7 London desserts guaranteed to satisfy your sweet tooth

Unfortunately I haven’t had much time to be active on here lately as my life has been consumed by final year university work and dissertations – but at last, I managed to squeeze in some time to write a new article for The National Student! It is about one of my favourite things in the world, desserts, and where you can find the best ones in London (your teeth won’t thank you but your heart will). Check out an excerpt below:

A truly comprehensive guide of every dessert in London could probably wrap around the city itself. Instead, here is a selection of some of the quirkiest and most delicious sugary delicacies that are a must on your next trip to the capital.

1. Naked Dough

Following the cookie dough trend that skyrocketed in the US, Naked Dough is the UK’s first cookie dough café which, in its few years of existence, has taken London by storm. Head to one of their quirky cafes in Westfield, Shoreditch or Oxford Circus to get an indulgent scoop of cookie dough in flavours ranging from ‘Unicorn Food’ to ‘Emoji Poos’.

2. Chin Chin Labs 

Since 2010, Chin Chin labs has been pushing the boundaries of frozen indulgence by making ice cream with liquid nitrogen. Located in Camden and Soho, all their ice cream is organic and made in-shop. Go simple with a scoop of the good stuff or try concoctions like the Sticky Toffee Sundae or toasted Marshmallow hot chocolate…”

To read the full article, check it out here! I apologise again in advance for less activity over the next few months as I focus on my coursework but I do have some exciting projects coming up soon so stay tuned xx

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