From cupcakes, to cookies, to cake, Delta Desserts provided it all.
For those of you who are gluten-free and think that this dessert party excludes you, think again. There were plenty of gluten-free options that were just as delicious.
It wouldn’t be a dessert party if there wasn’t a cotton candy machine, which was a popular choice for many.
Since the night was Dr. Seuss themed to match Tri Delta’s philanthropy, there was a table labeled “Hop on Popcorn” that served popcorn, gluten free popcorn, kettle corn, and pop rocks.
One of the yummiest foods of the night according to various sources were the chocolate cake pops. As Briana Jones of Pi Beta Phi said, “They are just so moist!” I know, I’m getting hungry just even thinking about them.
This all sounds too good to be true right? We pay six dollars to eat all the desserts we want. Sounds fantastic. Well, as I and many others found out, Delta Desserts is so much more than that. Not only do we get stuffed to the brim with desserts, but the money raised at this event is donated to Tri Delta’s philanthropy, which supports the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Motivational posters and decorations lined the walls, which showed just how much this fundraiser actually does for the children at St. Jude.
With the amount of people who attended, you could say the event was a success. What a better way to support the research of children’s cancer than eating our way into a food coma. I am sure everyone who attended is still recovering, even days later. Overall, I think it is safe to say that people enjoyed themselves. I mean, who wouldn’t in a room full of desserts.
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