5 Dessert Chains Customers Are Flocking To


Cheesecake Factory

With one of the broadest menus in the industry—which features well over 35 distinct dessert options, from cheesecake to frozen sweets—The Cheesecake Factory is steadily gaining more and more fans.

According to Businesswire, the restaurant chain's overall sales have increased by 14% compared to 2019 and dine-in business is gradually regaining popularity.


When Baskin-Robbins began franchising in 1948, it quickly gained notoriety as one of the top locations to have great ice cream in "31 flavors."

According to CNN Business, Baskin-Robbins doesn't publicly publish its exact profitability, but the company's president, Jason Maceda, claims that sales increased by 10.9% as of last year.

Crumbl Cookies

Crumbl Cookies is currently one of the dessert franchises that receives the greatest media attention. Since the first shop began operating in Logan, Utah, in 2017, its ascent to renown has been swift.

Crumbl Cookies has become a review-worthy phenomenon on multiple social media platforms because to its innovative business plan that features weekly menu changes in the cookie varieties available.

Dairy Queen

Even though Dairy Queen is an oldie, it's always a goodie. The dessert chain was ranked 17th in 2021 by Restaurant Business among the top 500 fast food chains.

Fans frequently return to Dairy Queen in appreciation of the 24 delectable blizzard flavors and other frozen delicacies.


There is no doubt that when you are near a Cinnabon, the aroma of toasted brown sugar, cinnamon, and drooping frosting lingers in the air.

Customers flock to the warm and inviting dessert business for the superior cinnamon buns and, in part, for the nostalgic experience.

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