Treat Yourself: Desserts That Are Totally Spectacular

Dessert may be the best part of the meal, but why not try something different? We rounded up some of the weirdest and most spectacular treats that NYC has to offer. From deep-fried chocolate bars to frozen hot chocolate to an unforgettable ice cream cereal swirl, you’ll want to save room for these sweet inventions. Chocoholic? Candy crazy? This list has something for everyone. Flip through and start salivating.


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Sugar and Plumm’s Earthquake in a Fishbowl

Ever wish you could have all of your favorite desserts at once? Sugar and Plumm will let you live that fantasy. Their Earthquake in a Fishbowl features key lime pudding, blackout cake, cheesecake, butterscotch pudding and vanilla, chocolate and salted caramel ice cream, with a dab of whipped cream on top. It’s like your favorite dessert menu getting hit with a 7 on the Richter scale. It is also served in a big fishbowl (note the name) large enough for the whole family to enjoy. That is if the kids are willing to share.

Sugar amd Plumm
377 Amsterdam Avenue
Upper West Side
212-787-8778
Online: sugarandplumm.com

photo: Sugar and Plumm

  • Spot Dessert Bar’s Dessert Tapas
  • Sprinkles Cupcakes ATM
  • Sugar and Plum Dessert
  • ChipShop’s Deep Fried Chocolate
  • Popbar’s Gelato on a Stick
  • Serendipity 3’s Frrrozen Hot Chocolate
  • KITH Treats Ice Cream Swirl
  • Sweet & Sara’s Vegan Smores
  • Corner of Vermont’s Maple Creemee

What’s your favorite special treat for kids in NYC? Tell us in the comments!

–Michelle McIvor Cohen

 

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