For every food lover, desserts are the main parts of their meal. In fact, we can have dessert any time of the day without actually feeling hungry or wait for the right time to eat. And according to many dietitians, desserts are not only tasty but also offer numerous health benefits.
Desserts are readily available in many kinds and flavors across the globe to suit all budgets and tastes. Most of the people enjoy having simple foods, like buying a bar of chocolate or ice-cream from a regular shop, only to satisfy their sweet cravings. However, some people would love to have expensive food to prefer their eating experience. Yes, we are talking about those wealthiest people who like to purchase a cupcake more than you would be prepared to pay for a new car. Because there are desserts in the world that cost even more than a million.
So, without further delay, check out our list of the most expensive desserts in the world.
1.Couture Cake by Debbie Wingham
Price: $75 million
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Our cherry on top of the most expensive cakes in the world is Couture Cake. This cake was made by a famous British designer, Debbie Wingham. She made this 3D sparkling; handmade frosting models on the catwalk that gives the cake a beautiful look and transforms this charm into a real artwork. According to the designer, it took a total of 1100 hours in the making of this cake only to ensure that all the couture clothes in Wingham are accurate. This1000 pound cake was decorated using 4000 diamonds along with a 5.2 carats and a 6.4-carat diamonds. This most expensive cake of the world cake was purchased by unknown an Arab billionaire for his daughter’s birthday.
Price: $9.85 million
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Strawberries are the common ingredient in many of the desserts, but what makes it in the list of the most expensive desserts? Well, it is the diamond ring!
Arnaud’s Restaurant in New Orleans was famous for serving its strawberry dessert for $9. But things changed when they decided to introduce their most expensive dessert on Valentine’s Day in 2016. The dessert comes with an engagement ring from MS Rau Antiques, boasting a 10.06-carat royal blue diamond. The French Creole restaurant serves the dessert with their strawberries dipped in ruby sauce, sprinkled with cinnamon, vanilla, and whipped cream. And it is served with champagne and their signature French 75 cocktail, and of course, the ring as well.
Price: $1.72 million
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This two-layer fruitcake was ordered by the Takashimaya Store in Tokyo, for publicity or you can say to attract more customers. This diamond-studded cake was designed in six months. The famous pastry chef of Tokyo took a whole month in the making of this most expensive cake. The pattern on a cake consists of 223 diamonds together weighing nearly 170 carats. Though no one took a bite of this cake, because of diamonds in it, yet it fetched a price of 1.67 million when it was auctioned.
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This stunning platinum cake was reportedly devoted to the famous Japanese women, Chie Kumazawa and Rinko Kikuchi. The cake was designed by the Japanese chef called Nobue Ikara. He decorated this cake using a plain white frosting cream and then lined with different gems made of platinum such as buttons, rings, and necklaces. The good thing about the cake is, it was decorated with edible platinum.
5.The Absurdity Sundae
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The Absurdity Sundae is the most expensive ice cream on the list. And what makes it the most expensive without having expensive elements, like gold, platinum or anything like diamonds? That’s a twist! This ice cream is made from the disappearing glacier from Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa. And to have this hand-churn delicious ice cream, you have to travel to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro. Not only this, but the price included a first-class Tanzania ticket, a stay in a 5-star hotel, a tour with a guide, and a souvenir shirt. Quite like a travel package!
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This chocolate pudding is a creation of Chef Marc Guibert, from Linde Howe Country House in England, who wanted to make a world record in the most costly chocolate pudding. And no doubt, he succeeded in it. This delicious dish is made with Belgium chocolate, having tidbits of orange, peach, and fine whiskeys along with the sprinkle of champagne caviar. The golden flowers and edible gold leaf boost the chocolate pudding. And for the cherry on top, the chocolate pudding is served with a two-carat diamond!
7.Frrrozen Haute Chocolate
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Frrrouzen Haute Chocolate is the creation of a famous dessert of the restaurant in New York, Serendipity 3. The delicious dish holds a Guinness world record of being the most expensive dessert in the world. The ingredients include 28 varieties of chocolate, of which 14 are the most expensive and rare in the world, edible gold foils, and 23-carat edible gold particles in whipped cream. It is served in a goblet that has a gold crown, a gold bracelet having an 18-carat diamond, and a gold spoon, which you can take home as a memory.
8.The Fortress Stilt Fisherman Indulgence
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This fabulous looking dessert by the Wine3 fisherman stilt restaurant is a tribute to the Sri Lankan fishing practice. A stilt fishing dessert is made up of delicious ingredients such as chocolate, exotic fruits, and Irish cream. It is served in a blue tray with a magnificent 80-carat Aquamarine stone that adorns the dish. And for a memory of having this expensive dessert, you can take the stone with you.
9.Macaroons Haute Couture
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These expensive macaroons are the creation of a famous French chef, Pierre Herme. The puffs of the macaroons by Herme, are made with aged egg whites and white almond powder. For the filling, he uses the best ingredients, including balsamic vinegar, red wine, and salt fleur. These special macaroons are decorated with the edible gold foils, are released in collections twice a year only.
10.Krispy Kremes Luxe Doughnut
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Krispy Kreme is renowned for its tasty doughnuts that have been offered in a wide array of flavors. This UK based company made its name in the list of most expensive doughnut in 2014. The actual reason for making this expensive classic doughnut was to raise funds for The Children’s Trust. The doughnuts are made by using Dom Perignon champagne jelly, 24-carat gold leaf, white chocolate flowers dusted with gold, and some edible diamonds.