The most expensive dessert made in the US is the Frrrozen Haute Chocolate, which costs almost $25,000 to buy. The Serendipity 3 in New York City created this confection on November 7, 2007. It was a collaboration of sorts between the Euphoria of New York (jewelry store) and consists of a blend of 28 rich cocoas (which included 14 of the most expensive).
The dish it is served in contains 5g of edible gold (23-carat). The goblet from which it is served is lined with edible gold as well. The base of the goblet that contains the sundae is 18-carat gold bracelet with one-carat white diamonds. The flatware with which this very expensive confection can be eaten is a gold and diamond spoon, which can be taken home after the dessert is eaten.
The same restaurant makes a Golden Opulence Sundae priced at a $1,000. The dessert can get even more expensive if diners choose to add the Tahitian Vanilla Ice Cream covered in a 23-carat gold leaf covered with Amedei Porcelana and topped with pieces of Venezuelan Chuao, gold-coated almonds, and candied fruit. About 50 people a year order this particular confection.