For the most part, Connie and Curtis have been the only ones able to reap the benefits of all of the competitors coming in for Dessert Wars.

But today, I was able to sit down and talk to one of them: Twisted Rooster.

Not only did I get to learn all about the desserts offered at Twisted Rooster, I also got to try out what might be my new favorite dessert - peanut butter and jelly tiramisu. 

One of the coolest things about Twisted Rooster is that their menus are locally sourced menus are made from scratch daily by its executive chef & culinary team.

Chef David Ogren from Twisted Rooster explained the deliciousness of the peanut butter and jelly tiramisu.

It REALLY tastes like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich! It's made with peanut butter mousse, ladyfinger cookies, and strawberry and raspberry jelly. So good.

Twisted Rooster be serving it up at Dessert Wars -- in shot form.

Don't forget, Dessert Wars is Thursday night at Amway Grand Plaza hotel’s Ambassador Ballroom in downtown Grand Rapids. The festivities kick off at 6 p.m. Admission is $8 for adults and $2 for children 9 and under.

Twisted Rooster Talks Dessert Wars with Wendy Reed

Wendy, Dave, Lindsay, and Angela from Twisted Rooster. (Angela Paasche/Channel 95.7)