For many people, dessert is the most fun part of a meal. A country’s cuisine can tell a lot about its culture and different countries have different desserts with unique recipes that make us want to go there again and again. Here are ten desserts that you would want to taste again and again.
One of the most popular and tasty desserts in the world is cheesecake. Though Cheesecake is thought to be American cuisine, it is said to be originated from Greece. There are many versions of cheesecake and all of them are equally delightful.
Brownie is a famous dessert that originated from America when a cook forgot to add yeast to a biscuit he was making in 1897. Irrespective of the way it is served, a brownie is definitely one of the most mouth-watering desserts.
Pavlova originated in New Zealand and it is named after the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova. Based on the meringue and red fruits, Pavlova is one among the most delightful desserts in the world.
7. England’s Banoffee Pie:
The English dessert pie, Banoffee pie is made from bananas, cream, and toffee. There are different versions of the pie and all of them are equally irresistible.
6.French Creme Brulee:
There is a debate about where this dessert originated from France or Catalonia or England. But there is absolutely no debate about its deliciousness. If you ever travel to France don’t forget to taste the elegant French Crème brûlée.
Oliebollens are traditionally eaten to celebrate the New Year. It is one of the favorite desserts in Holland originating from the Netherlands, Belgium. These deep-fried doughnuts are also known as Dutch doughnuts.
4. Suspiro De Limena:
Suspiro De Limena literally translates into “Sigh of Lima Lady.” It’s a Creamy, caramel-like pudding that originated from Peru and very much popular among Peruvians.
Made of ladyfingers and dipped in coffee, with a mixture of eggs, sugar, and mascarpone cheese, flavored with cocoa, Tiramisu is one of the most delicious desserts in the world, originating from Italy.
Turkey’s specialties, baklava, consists of phyllo dough layered between a mixture of chopped nuts held together by syrup or honey. It is said to have originated from the Ottoman Empire.
This Italian frozen dessert has become very popular among foodies. It is generally lower in fat than other frozen desserts making it lighter than regular ice-cream. It is available in a wide variety of flavors that will definitely satisfy your taste buds.