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The extravagent two-layer hexagonal fruit cake from Takashimaya Department Store in Tokyo is studded with 223 diamonds that total 170 carats.
This confection from Lindeth Howe Country House in England mirrors the shape of a Fabergé egg and is layered with champagne jelly.
These meringue puffs from Pierre Hermé in Paris are made to order with ingredients like balsamic vinegar, fleur de sel, red wine and peanut butter.
The cupcake from Bloomsbury in Dubai is wrapped in 23 carats of edible gold sheets and is made from ingredients imported from Italy, Uganda and the United Kingdom.
This white cake from Nobue Ikara in Japan is draped in platinum chains, necklaces, pins, pendants and edible foils.
The frozen treat from Serendipity 3 in New York is fused with 5 grams of edible 23-carat gold and served in a diamond-studded goblet.
The decadent treat from Barton G. in Los Angeles is made from Valrhona double chocolate bittersweet brownie, house-made Tahitian vanilla bean ice cream, chocolate ganache, gold-dusted chocolate spoons and 24-carat edible gold flake.
This Italian sweet treat from Jasper Restaurant in Kansas City, Mo., is filled with whipped ricotta cheese, mixed with candied lemons and comes with an Italian diamond studded necklace.
This gold-leaf Italian cassata from Fortress Resort in Sri Lanka is made from fruit-infused Irish cream, Dom Pérignon and a chocolate carving in the shape of a local stilt fisherman, adorned with an 80-carat aquamarine gemstone.
Krispy Kreme gets swanky in the U.K.! This doughnut is made from Dom Pérignon 2002 champagne jelly, white chocolate flowers dusted with gold, edible diamonds and 24-carat gold leaf.
This decadent sweet truffle from Knipschildt Chocolatier in Connecticut is individually wrapped and presented on a bed of sugar pearls.
This treat from Serendipity 3 in New York is made from Tahitian vanilla ice cream infused with Madagascar vanilla beans, topped with 23-carats of edible gold leaf and is meant to be eaten with an 18-carat gold spoon.
This cupcake from The Palazzo in Las Vegas is made from Venezuelan chocolate, Tahitian vanilla butter cream, 100-year-old cognac and topped with edible gold frosting.
This treat from The Langham Hotel in Chicago is made from three different types of vanilla ice cream, salted caramel, hot fudge, caramelized golden peanuts, Hennessy VSOP cognac, butterscotch, dark chocolate croquant and 24-carat gold dust.