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Your Prayers Have Officially Been Answered – There Is Now A Dessert Delivery Service Available In Ireland

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Sweet tooth army, this is your day. 

Devilicious Desserts is a brand new Irish confectionary delivery service that is absolutely making our wet Wednesday afternoon.  No more arguing on who has to make the trip out to the shop and stock up on sweets for a film, they’ve got your back for ever more. 

The service will offer everything from deep-friend gooey chocolate bars, Belgian waffles and milkshakes to a wide selection of everyone’s favourite chocolate bars and soft drinks.

YAAAAASSSSSSS.

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They’ll only be delivering in the South Dublin area for the moment, with plans to expand in the coming months. 

Areas that will be covered include; Stillorgan, Blackrock, Booterstown, Mount Merrion, Dundrum, Goatstown, Sandyford, Foxrock, Cornelscourt, Deansgrange, Stepaside, Ballyogan, Ballinteer and Clonskeagh.

Speaking about Devilicious Desserts, co-owner Conor McDermott, says:

We have been developing the concept of Devilicious Desserts for two years and we’re delighted to finally be bringing it to life. This service is the first of its kind in Ireland and we hope to transform the confectionary market with our innovative offerings. 

Our freshly made products such as the min donuts and Belgian waffles truly are delicious and are sure to hit the spot for anyone looking for a quick sugar fix! While we are only delivering to South Dublin at the moment we do hope to expand and reach a much wider market in the near future.”

Deadly stuff!

We can’t wait until they expand. No more late night trips to the shop.

Devilicious Desserts are open from Thursday to Sunday and orders can be placed online or over the phone, or on their website

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