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October 14th. has been designated as National Dessert Day! No, it is not a Palm Beach County holiday, but a national holiday according to NationalToday.com.  Treat yourself!  Calories do not count today, so make sure to pick up that box of donuts, cookies, or a decadent cake you may have been dreaming about for quite some time. 

Cash in those boring salad points, miles on the treadmill, and reward yourself with the once in a blue moon decadence. Why do you spend exuberant amounts of time in the gym?

Whole Foods in Palm Beach Gardens has a delightful selection of sweets.  Perhaps try Doris’ Gourmet Italian Market for tiramisu or a cannoli or two.  Try Crumbl in Alton for fabulous cookies!

You’ve earned it!  The gym will be there in the

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 National Cupcake Day has finally arrived. Naturally, this is an entire day dedicated to enjoying your favorite miniature cakes topped with icing or other sweet treats. This year, the day, which takes place on December 15th each year, falls on a Tuesday. That means you have a perfect excuse to indulge! In celebration of the special day, let us look at some local Palm Beach County cupcake shoppes you may enjoy them.

In the grand scheme of desserts, cupcakes are a relatively new treat, but they have been around for a few hundred years. The small, individual cakes have been widely enjoyed in the United States since the 19th century, but their history extends further back than that. The first mention of cupcakes occurred around 1796 in a cookbook,

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Picking a favorite dessert seems like a nearly impossible task, but somehow every state in the US has managed to have a different favorite listed as their state’s dessert.  Some remain loyal to the original classics like sugar cookies, peppermint paddies, hot chocolate, and gingerbread cookies while other states prefer a non-traditional holiday dessert.

Floridians have chosen their favorite dessert to serve this holiday season. The top dessert to serve at holiday is cheesecake in the state. Cheesecake was also a favorite in several other states. Cheesecake is one of those desserts that is a classic and favorite among many.

Cheesecake Recipe

Ingredients:

For the crust: Cooking spray, 9 graham crackers (finely crushed), 6 tablespoons of melted

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Life can be challenging at times, so lighten up and treat yourself to something sweet. The northern Palm Beach County has an abundance of sweet treats spots ready for indulgent sampling.  For the average person, there is nothing wrong with sugar per se, unless all the sweet foods in your daily diet are keeping you from eating and drinking the nutritious foods you need. Moderation is always the key.

It is common to have sugar cravings. The yearning stems from both physical and psychological causes. Did you realize when you eat sugar your brain absorbs more of the amino acid tryptophan from your blood? Your brain uses tryptophan to manufacture serotonin. Serotonin is the neurotransmitter responsible for feelings of comfort and elevated mood. The effect

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When your sweet tooth is kicking, the Palm Beaches have you covered. Here are some of the best local options for after dinner, or whenever you want dessert.

Palm Beach Ice Cream

Palm Beach Ice Cream’s selections are also available in hand-packed pints and quarts, no matter what flavor you wish to bring home

  • Address: 6761 W Indiantown Rd # 24, Jupiter, FL 33458

Le Macaron

Le Macaron is a boutique French bakery offering Nespresso coffee, artisan chocolates, fresh baked pastries, gelato, and 20 flavors of gluten free, hand-made macarons.

  • Address: 600 S Rosemary Ave #166, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Sloan’s

With two locations in West Palm Beach, one in Palm Beach Gardens, Boca Raton, and Delray Beach, Sloan’s

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