Dessert was an edible terrarium. The dish contained chocolate mousse, mango cake "dirt," pink guava sorbet, and chocolate rocks.
New York Food Company is offering a variety of sweet treats for Valentine’s Day. Options include individually sized red velvet chocolate mousse cakes, which will be available until February 16. The desserts cost $3.95 each and are available throughout Southern California.
Make an (Edible!) Terrarium
Incredible DIY Edible Terrarium With Candy And Chocolate
French-vanilla ice cream, whole milk, and brandy blended and served in a highball glass, by Joel Catering and Special Events in New Orleans
French-vanilla ice cream, whole milk, and brandy blended and served in a highball glass, by Joel Catering and Special...
Snack on One of These Edible Terrariums
Create a visually stunning faux-terrarium — made of candy and chocolate cupcakes.
10 Inventive Ideas for Frozen Desserts
Edible terrarium cups complete with rocks, mushrooms and succulents will make you forget all about dirt cups
Nature-inspired terrarium pudding cups are almost too realistic to eat.
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For dessert, servers passed wild Ontario blueberry and ice wine shooters, served warm.
For dessert, servers passed wild Ontario blueberry and ice wine shooters, served warm. Photo: BizBash
Cotton candy gets a sophisticated makeover in the hands of Sugar & Spun. The company uses all-natural and artisanal ingredients, including organic raw sugar and dried toppings and powders, to create unconventional flavors such as black sesame, spiced mango, salted chocolate almond, and latte. The spun sugar comes in 32-ounce tubs for $4.50 each, or 16-ounce tubs for $3 each (additional sizes are available on request). There is a 20-count minimum; pickup at one of the company’s locations along the San Francisco Peninsula is free, and delivery within San Francisco costs $20. Allow three days' advance notice.
Cotton candy gets a sophisticated makeover with all-natural and artisanal ingredients, including organic raw sugar and dried toppings and powders.
Boston’s Wicked Good Cupcakes puts a new spin on the classic dessert with its Wicked Good to Go cupcake-in-a-jar treats. Each glass jar hold. Photo: Courtesy of Wicked Good Cupcakes
Recording Academy's "Grammy Celebration" After-Party: Patina’s catering included edible flowers on desserts, meant to conjure natural and fanciful environments.
Big Top Theme
Big Top Theme: This year's "Give Kids the World" benefit took place at the Hyatt Regency Orlando in May and had an "Under the Big Top" theme. For dessert, executive pastry chef Alain Vergnault put together a confection that combined caramel apple cake, cotton candy, and soft-serve-style vanilla crème fraîche.
'Wizard of Oz' Theme
In the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago hosted a gala with a Wizard of Oz theme. Limelight Catering's desserts included a summer berry and lemonade cake parfait with a ruby slipper garnish. Photo: Barry Brecheisen for BizBash
letscookvegan: “ Blueberry Chia Parfait w. Tahini Granola by 💙 Recipe: (Serves: Ingredients Blueberry chia parfait ½ cup cashews (soak cashews) ½ cup + 2 tbsp creamy coconut milk or other plant-based milk (I used ½ cup coconut milk.