This brand new collection is something never seen before. These are custom mixes of glitter in sizes and shapes, layered with accenting colors of foil flakes, to give you a unique one of a kind look EVERY time you use these glitters. These super one of a kind mixes are a must for anyone's collection.
As much as New Orleanians love our cocktails, we love our desserts just as much. This line was inspired by these yummy famous desserts. Next time you are here for a visit check out some of these yummy treats.
MG271 Oreo Cookie Waffle: This is a light teal chunky mix (.15, .25, .94) sprinkled with champagne gold dots, and layered with black and champagne gold foil flakes.
Waffles aren't technically a dessert, but these have Oreos, chocolate sauce, and whipped cream on them, so I'm counting them. Waffles on Maple whips up different crazy breakfast foods like pancakes and waffles with fun toppings. These Oreo Cookie Waffles are the perfect start to your day. Waffles on Maple also has other fun dessert waffles, including a homemade brownie waffle.
MG288 Dobites: This is a light pinky/purple chunky mix (.15, .25, .94) sprinkled with pink dots, and layered with gold and silver foil flakes.
A dobite is Bakery Bars' version of the petit four that's a mini four-layered cake with three layers of pudding or icing in the middle and fondant on the outside. You can order dobites for any party and can choose from 27 flavors that are both sweet and savory. Other than the classics, some of my favorites include bloody s'more, I used to be thin mint, fig white chocolate goat cheese, red velvet Elvis, and salted caramel.
MG299 Milk & Cookies: This is a magenta chunky mix (.15, .25, .94) sprinkled with champagne silver dots, and layered with silver and gold foil flakes.
Willa Jean is one of the most talked about restaurants in New Orleans. With fresh ingredients, a Southern-rustic feel, and all around great food, it is a go-to for many. Their twist on the classic milk and cookies is delicious. Chunky chocolate chip cookies with sea salt and creamy, refreshing milk to finish off everything off is the perfect afternoon pick-me-up.
MG303 Fig Cookie: This is a light blue chunky mix (.15, .25, .94) sprinkled with red dots, and layered with silver and magenta foil flakes.
Aglio NOLA is known for their cute fig cookies. They're an Italian tradition and a fan favorite. A shortbread cookie filled with fresh fig filling and topped with rainbow sprinkles, these are the perfect way to finish off a nice dinner.
MG304 Stuffed Snowball: This is a silver chunky mix (.15, .25, .94) sprinkled with silver dots, and layered with silver and dark blue foil flakes.
SNO-LA has quickly become one of the most talked about snowball stands in the Greater New Orleans Area. We are the home of the Original Cheesecake Stuffed snowball and we’re also the creator of the “snoball tasting”. Our Chantilly Cake and Oreo Cheesecake snoballs are hard to miss on social media sites. Our customers are drawn to our soft ice, excellent customer service and creative flavor combinations. Patrons can choose from a wide variety of flavors and they can even have their snowball made in one of our souvenir glass mason jars. We are open year round and we offer a unique indoor customer experience that also allows us to remain open during inclement weather.
MG306 Salty Malty Pie: This is a gold holo chunky mix (.15, .25, .94) sprinkled with silver dots, and layered with magenta foil flakes.
GW Fin's is a classy restaurant in New Orleans that's perfect for celebrations like birthday dinners, anniversary dinners, or even a date night. After a large and delicious dinner, you need to save room for dessert, because their Salty Malty Ice Cream Pie is so good. The mix of sweet and salty makes for the perfect after-dinner treat and is great for sharing.
MG309 Beignets: This is a light pink chunky mix (.15, .25, .94) sprinkled with pink dots, and layered with silver and gold foil flakes.
Beignets in New Orleans are a must. There are a ton of places to get beignets, but in my opinion Cafe du Monde is the best. Although there are usually long lines, it's completely worth the wait. Be prepared to have sticky hands and powdered sugar all over your face. This fried dough doused with powdered sugar is a local favorite and is definitely one of the best desserts in New Orleans.
MG348 Upperline Pecan Pie: This is a dark orange copper chunky mix (.15, .25, .94) sprinkled with gold dots, and layered with black and gold foil flakes.
Upperline's Louisiana Pecan Pie can be seen on every list of best slice of pecan pie in New Orleans. Everyone loves it! The pie itself looks delicious and gooey, especially when warmed up with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top.
MG351 Cannoli: This is a light turquoise chunky mix (.15, .25, .94) sprinkled with gold dots, and layered with gold foil flakes.
Angelo Brocato is an Italian pastry shop that opened in 1905 that's located in the heart of the French Quarter. They're famous for their gelato and cannolis, but also serve biscotti, other pastries, and, of course, Italian espresso and coffee. They have regular cannolis filled with ricotta and even chocolate-dipped cannolis topped with pistachios.
MG356 Bananas Foster: This is a yellow gold chunky mix (.15, .25, .94) sprinkled with gold dots, and layered with green and purple foil flakes.
Arnaud's is a fantastic restaurant for many reasons, including their hospitable service, fun band, and especially their bananas foster. Part of the fun of ordering bananas foster is that they make it for you table side, flames and everything. The creamy vanilla ice cream paired with the warm bananas and rum sauce makes for the perfect dessert.
MG357 Chocolate Bread Pudding: This is a red orange chunky mix (.15, .25, .94) sprinkled with gold dots, and layered with gold foil flakes.
When you sit down for dinner at Red Fish Grill on Bourbon Street, they suggest that you order it before dinner because otherwise the wait could be up to an hour. An hour. That's how famous this bread pudding is. The warm chocolate and flaky yet moist bread is to die for.