It's no secret that we have a loud and proud foodie population here in New England, and with good reason. Our restaurant industry is killing it, and there's never a shortage of new establishments opening their doors to the public. You can never run out of places to visit for your next dining experience, especially in New Hampshire.

When it comes to highlighting the best establishments around, no one does a better job than LoveFood. From discussing the nation's top restaurants to sharing recipes, news, and commentaries, LoveFood is a foodie's digital paradise.

The site recently shared their findings on the most extravagant, over-the-top desserts in every state, including New Hampshire. When we heard about this, we were all ears. After all, who can say no to dessert?

LoveFood's selection for the best dessert in New Hampshire comes from The Crust and Crumb Baking Company, located in the state's capital of Concord. The local-focused bakery on North Main Street specializes in preparing handmade sweets from scratch, including plenty of extravagant cake options. In particular, LoveFood praised the three-layer American Layer Cake, the scrumptious Everything But the Kitchen Sink Carrot Cake, and the chocolatey Maple Mocha.

But specifics aside, all of the sweet treats at The Crust and Crumb look amazing. Just look at these scrumptious baked confections.

The Crust and Crumb via Facebook
The Crust and Crumb via Facebook
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The Crust and Crumb via Facebook
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The Crust and Crumb via Facebook
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To learn more about The Crust and Crumb Baking Company, click here. In the meantime, here are some other popular New Hampshire bakeries to curb that sweet tooth of yours.

25 of the Best Bakeries in New Hampshire

Gallery Credit: Megan Murphy

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