In a city where your traditional trifle or bread and butter pudding just won’t cut it, London’s dessert creators are entering seriously extra territory. We’ve got the (ice-cream) scoop on the most elaborate desserts around town.
Chin Chin Ice Cream
Cake… Cookie… The old sticky toffee… Can’t make your mind up? Why not have them all!
While their origin was ice cream made with hand churned liquid nitrogen, I for one am glad that Chin Chin Ice Cream has expanded their menu to include all the desserts your heart could desire.
Choose your favourite combo, flavours and toppings to make jaw-droppers like this Tiramisu Sundae in Soho: Espresso soaked fudgy brownie cookie, whipped mascarpone cream, coffee and olive oil ice cream, molten crack and lots of cocoa powder. I know.
All aboard the Milk Train! I’m not getting off; you will forever find me at this ice cream cafe in Covent Garden. All I can say is if my next ice cream doesn’t look this magical, I ain’t interested.
For the plant-based foodies among us, a trip to Humbledough in Kensington is a no-brainer. Deciding which flavour to have, however, may take a little more time! This raw, edible cookie dough is vegan and gluten free, but you don’t have to be plant-based to enjoy these little pots of joy.
These eye-catching macaroon ice cream sandwiches near Leicester Square take dessert decorations to the next level. From Easter bunnies and chicks, to these unicorn faces, they’re are almost too cute to eat! I said almost.
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Saving the best for last if you’re a chocoholic like me. Chocolates, cakes, chocolate covered cakes. Genuinely cannot cope. This Italian chocolatier, with branches in Fitzrovia and Soho, knows what it’s doing.
I don’t know about you but my dessert standards have been heightened after this.
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