Germknödel are a sweet delicacy from Bavaria and Austria. These fluffy dumplings are made from yeast dough and are filled with a spicy plum jam. They are usually topped with poppy seeds and sugar...

Yorkshire Pudding with sunday lunch

Yorkshire Pudding

Yorkshire Pudding is a popular pastry which is served in the English cuisine as an accompaniment to steak, roast beef and other roast meats. It is a staple in traditional British Sunday lunch. Although...



Macarons are French meringues made from almond flour, whose origin dates back to the Middle Ages. In France, many variants of traditional macarons are baked of which the colorful macaron made from two cookie...

Dulce de Batata with cheese

Dulce de Batata

Dulce de Batata is a marmalade-like candy from Argentina with a hard texture. It is made of sweet potatoes and is most commonly eaten as a dessert or sweet snack but can also be...



Halo-halo is a common and very popular dessert in the Philippines, especially in the hot summer months. The name comes from the Tagalog word for mishmash or mix which best describes what this sweet...



Brigadeiros are Brazilian chocolate pralinés named after Brigadier Eduardo Gomes. Gomes was a mister and officer in the Brazilian air force. It is said that Brigadeiros were invented for his election campaigns when he...

Scones with clotted cream and jam


Scones are a traditional type of pastry from the British Isles that is often served for tea time, most commonly together with clotted cream and jam. They are a basic component of the well-known...

Churros with chocolate


Churros are a Spanish pastry made from fried choux dough. They are a typical breakfast dish but are also eaten as a dessert or a sweet snack and are most commonly dipped into hot...

Handmade Alfajores de Maicena from Argentina


Alfajores are smooth and crumbly sandwich cookies that have a sweet filling and are usually dipped in chocolate, icing or powdered sugar. Although the most common filling is dulce de leche, Alfajores come in...

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