How much would you spend for a dessert? $100 or $1,000?

the-most-expensive-desserts Image courtesy of Unsplash.com ...while you're thinking...hmm what could it be possibly made of? Gold? YES.. over 24- carat actually. Would you still go ahead and buy it? Imagine yourself in that deli, skimming through the menu and you come across yet another worth $25,000!!..Would you close the menu, discreetly leave the restaurant and look for another cheaper place or sit, relax and order and just savour that moment? When the Brooklyn restaurant, Manila Social Club released the $100 “Golden Cristal Ube Donut’, it caused such a stir in New York City and there were those that welcomed the idea while others just felt its way too much to spend on something edible. This doughnut is made with extra layerings of edible 24-karat gold flakes and Cristal champagne icing and - surprise surprise - have been selling like hot cakes and on occasion actually sold out. These additional ingredients were introduced by Chef Bjorn DelaCruz who loves different champagnes and “wanted to add something to me the menu for the new year to celebrate how long we have been going”.

If you thought that was expensive, read more about other opulent desserts from around the world.

The Golden Phoenix cupcake

Forget the cupcakes worth two or three digits – now there's a cake worth $1,007! If you're like many others who are thinking…’what could I do with that amount of money? Perhaps pay rent, mortgage, car instalment or shopping’! Well for those that have bought The Golden Phoenix Cupcake, buy it for the edible 23-carat gold sheet. Other ingredients include Italian cocoa and Ugandan vanilla beans and its sold at Bloomsbury’s to the super-rich in Dubai. Here’s a video showing how it's made:

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Krispy Kreme's doughnut worth $1,682

most-expensive-desserts_priceydessert6 Pic courtesy of Krispy Kreme If you thought doughnuts worth $100 were expensive, then think again. Krispy Kreme’s doughnut draped with raspberry and passion fruit syrup topped with 2002 Dom Perignon champagne, a 500-year-old Courvoisier de L'Esprit Cognac, and 24-karat gold is a mind blower. It is also made with gold-dusted Belgian white chocolate ‘diamonds’ which are individually handmade and edible 24ct gold leaf.

Serendipity's $25,000 worth Frrrozen "Haute" Chocolate Ice cream

This ice cream is made with 28 different types of cocoa and it comes with an eighteen karat gold bracelet, a 1-karat white diamonds and a golden spoon. In 2007, this dessert was listed in the Guinness World Records as the most expensive. It's made with cocoa, frozen milk, whipped cream, 24-cart gold and garnished with truffle flown from France. It's served with a golden spoon and a goblet surrounded by a gold and diamond crown. If you prefer to have the ice creme only, Scoopi Cafe in Dubai serves the 'Black Diamond' for $817 a scoop. It's made with edible 23-karat gold flakes, Italian truffles and Iranian saffron.

Sweet sorrow worth $22,000

carl-weininger-eating-the-most-expensive-pudding-mail-online Pic courtesy of Mail Online This pudding was created as a pick-me-up after businessman Carl Weininger was dumped by his girlfriend of three years . He didn't want just any ordinary chocolate pudding. He wanted one that included a 2-carat white diamond in it. The pudding was styled like a Faberge egg also had gold, champagne, caviar and was made at the Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel in Windermere, Cumbria. If broken down by bite size, each bite cost $800 and it took him 15 minutes to devour it. If you have a sweet tooth why not try our new promotion "Sugar Rush" and experience the sugar rush.

A fruitcake worth $1.7 million

diamond-fruitcake-most-expensive-dessert-in-the-world_1 Image courtesy of Mostluxuriouslist.com This cake was made during Christmas by a pastry chef in Tokyo. It  took 6 months to make it and is decorated with diamonds.


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