Desserts to Serve at Your Next Corporate Event

Are you in charge of coming up with the dessert plan for your next major corporate event? Since you'll be responsible for feeding many people, it can seem overwhelming finding something that everyone likes. But good news! Keep reading for suggestions of desserts that everyone will thoroughly enjoy.

Cotton Candy
While this is something you may see at your child’s baseball game, cotton candy is a great way to bring out the kid in everyone. After a long day of meetings and conferences, it’ll be nice for your coworkers to let loose and enjoy their sugary goodness. Many cotton candy companies will create different flavor combinations that are sophisticated and unlike anything we had as children.

Ice Cream Buffet
The average American will consume ice cream 28.5 times this year. So, another way to bring out your coworkers’ inner child is by offering an ice cream buffet. Ice cream buffets are great because they're fully customizable, meaning everyone can create their very own delicious concoction. You can line your table with plastic spoons, tubs of regular and dairy-free ice cream, and all of the toppings anyone could ever want. Don’t forget the frozen yogurt supplies like ice cream cups and lids. These frozen yogurt supplies will allow your coworkers to bring their treat home with no mess.

Candy Bags
If you don’t have time in your corporate event’s schedule for a sit-down dessert, give your attendees the chance to grab something and go. And what better treat to take on the run than a candy bag? Pick up some mason jars and fill them with m&m’s, gummy bears, Sour Patch Kids, and even rock candy. There are so many options for the table and people can grab only what they will actually eat. It’s a fun way to say “thank you” for everyone’s hard work that day.

Dessert options for larger crowds can be tricky. But as long as you come prepared with something that’ll put a smile on their face, they’ll definitely remember your choices for years to come. Bring out the inner child in your coworkers with candy bags, ice cream, and cotton candy.

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