This, friends, is an ice-cream-cake moon, with real craters, created by British design agency Doshi Levien, in association with Häagen-Dazs. Did you hear me? HÄAGEN-DAZS ICE CREAM CAKE MOON. Fly me to the moon and let me nom among the stars!Yum. One small step for nom, one giant leap for nomkind.
As we all know, everything delicious is terrible for you. That is especially true of sweets, which are so tasty but also can cause nasty things like diabetes. Still, most of us are able to convince ourselves that eating sugar probably won't kill us. Sure, but you know what will happen if we keep stuffing our faces…
Libya? Meh. Japan? So yesterday. The big news of the moment: cupcakes in jars. They're on Oprah. They're on Today. And they will not be ignored.
Betty Crocker has been around for 83 years. But in corporate America age does not equal wisdom, and so the company's running an awful OMG I HAVE PMS MUST EAT BROWNIES campaign with their compelling new PMS SOS iPhone app.
If you get the chance, see the documentary Kings of Pastry. If only to remind yourself that not all pastry chefs are whiny, self-indulgent crazy babies like the ones on Top Chef: Just Desserts.
Whoopie Pies? Macarons? So three months ago. The latest star of the bakery case? Our money's on truck-stop staple Moon Pies.
You may have heard the story before: woman goes to Neiman-Marcus/Mrs. Fields, orders cookie, loves cookie, requests recipe, is told it's "two-fifty" and is shocked to get a credit-card statement for $250. For revenge, she shares with the world:
Our recent poll to determine the next "it" sweet merely showed how narrow-minded we were. Your many delicious write-in candidates have revealed the error of our ways — and necessitated a runoff.
There are few things I consider myself to be an expert on in this world, and one of those things is candy. So you'll have to forgive my rage when it comes to the Fling.
Kraft has reformulated Oreos to appeal to Chinese consumers, including making the cookies less sweet and creating Oreo wafers, which are more appealing to the Chinese than cookies. Watch the video after the jump.