Silky sweet cheese with strawberry syrup and graham cracker crumbles
Fun fact: Cheesecake is believed to have originated in ancient Greece when they were served to the athletes during the first Olympic gamesin 776 B.C.
Creamy sweet cheese with a hint of Oreos
Fun fact: The Oreo cookie was developed and produced by Nabisco in February 1912 at its Chelsea factory in New York City. A marketing campaign called the DSRL (Double Stuf Racing League) was started in 2008 to see who was the fastest to twist, lick, and dunk their oreos.
Creamy lemon with eggs and sugar that will delight your senses
Fun fact: Christopher Columbus planted the first lemon trees in America in 1493. Lemons are believed to have originated from India, near the Himalayans.
Traditional filling of sweet mashed red bean
Fun fact: Red bean paste originated from China and it is made by boiling and mashing azuki beans.
Fresh mashed taro with sweet and salty twist
Fun fact: In Hawaiian culture, taro is the “elder brother” of Hawaiians. Taro is considered a way of survival and prosperity.
Homemade creamy chocolate
Fun fact: Chocolate contains alkanoids, which have physiological effects on the body. Scientists claim that when eaten in moderation, chocolate can lower blood pressure.
Hunk full of chocolate and walnuts
Fun fact: Walnuts are packed with omega-3 fatty acids which raises good cholesterol and chocolate which is said to improve blood flow and reduce formation of clots.
Creamy chocolate wrapped around marshmallows and graham cracker crumble
Fun fact: The name “s’more” means “some more,” as in: “give me some more.”
PB & J
Crunchy peanut butter with fresh strawberry jam
Fun fact: Both peanut butter and jelly were on the U.S. Military ration menus in WWII. It is said that soldiers used jelly to make their peanut butter easier to eat.
Chunky peanut butter with creamy chocolate
Fun fact: Reese’s peanut butter cups were created in 1928 by H.B. Reese, a former dairy farmer and Milton Hershey, a shipping foreman.
Hazelnut chocolate filling
Fun fact: The first jar of Nutella left the factory in Alba on April 20, 1964.
Hazelnut chocolate with bits of fresh banana and pieces of walnuts
Fun fact: In the 1940’s Mr. Pietro Ferrero, founder of Ferrero company, created a hazelnut spread since there was a shortage of chocolate supply in WWII rationing. Hazelnuts at the time were plentiful in northwest Italy.
Black sesame paste
Fun Fact: Black sesame seeds contain about 60% more calcium than hulled sesame seeds.
Silky combination of milk and eggs to form a delicious smooth custard
Fun Fact: Custard was used by the ancient Greeks and Romans as one of the ingredients that went into the mix that they used for building their statues with.
Green Tea Cheesecake
Silky sweet cheese with green tea and graham cracker crumbles
Fun Fact: Some evidence suggest that regular green tea drinkers may have a lower risk of developing heart disease and certain types of cancer.
A sweet and salty perfection of caramel
Fun fact: Many desserts are made with caramel some of which include creme brulee, caramel apples, and pralines.
Chocolate Covered Strawberry (Seasonal)
Fresh strawberry wrapped in rich chocolate
Fun fact: Lorraine Lorusso was the creator of chocolate covered strawberries during the 1960′s. She introduced them at a store named “Stop n Shop” located in Chicago, Illinois.
Red Bean with Strawberry (Seasonal)
Fresh strawberry wrapped in a sweet red bean paste
Fun fact: Red bean paste originated from China. Mainly used in Chinese and Korean cuisine and Japanese confectionary.
Pumpkin Cheesecake (Seasonal)
Creamy sweet cheese with a touch of pumpkin puree
Fun fact: The world record pumpkin in 2007 was 1689 pounds, grown by Joe Jutras in Topsfield, Massachusetts.
Chocolate Mint (Seasonal)
Home made creamy chocolate with a hint of mint flavor
Fun fact: Mint was originally used to treat stomach aches and chest pains.
Homemade mango pudding
Fun Fact: Mango is rich in phytochemicals and nutrients and accounts for almost half of all tropical fruits produced worldwide.
Silky smooth coconut pudding
Fun Fact: This is a dessert that is usually found at luaus and local gatherings in Hawaii.