New York | DESSERTS

A sample of the incredible sweets you'll find in my new cookbook-meets-travelogue, 'The Desserts of New York (And How to Eat Them All)'.
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Cucumber + mint popsicles | The Desserts Of New York cookbook

TIP For grown-ups, freeze the mixture into large ice cubes and serve with gin on the rocks.

The 'everything' doughnut at The Doughnut Project, West Village, NYC. | The Desserts Of New York cookbook

The 'everything' doughnut at The Doughnut Project, West Village, NYC. | The Desserts Of New York cookbook

Salty honey pie at Four & Twenty Blackbirds, Gowanus, NYC. | The Desserts of New York cookbook

Salty honey pie at Four & Twenty Blackbirds, Gowanus, NYC. | The Desserts of New York cookbook

Blueberry, coffee + popcorn sundae at Cookshop, Chelsea, NYC | The Desserts Of New York cookbook

Blueberry, coffee + popcorn sundae at Cookshop, Chelsea, NYC

Butter & Scotch's Birthday Cake | The Desserts of New York cookbook

Desserts of New York by Yasmin Newman. Photography by Alicia Taylor

Black sesame cream puffs | The Desserts of New York cookbook (Photo: Alicia Taylor)

Hi, I'm Yasmin Newman and I'm a food and travel writer, photographer and presenter.

Burnt butter chocolate chip cookies | The Desserts Of New York cookbook

TIPS If the cookies cool and harden, warm them slightly in a low oven or in the microwave and they’ll spring back to life (it’s all about the melted chocolate and cookie goo). You can also freeze the dough balls and bake them when you’re ready.

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