For those that are dessert connoisseurs, you'll understand why these desserts are crazy expensive...or maybe you won't. I don't. I guess anything decorated with real gold and real diamonds allows restaurants to jack up the price to millions of dollars. Forget school, this is what I need to do instead!!
1. Krispy Kreme's Luxe Doughnut
This dessert is found in the United Kingdom and is priced at $1,682. It has edible diamonds along with a 24 karat gold leaf. Like I said, adding real jewels is all you need to make lots of money from these desserts.
2. Strawberries Arnaud
This dessert is found in New Orleans and is priced at $1.4 million. It comes with a bowl of strawberries and a 4.7 karat pink diamond. So let me get this straight, a bowl of fruit + a ring = $1.4million...
3. The Golden Phoenix Cupcake
This dessert is found in Dubai and is priced at $1,000. It has vanilla beans from Uganda, has edible gold and is placed on a 24 karat gold cake stand. $1,000 for that small piece of cupcake... sounds reasonable.
4. The Diamond Fruitcake
This dessert is found in Japan is priced at $1.65 million. As the name implies, it's a fruitcake consisting of 223 diamonds. Why don't they make it 500 diamonds and make it cost $20 million?? Might as well. By the way, who even likes fruitcake...
5. The Golden Opulence Sundae
6. The Fortress Stilt Fishermen Indulgence
This dessert is found in Sri Lanka and is priced at $14,500. As the name suggests, it portrays a man of stilts. Also, there's a 80 karat aquamarine. A eight year old can draw that.. should that cost as much?
7. Frrrozen Haute Chocolate
This dessert is from New York City (once again) and is priced at $25,000. It contains cocoa from fourteen different places (because why not) and is in a goblet decorated with gold and diamonds.
8. Platinum Cake
This dessert is found in Japan and is priced at $130,000. It is covered in plain white frosting and decorated with pounds and pounds of platinum jewelry. No offense, but that doesn't even look that pretty.
9. Pierre Herme Macarons
This dessert is found in Paris and is priced at $7,414. While this may seem like nothing compared to others listed, don't forget that these macarons are itty bitty. Some of these macarons include fine balsamic vinegar, fleur de sel, or even red grape! Makes sense why it costs so much.... not really. I have some red grapes too! Cool I can start selling macarons for that much!
10. Three Twins Ice Cream
This dessert is found in Tanzania and is priced at $60,000. It costs so much because it comes from the disappearing glaciers of Mount Kilimanjaro. It's cool how they already know that those glaciers are disappearing and yet they still use it to make ice cream..... hmmm smart.