Dessert in Delray Beach, Florida

Your friends will thank you!

You’re craving something… What is it? Is it salty or sweet? Personally, I am always craving a salty treat! On rare occasions, I will *NEED* something sweet. Today was one of those days. How about some dessert in Delray?

Let’s go on an adventure to Delray Beach, Florida! As a disclaimer, there is obviously more to Delray than Atlantic Avenue; our choices will just all be either on or a few blocks away from Atlantic Avenue. The first step- find a parking spot along the street or park in the Old School Square Parking Garage near Atlantic Avenue. Depending on which day your sweet tooth comes a’ calling, you may get free parking. There’s free parking in this parking garage from Sunday-Wednesday. On Thursday-Saturday, there is free parking before 4 p.m. and $5 after 4 p.m.-midnight. So, even if you’re just begging for a dessert in Delray after 4 p.m., it’ll only be $5, which is a lot cheaper than City Place in West Palm Beach, Fl.

You: Enough about parking!! Get to it, lady!

FY&I Frozen Yogurt and Ice Cream Shop

Although it may seem generic, I could never have enough frozen yogurt. I LOVE IT. But for our friends who are not as crazy about froyo, there are plenty of ice cream flavors to choose from. With its location being in the hub of restaurants, it is perfect for an after-dinner- dessert in Delray. According to their website, “FY&I also offers Protein Shakes, Birthday Cakes, Sundaes, Pies, Banana Splits, Milkshakes and Candies.” There ya’ go! Go get your sweet treats on!

Ice Cream

Look at all of those toppings! DROOLING. EVERY. WHERE.

Le Macaron French Pastries

Although they do have a website, their Delray location can best be found on Facebook. The story of this place’s origin is a sweet one of a mother-daughter relationship whose only dream was to educate American French food enthusiasts on what authentic macarons (and not macaroons) taste and look like.

Upon entering this adorable spot, I felt as if I had been transported to a French cafe in a small, ambiguous French village…Seriously, I was waiting for Belle to pass by singing, “There goes the baker with his tray like always.” The woman working behind the counter had a French accent and the most wonderful personality! She was helpful and almost as sweet as the decadent treats she so very quickly sold us on.

basic white chocolate

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Such a cute spot for dessert in Delray! We can’t say enough. Go visit!

Two Fat Cookies

Although the word “cookies” is in the title, cookies aren’t the only things these pros make at Two Fat Cookies. As much as I enjoy cookies, I had to get this stunner cupcake after the baker told me there was a surprise inside!

SPOILER ALERT. The surprise is Skittles! After neither writing down the name of this cupcake nor finding it online, I am thinking that perhaps they have an assortment of cupcakes that they make and not all are on the website! All the more reason to visit them in person!

Here’s another cupcake we tried! Unfortunately, there wasn’t a surprise in this one, but, man, was it good!!!cupcaketwo fat cookiestwo fat cookies

After you grab a dessert in Delray, stop by the Morikami Museum and Japanese Garden, which is just a short drive from all of these dessert locations.

It was incredibly hard limiting it to just three of our favorite spots. Which ones did we forget? Which dessert in Delray Beach, Florida will you choose?

Tell us in the comments which of the three you would visit!

Happy sweet treat eating!

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