10. Noka Chocolate, Vintage Collection $854 per pound
Probably the simplest dessert on the list, the Vintage Collection provided by Noka Chooclate comes in at an expensive $854 per pound.
9. Golden Opulence Sundae $1,000
Made of the best of the best, the Golden Opulence Sundae, provided by New York City restaurantSerendipity 3, will add $1000 to your bill.
8. The Brownie Extraordinaire $1,000
Yo can try this dessert next time you’re on the East Coast of the U.S.- if you’re willing to dish out $1,000. The Brownie Extraordinaire is sold at Brule, a restaurant in the Tropicana Resort located in Atlantic City, New Jersey
7. The Sultan’s Golden Cake $1,000
If you’ve ever wanted to try an edible brick of gold, this dessert is definitely for you. It’s available at the Ciragan Palace Kempinski Hotel located in Istanbul, for the hefty price of $1,000.
6. Macaroons Haute Couture $7,414
Macaroons aren’t too hard to find in today’s world. They are simply two meringue puffs that are held together with butter cream.
5. The Fortress Stilt Fisherman Indulgence $14,500
They say food presentation is very important, and when it comes to the Fortress Stilt Fisherman Indulgence, there is no doubt.
4. Frrrozen Haute Chocolate $25,000
Another Serendipity 3 dessert, the Frrozen Haute Chocolate is definitely a drink that no one will ever forget. At the price of $25,000, you can enjoy the frozen drink with the consistency of a slushy that contains a variety of cocoas from over 14 countries
3. Platinum Cake $130,000
Created by a Japanese pastry chef named Nobue Ikara, the Platinum Cake rings in at the tiny price of $130,000, and is any platinum lover’s dream.
2. Strawberries Arnaud $1.4 million (READ TO KNOW WHY).
As we’ve all heard, things are not always what they seem, and this saying applies to the Strawberries Arnaud perfectly. If you go to Arnaud’s restaurant in New Orleans’ French Quarter, you see nothing more than a bowl of strawberries topped with cream and mint. Yet, somehow they are worth $1.4 million? Look a bit harder and you’ll find a one-of-a-kind 4.7-carat pink diamond once belonging to Sir Ernest Cassel, an English royal finance advisor.
1. Diamond Fruitcake $1.65 million
For many of us, Christmas is all about spending time with family, enjoying a nice meal, and of course spending money on gifts for everyone. But, would you be daring enough to dish about $1.65 million for cake?