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What Your Dessert Preference Says About Your Personality

Oreo Chocolate Cake

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A recent survey of 2,000 American adults found 49% of people who identify as extroverts claim their sweet tooth has grown since childhood. More self-reported introverts preferred chocolate desserts (46% vs. 31%), and they were also more likely to eat sweets in the morning compared to extroverts (33% vs. 15%). And if you’re an introvert, chances are your parents “always” or “often” let you eat desserts as a child (71%). That may be why introverts are more likely than extroverts to order from the dessert menu when eating out (61% vs. 50%). Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Nothing Bundt Cakes for the launch of the brand’s new OREO Cookies & Cream cake, the survey also discovered how optimists and pessimists differ in their dessert preferences.


Cake — 42%

Cookies — 36%

Pie — 34%

Donuts — 34%

Muffins — 33%

Cupcakes — 32%

Pastries — 24%

Candies — 21%

Brownies — 17%

Macarons — 5%

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