Warning: This is not your average dessert. It may be a foodie indulging experience but definitely not comforting in the wallet. This Frozen Haute was tagged by Guinness as the world's most expensive dessert, priced at $25,000. This mouth watering extravagant dessert was made possible by Stephen Bruce, the owner of Manhattan restaurant Serendipity 3, and luxury jeweller Euphoria New York.
What makes this confection ultra special? It contains 14 of the most expensive and exotic cocoas from across the world, 0.2 ounces of edible 23-carat gold, and a side of La Madeline au Truffe (described as "the most extravagant chocolate in the world") from Knipschildt Chocolatier, which sells for $2,600 a pound.
If you wish to get a taste of Frozen Haute, it's good to know that you'll eat it with a gold spoon decorated with white- and chocolate-coloured diamonds and there's an 18-carat gold bracelet with one carat of white diamonds around the base - both of which you get to keep!