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Delhiwaalas <3 #DessertBazaar! | The Sweetest Day in Delhi

Editors posted on 22nd May

If you weren't at Hauz Khas Social on the 17th of May, you missed the energy of the {over} 1,400 people who turned up, sweet guns blazing, to devour  desserts from home bakers, gelato and popsicle makers, and some of the best tea and coffee creators in town.

13 dessert stalls, a counter dedicated to iced lattes, iced rose tea and shakes, a DIY dessert corner, selfies and photo-ops with LBB's props - #DessertBazaar and #Lbbdessert - came with a mix of Pharrell, JT and Kygo, and the kind of sugar high that had everyone tapping their feet. Meeting new folks from around town and hanging out with no inhibitions - the happiest Dessert Fiesta in town was all this and much more.

Mars Bars Cheesecake by Brown Box, Tiramisu Popsicle by Frugurpops, Cherry liqueur chocolates by Sugarama, Ice Cream Cake by Bedazzled, Mojito Cupcakes by Wake and Bake, Strawberry and Tequila ice cream by Mimi's Gelato, savoury tarts by Rose Cafe, Hippie cupcakes by Feliz Papilles, Chocolate Crunchy by Fudge, Custard Tarts by Ambrosia, gluten free chocolate fudge cake by Minimimi, Lemon Meringue Tarts by LovnOven and B 52 cupcakes by All Things Yummy were the hits of Dessert Bazaar! The whole village was abuzz with excitement, given that it was inundated with Delhiwaalas carrying boxes and carry bags packed with dessert, all bought at the Bazaar!

The icing on the cake was watching all our wonderful bakers and dessert makers pack up a load of empty containers -  all stalls were pretty much SOLD OUT!

So, if you weren't at Hauz Khas Social on the 17th of May, here's what you missed out on |

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From the crew at Little Black Book, a big shout out to the folks at Hauz Khas Social for opening their venue to the Dessert Bazaar, way before their scheduled official opening, to all the remarkable participants for whipping up an array of the most decadent desserts, and to all the Delhiwaalas who made the first Little Black Book Bazaar such a roaring success. Thank you for making it happen!