National Dessert Day: Delights that keep Members and Guests Coming Back for More
Posted on October 14, 2021
Happy National Dessert Day!
The favorite course for many, desserts have a way of making us feel happy inside and out! And there no better time than now than to spotlight a handful of desserts from golf courses or private clubs around the United States that are popular or unique and force members and guests to come back for more!
Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich, Fairwood Golf & Country Club
Despite starting as head Chef right at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Chef Brendan Vermillion of Fairwood Golf & Country Club found many ways to connect with the clubs members through culinary innovation. One of those innovations, a homemade ice cream cookie sandwich. Its become so popular, the staff has found that members visit the club on a lunch break or before going home, simply to grab one. You can learn more about these cookie sandwich’s and the great work Chef Brandon has done by CLICKING HERE.
Chocolate malt milkshake, Ak-Chin Southern Dunes Golf Club
This classic dessert was once so popular for golfers coming through Ak-Chin Southern Dunes in Maricopa, AZ that it once warranted it’s on shack on the course. Though this shack is no longer present, the popularity lives on. This milkshake in particular is no ordinary one and was actually inspired by another that was once distributed at one of the stops on the PGA Tour. The shaking doesn’t stop there, THE WEEK, the team at Southern Dunes is debuting a new milkshake for the 21+ crowd. A Root bourbon float with hard root beer, bourbon cream, salted bourbon caramel and ice cream. SIGN. US. UP!
Pineapple upside down cake, The Plantation House at Kapalua
When traveling to Hawaii, you have to have your pineapple fix. Kapalua has made part of your pineapple consumption a little more unique with this great dessert option. Made with the deliciously sweet Maui gold pineapple grown on the slopes of Haleakala. The sweetness of the pineapple, the buttery flavor of the toasted coconut flakes, the richness of their house made caramel rum sauce. Not to mention, the cooling refreshing flavor of the coconut pineapple ice cream sourced locally from Lapperts and finally garnished with crunchy cinnamon phyllo. The Plantation House Pineapple upside down cake will satisfy the most ravenous of sweet tooths while enjoying paradise.
Macaroons, BallenIsles Country Club
When having a meal at Bistro 105 at BallenIsles Country Club, dessert isn’t an option, it’s just a given. After every meal, members receive complimentary dessert after from an unbelievable spread of small desert options. It is said one of the most popular, if not THE most popular items among the spread is the macaroons. And if how they look was any indication to how good they are, then we can see why they stand out as the popular selection!