Cotton candy evokes memories of state fairs, carnivals and attending the circus as a kid. But just because the fluffy, pastel-colored treat is most commonly associated with childhood doesn’t mean it can’t still be enjoyed as an adult. The whimsical dessert is having a sort of renaissance in Las Vegas, where it’s showing up on more and more menus around the city. Whether it’s sitting on top of honey toast or serving as the shell of a burrito, here’s where to find some truly unique cotton candy menu items in Las Vegas.Read More
Find Cotton Candy on the Menu at These Las Vegas Restaurants
Cotton candy burritos, milkshakes and more
For a summertime treat with an extra dose of cotton candy, diners can head to Chill Haus and savor soft serve ice cream that’s perfectly positioned on a cloud of pink cotton candy ($5). Ice cream flavors include vanilla, ube, and vanilla ube swirl.
Bazaar Meat by José Andrés
For an innovative, savory take on cotton candy, the cotton candy foie gras ($8 each) at Bazaar Meat at SLS is a must-try. Served on a stick, this unique appetizer features a delicate white puff of cotton candy with foie gras and crispy amaranth at the center.
This 24-hour restaurant located inside Planet Hollywood Resort is known for its lavish milkshakes, which can be ordered with or without alcohol. For a delightful cotton candy option, diners can order the Cosmic Cotton Candy Supernova ($16). Served in a Mason jar, the dessert is made with cotton candy ice cream and decorated with white chocolate covered pretzels, rainbow sprinkles, a giant lollipop, and of course, plenty of cotton candy.
The Patio Desserts & Drinks
This airy, verdant dessert restaurant from former Lotus of Siam sommelier Bank Atcharawan features Asian-inspired sweets including a popular selection of honey toast. For a cotton candy take on the dessert, diners can order the Pastel Dream ($12.95). The honey toast is topped with cotton candy, blueberry-lavender ice cream, yogurt-covered pretzels, Fruity Pebbles, and tropical fruit condensed milk.
Jogasaki Sushi Burrito
There are a wealth of great sushi burrito options in Las Vegas, but only one that also serves cotton candy burritos. Jogasaki Sushi Burrito’s cotton candy burrito ($10) is filled with a choice of green tea, vanilla, pistachio almond, or strawberry ice cream.
Cotton candy makes a playful addition to a variety of menu items at Loftti Cafe. Diners can add it to latti for $1.50 or enjoy it frozen in a variety of flavors including lavender, matcha, and coffee.
The cotton candy burrito ($10) at Creamberry is strictly for sugar lovers. The charming ice cream shop’s signature dessert is comprised of cotton candy stuffed with a choice of ice cream flavors and toppings. Diners can add everything from mini marshmallows to Fruity Pebbles.