I'll admit to having no actual experience naming dogs, but I do happen to have two cats with food-related names (Ginger and Cocoa), and have named three chickens with egg-related names (Frittata, Lorraine, and Florentine). In other words, I feel qualified to advise on this topic. Naming a pet is tough business, and you'e going to end repeating their name at least 50 times a day for the rest of their life, so you'd better make it a good one! That's why these dog names inspired by dessert are perfect, because your pet is just as sweet as a three-tier cake.
There's something particularly endearing about a dog with a non-human name. It also might help to lighten the mood when your fur-baby chews your favorite pair of shoes into smithereens and you're trying to keep your cool. Some of these dog names can be delightful double entendres if they happen to describe the dog as well. Have a giant dog? Call him Mousse! A tan dog? Call her Honey. They'll be descriptive and sweet names all at once.
Whatever you do, try the name out for a day or two before you commit. And remember, you're going to be shouting this name at the dog park for years to come, so make sure you won't mind sounding like a pastry chef!