7 International desserts one should eat at least once!
Desserts to satiate your sweet tooth
Everyone knows that eating is the best part of travelling. And everyone also knows that dessert is the best part of eating. So, by the transitive property, this means that dessert is the best part of travelling. See what we did there? And to make it easier to plan your next trip, here are our 7 international desserts which one should eat at least once in a lifetime.
At YBhere.com, many of us have a sweet tooth and we have humans who seriously live for sugar and travel for sugar. Fortunately, I am one of them and thus have managed to curate a list for all you sweet lovers out there. This list should help you to plan your next visit to the places where these international desserts are found or, you might go directly to the places where these were originated.
So, check out these 7 international desserts for the taste of sweet eternity.
Baklava is a rich, sweet pastry made of layers filled with chopped nuts and caramelised with sugar syrup or honey. One of the main from the Ottoman Empire, Baklava is also found in Central and West Asia.
Named after the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova, Pavlova is a meringue-based dessert with a crisp crust and soft, light inside, usually topped with fruit and optionally with whipped cream.
Popular in countries of South Asia such as India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Gulab jamun is a milk-solids-based sweet. It can be found in different variants depending on the scents and regions.
A traditional classic British pudding made with flour, eggs, milk. It was a total turn on at the time of its inception when there were custards for which people had wagging their tongues.
An English dessert pie made from bananas, cream, toffee and boiled condensed milk, either on a pastry base or one made from crumbled biscuits and butter. Some versions of the recipe also include chocolate or coffee and or both.
Also known as Crema Catalana, burnt cream or Trinity Cream is a dessert consisting of rich custard and hard caramel. It’s a must-must eat for all at least once.
Originated in Lima during the vice-royalty. Picarones is a Peruvian dessert which is a look-alike of donuts brought by Spanish Conquistadors.
An Italian coffee flavoured dessert which literally means “Cheer me up”. It’s always been one of my favourite desserts, the original recipe has been adapted into cakes and other desserts across the world.
These desserts from Turkey, India, England, Russia, Peruvian, France, Italy etc. are the perfect team for anyone to have a visit to paradise.