Twisted Rooster Turns Your Favorite Childhood Lunch into Delicious Dessert for Dessert Wars
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.