Welp, we're stuffed!

After taste-testing multiple decadent desserts from nine different restaurants and bakeries, we finally conclude who is the best of the best at the 2014 Pink Dessert Wars.

We'd like to thank our sponsors: Pioneer Sugar, the University Club, Susan G. Komen of Mid-Michigan and Whipped Bakery.

We'd also like to thank all of our contestants: Bake N' Cakes, Chapelure, For Crepe Sake, Longhorn Steakhouse, Looking Grand Cafe, Pixy's Pastries, Red Cedar Cafe, Shee B Baking, The University Club and Whipped Bakery.

So, without further adieu, here are the results:

Pink Tables Award

This award goes to the best table presentation at the event.

Third place: Shee B Baking

Second Place: For Crepe Sake

First place (and judges' choice): Whipped Bakery

Pioneer Award

This award is presented by Pioneer Sugar to the restaurant/bakery/company that used the most Michigan-made food products in their recipe.

Third place: Shee B Baking

Second place: Pixy's Pastries

First place (with 57 percent of its recipe from Michigan-made food products): Looking Grand Cafe

People's Choice Dessert Award

The recipient of this award was chosen by the 250-plus attendees of the 2014 Pink Dessert Wars and wins a cash amount for radio advertising.

Third place: The University Club

Second place: Looking Grand Cafe

First place (with nearly a quarter of the 270-plus votes): Whipped Bakery

Judges' Dessert Award

The recipient of this award was determined via a blind taste test from our panel of four judges, who are: Cindy Baswell, of MSU Bakers; Kristi Rupp, of Pioneer Sugar; Ed Grey, regional digital sales manager for Townsquare Media in Lansing, Battle Creek and Kalamazoo; and Beth Cochran-Russell, who won our guest judge contest.

The recipient of this award wins a cash amount for radio advertising.

Third place: The University Club

Second place: Bake N' Cakes

First place: Longhorn Steakhouse