October 31st is quickly approaching, so bakeries and restaurants all over New York City are gearing up for an annual sugar overload. Indulge your sweet tooth in these seasonal goodies, perfect to bring to a themed party or to treat your little ones on Halloween.
This classic American eat has been around for ages — but the doughnut is back in the spotlight, garnering all sorts of attention from the foodie community and even some spinoffs — have you heard of a little thing called ‘the Cronut’?
The latest specialty dessert shop to hit the Big Apple is Treat House, a so-called “crisped rice treat emporium,” devoted to selling creative versions of a childhood favorite, the Rice Krispy Treat.
The NORTH Nordic Food Festival starts in New York City on October 2, but you can get Scandinavian cuisine year-round at the best of the city’s Nordic restaurants—and one retailer—listed here.
In the cool weather, the temptation of a warm, gooey pastry for breakfast is tough to beat.
Life should be exciting — and so should your dessert. Macarons are a French treat getting an American twist at Dana’s Bakery, a New York City sweet shop which is revolutionizing the baked delight.
Just two months after launching Sugar and Plumm’s second New York location on Bleecker Street, the popular sweet shop has added “The Back Room at Sugar and Plumm.”
The latest specialty dessert shop to hit the Big Apple is The Treat House, a so-called “crisped rice treat emporium,” devoted to selling creative versions of a childhood favorite, the Rice Krispy Treat.
Congratulations, you made it to the end of the week, despite a brutal heat wave and subsequent sweatfest. Celebrate the end of the really, really hot week — cool down your Friday with one of these cold ice cream-based concoctions.
Hey, you worked hard for that summer beach body, don’t ruin it with too many hot fudge sundaes. Stop stressing about your diet (we’re serious!). Put your calorie-counting mind at ease when treating yourself to these healthier summer desserts in NYC.
We are marking Passover on The Couch with a special treat from our friends at the William Greenberg Bakery on the Upper East Side.
While many New Yorkers are excited to welcome the first day of spring Wednesday, there’s something else to be celebrated: NYC Macaron Day.
Liven up your Easter basket, cupboard, or handbag with five unusual chocolate confections made in New York.
It’s no secret that Mobile Couch loves sweet treats. TV 10-55′s Alex Denis visited the Buttercup Bake Shop on the East Side Tuesday morning.
Friday is National Girl Scout Cookie Day, and local Girl Scouts emma Lopez Fonte and Katie Genari visited The Couch to bring us some snacks.