Alaska October 09, 2018
Your Sweet Tooth Is No Match For These 6 Epic Desserts In Alaska
Alaska has a rich tradition of gardening, as fresh fruits and vegetables have always come from very far away unless grown locally. A little patch of soil near the home provides some delicious fresh food. The hillsides and forests provide us with a rainbow of berries as well. These are all combined in kitchens and restaurants to create epic desserts that Alaskans love, some as large as the state itself.
1. Butter Cake with Raspberries at SALT, 200 Seward Street, Juneau
Raisin brown butter cake with a raisin chantilly, pistachios, fresh raspberries, raspberry sauce and gold leaf. A truly epic and exquisite dessert from this elegant kitchen in Alaska's capital city. Featuring raspberries, the wild variety are an Alaskan delicacy in the summer season.
2. Baked Alaska at Seven Glaciers, 1000 Arlberg Road, Alyeska Prince Resort, Girdwood
Baked Alyeska is an elaborate creation with two kinds of mousse, ganache and meringue topped with a sugared decoration. This dessert has been widely acclaimed and you will love this delicious specialty.
3. Homemade Cake at Wolf Run, 3360 Wolf Run, Fairbanks
Triple Chocolate Cake is to-die-for at this Fairbanks location, long known for having delicious sweet treats by their homey fireplace.
4. Cheesecake at Zudy's Cafe, 501 Railway Avenue, Seward
This excellent kitchen churns out delicately flavored amazing cheesecakes of all varieties, like this special Chocolate Avocado Cheesecake with walnut crust. Any time you visit there will be something sweet, creamy and delicious fresh that day.
5. Strawberry Rhubarb Pie at the Talkeetna Roadhouse, Main Street, Talkeetna
Rhubarb is one of those truly Alaska flavors as the wide leaves grow well in the long days and cool temperatures of northern summers. Try their classic pie warm and a la mode for a perfect sweet bite on a cool day.
6. Wild Alaskan Flavors of Ice cream at Wild Scoops,
This original ice cream shop makes all sorts of wild flavors inspired by Alaska, local products, and wildberries. You will have to return again and again as there are so many options to explore.
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Have you had an epic dessert in Alaska? Tell us about it in the comments below.