1. Tender- (130 W 47th St.)
Found in Midtown NYC, The Sanctuary Hotel’s Tender Restaurant is the home for the legendary Tender Banana Split. The delectable desert is the perfect fall treat for those who have starved themselves in an effort to obtain the perfect swimsuit-ready abs. The martini glass filled to the rim with strawberry, banana chocolate chip and dark chocolate gelato from il laboratorio del gelato, candied walnuts, caramelized bananas, a red velvet cupcake, house-made strawberry and chocolate sauce, a chocolate brownie, vanilla whipped cream topped with rainbow sprinkles, 24 karat gold leaf, and a sparkler because it just wouldn’t be complete without an eccentric, non-edible topping. To wash it down, the desert is served with a 187 ml bottle of Voga Prosecco to share between you and the other contenders in conquering this massive, cavity-inducing treat.
S’mores are hard to make living in the city, especially since it’s not like you can go to a summer camp or easily make a bonfire somewhere. So for all you New Yorkers struggling to celebrate National S’Mores Day on Sunday, August 10th, check out this list of places where you can find s’more flavored food!
1. Sticky’s Finger Joint- S’more French Fries This is one of Sticky’s newest creations, but you get two amazing things- s’mores and French fries together. The French fries are topped with Valrhona cocoa powder, roasted marshmallows, and crumbled graham crackers, and then have delicious s’more French fries.
In honor of a dessert that everyone loved during childhood (and still a favorite today), get ready to celebrate national root beer float day on Wednesday, August 6th! Although the best way to truly celebrate is by gorging yourself on a nice big root beer float, but here are several other ways to celebrate this special day with a unique touch!
1. Root Beer Float Cookies-
This doesn’t have root beer in it, but the cookie itself tastes like root beer, and the white chocolate chips add a hint of ice cream flavor. All around it’s a pretty good root beer float creation!
What do you get when you mix one of the most esteemed cruise lines with an internationally acclaimed master chocolatier? A delectable experience that can only be described as “Chocolate Journeys.”
Princess Cruises, home of the infamous Pacific Princess from the “The Love Boat,” kicked off their newest chocolate-inspired project with a soiree that could be described as “chocoholic’s heaven.” Guests mingled in Gary’s Loft Penthouse, which was adorned with all white furniture and backdrops of the ocean in order to offer a true chocolate experience on the seas.
What better reason to venture out of the city than for gourmet cupcakes? Located in the quaint and charming downtown Milford, CT, Sweet Cupcasions is the perfect place to satisfy your sugary indulgences with a unique, beautifully decorated treat.
Joonbug visited this chic cupcake boutique over the weekend and completely fell in love. When craving a top-notch cupcake, Sweet Cupcasions has every foodie and cupcake connoisseur sinfully covered. Claiming fame from winning a divine victory on the Food Network's notorious show, "Cupcake Wars," this cupcakery never fails to delight and impress. From the trendy interior design of the shop and pretty cupcake pedestals lining the tables, to the fancy cupcakes and cakes, Sweet Cupcasions offers the best of the best to guests.
Satisfy your sugar fix without sabotaging your bikini body. Just in time for Swim Week, Yogen Früz has released three scintillating summer flavors. At just 110 calories per serving, these mouthwatering mocktails are the perfect escape from Miami’s summer swelter.
The Mojito Sorbet is a refreshing medley of mint and lime that instantly cools your taste buds. The Strawberry Daiquiri Sorbet is a tropical tart perfect for stacking high with fresh fruit toppings. If you get caught in one of Florida’s infamous rainstorms, the Pina Colada Frozen Yogurt is a comforting creamy infusion of shredded coconut and pineapple.
One particular summer activity that is always enjoyable is camping. Who doesn’t like sitting by the campfire and making a perfect s’more?
Even if you actually hate the outdoors, but love s’mores, then you will be happy to know that Chef Francois Payard has turned this favorite outdoor sweet to an iconic French treat called the macaron s’mores.
We promise it is as delicious as it sounds, and if you love Chef Payard’s world renowned macarons (and we know you do), then you will love the macaron s’mores. This new treat incorporates everything you already love about a typical s’more but makes it five times better: golden brown marshmallow, chocolate ganache middle surrounded by a crisp graham cracker shell.
Many of us woke up to crummy news this morning. Crumbs news, that is. Today is an incredibly gloomy day for all cupcake enthusiasts, connoisseurs and foodies. According to The Wall Street Journal, beloved Crumbs Bake Shop closed its doors at the end of Monday’s business day. In such a health-conscious society where weekly exercise is the norm and frozen yogurt is the go-to snack "indulgence," does this mean the beginning of the end of the cupcake trend as we know it?
Decadent, divine and immorally delicious: Crumbs was key to introducing the gourmet cupcake fad to the world. A staple in the industry, this favorite bake shop chain has been there for our good days, bad days and (sinful) sugary indulgences. We could always count on Crumbs for a scrumptious, beautifully decorated snack to brighten up our day. From the Pistachio cupcake garnished with crushed pistachios, to Banana Crunch and Girl Scout® Coconut Caramel Cookie, there was a unique cupcake to suit everyone’s palate. Crumbs even had their own version of Chef Dominique Ansel’s cronut, called the Crumbnut (a luscious ‘doughnut-croissant hybrid’).
Remember when the Cronut™ exploded into the world like a sugar-coated atomic bomb? Well, the “hybrid donut” trend didn’t end there! Donut creators across the country have spent the better half of the year working hard to produce America’s next big pastry fusion. This has resulted in an assortment of confections that either made our stomachs smile with delight or churn in confusion; here is our official list of the best and worst donut-hybrids from this heavenly craze.
If there was any day you were feeling adventurous and decided you are not going to eat standard ice cream flavors (chocolate, vanilla, strawberry), then tomorrow, July 1st is the day to get out of your comfort zone and celebrate National Creative Ice Cream Flavor Day! Thankfully this fun day lands perfectly in the middle of summer. No matter where you live there make sure to try a new creative ice cream flavor on July 1st, and if you need help searching for a good flavor check out some of our favorites and most creative flavors below.