World’s Most Expensive Dessert

Following are some of the most expensive desserts in the world.

Created in the style of a Faberge Easter egg, the extravagant chocolate pudding has broken the world record for most expensive dessert. Its expensive ingredients include gold, champagne caviar and a two-carat diamond. The decadent dessert was created by Marc Guibert, head chef at Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel in the UK.

The dessert is launched at the occasion of National Chocolate Week and is priced at whopping $34,370.14.  It is layered with champagne jelly and a biscuit joconde before being finished off with dark chocolate and glazed with an edible gold leaf. But, the pudding can only claim its place in the Guinness Book of World Records when a customer pays for it. Theirs contains 24 carat edible Swiss gold and is lined with 23 carat edible gold leaf.

Diamond Fruitcake: This is probably the most expensive dessert in the world. There exists a fruitcake, created by Japanese pastry chef Jeong Hong-yong, which is studded with diamonds and costs a whopping $1.65 million. It took six months to develop and a whole month to convert it from an idea to the edible luxury cake that it is.

Studded with 223 small diamonds, this cake is the most expensive dessert in the world. All the other ingredients that went into this cake, besides the diamonds, remain a mystery. The chef decided to auction off the cake on Christmas Day at an exhibit entitled Diamonds: Nature’s Miracle.

At least I don’t have teeth strong enough to eat diamonds!

Frozen Haute Chocolate: Serendipity 3, in New York now presents Frozen Haute Chocolate priced at an amazing $25,000. This hot chocolate is made from a blend of 28 cocoas from around the world and consists of five grams of edible 23 carat gold. It is also presented in a goblet lined with edible gold with an 18 carat gold and diamond bracelet at its base.

Strawberries Arnaud: Available at Arnaud’s in the French Quart of New Orleans, these fantastic strawberries were marinated in the finest port. They were served with mint, cream and one other very special topping—a 4.7-carat pink diamond ring once owned by English financier Sir Ernest Cassel.

The Fortress Stilt Fisherman Indulgence Dessert: This exotic specialty is the best dessert from Sri Lanka. The popular concept of Stilt fishing is portrayed with delicious dessert ingredients like chocolate, exotic fruit, and Irish cream.

Chocopologie by Knipschildt : It is another amazing experience for your taste buds. The chocolate store founded in 1999 by Fritz Knipschildt sells the most expensive chocolate truffle around the world at around $5,000 per kilogram or $250.00 each.

Noka chocolate : The chocolate made by Noka is known for being one of the finest and most delicious chocolates in the world. With cocoa from the finest regions in the world, such as Venezuela Ecuador or Côte d’Ivoire, their Vintage collection at $854 per pound delivers a unique, classic aroma with no emulsifier whatsoever.