Sweet Las Vegas

I was rewarded with many options for getting my sweet on in Vegas.  From cupcakes to chocolate fountains.  To huge chocolate stores and famous French bakeries and local chocolate shops, I had my pick-and that was just in between meals.  Scroll down and see for yourself what Las Vegas has to offer to satisfy the sweet tooth. 
Sprinkles Cupcakes has a location in Vegas near the High Roller, on the Promenade.   Sprinkles was the very first cupcake shop.  There's nothing like an original!  

A cupcake ATM in front of the store shoots out a cupcake of your choice.

A Red Velvet and white cake with chocolate frosting were my picks from Sprinkles.

The tallest chocolate fountain in the world is at Jean Phillipe Patisserie at the Bellagio.   

There's a huge Hershey's store at New York New York now and it was a real treat to walk around and see chocolate everywhere. 

Although I didn't get any desserts, all of the cookies, cupcakes, cannoli's, and more looked incredible.   

Thomas Keller's Bouchon inside the Venetian hotel has French Macarons I'm still dreaming about.  The Salted Caramel Macaron was so good I ate it while I walked around and gawked at all the Italian touches in the hotel.

The Salted Caramel Macaron had a thick later of salted caramel in between the two layers instead of the usual buttercream filling.  It was amazingly tasty and the macaron itself was twice the size of the usual macaron.  

Ethel M's Chocolates is a Las Vegas chocolate company.  I couldn't resist buying two of their liquor filled chocolates.  We got a Agave Tequila chocolate and one with rum.  My tequila one was delicious and strong, almost like taking a shot.  I'll dig that.   

Sprinkles Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato Bouchon Bakery Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato Jean-Philippe Pâtisserie Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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