Slideshow: 11 Sweet Treats from Decadence at L.A. Food & Wine

OMG Cookie
OMG Cookie
By the evening's hostess, Sherry Yard, this was a deliciously chewy, chocolate cookie pop, which apparently also made the menu at the Kardashian nuptials...
Sourdough Sundae
Sourdough Sundae
From Elizabeth Falkner of San Francisco's Citizen Cake: grilled sourdough ice cream topped with grape syrup, salted Spanish peanuts, halvah, and whipped cream.
Chocolate cake
Chocolate cake
Johnny Iuzzini presented chocolate cake, dusted with crunchy, slightly savory chocolate powder and drizzled with elegant, supremely earthy curry mayonnaise. It looked a little bit like that the kind of dirt cake you made in elementary school, but the texture and taste were elevated deliciousness.
Deep fried bread pudding
Deep fried bread pudding
Zac Young of New York's Flex Mussels brought deep fried caramel apple bread pudding, topped with crème fraiche mousse, and what he called "disco cranberries"—berries gussied up with glitter.
Salted caramel sandwich cookies
Salted caramel sandwich cookies
In addition to cider caramel milkshakes served with apple butter doughnuts, Mindy Segal of Chicago's Mindy's Hot Chocolate, offered up three kinds of sandwich cookie, including the salted caramel version pictured here.
Chcolate marshmallow
Chcolate marshmallow
Donald Wressell from San Francisco's Guittard Chocolate presented a rainbow of chocolate confections, but his simple chocolate marshmallow stood out for its perfect springy texture and subtly sweet cocoa flavor.
Almond upside down cake
Almond upside down cake
Pastry chef at New York's Babbo (and regular SE contributor) Gina DePalma contributed this toothsome, aromatic almond cake with rum zabaglione.
Olive oil cake
Olive oil cake
Top Chef Just Desserts season one winner Yigit Pura presented olive oil cake topped with Thai basil caviar ("from Thai basil fish," he explained) and passion fruit-banana sorbet.
Chocolate cheerios
Chocolate cheerios
These were actually from the Grand Tasting earlier in the day, but the dark chocolate coated Cheerios from Madame Chocolat in Beverly Hills, were memorable enough that even after gorging on an evening's worth of sweets, we still had a craving for them at midnight.