candy bars is rumoured to have started in Scotland with the frying of battered Mars chocolate bars back in 1995.
Where you can find it: Le Chipper Restaurant, Paris
3. Bacon Doughnut
This one is for those who believe that “everything is better with bacon”.
Where you can find it: Any doughnut shop in Miami
4. Wasabi Kit Kats
If you love Kit Kats and outrageously spicy things, this candy bar is just for you.
Where you can find it: Any shop in Japan
5. Starbucks Unicorn Frappucino
The flavor-changing Unicorn Frappuccino is made only with the finest rainbows.
Where you can find it: Any Starbucks outlet in the USA
6. Charcoal Ice Cream
A food trend that will satisfy the deepest and the darkest part of your soul.
Where you can find it: Little Damage ice cream shop, Los Angeles