Dessert is a morally essential part of a meal and often times the most anticipated event. No meal is complete without some sugary, most likely unhealthy course and one would prove to be a failure of a host should they forego this essential portion. Confectionary treats are after all a single staple all cultures share. When a happy occasion arrives or something is to be celebrated, people most often prefer to use sweets to highlight the day. So, it doesn’t really come as a surprise that every culture has its own unique version of just desserts that years of milestone accomplishments, marriages and reunions have seen perfected;
A Chinese cotton candy but much more epically named, Dragon’s beard candy is a handmade traditional art of the country. It is basically a cocoon of sweet chewy goodness.
Gulab Jamun is rightfully a popular sweet, or mithai, in many South Asian countries like India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Bangladesh. It is made from kneading milk solids into dough, deep frying them on low temperature and soaking them in light sugary syrup to make little balls of heaven and diabetes.
Belgian waffles, are a force to be reckoned with even if they aren’t actually called Belgian waffles in their own country. They are like regular waffles except in all the ways they’re not; lighter batter, deeper pockets and so, so much potential.
While eaten all year round, Mochi is more specifically a traditional food for the Japanese New Year and is made in a ceremony called mochitsuki. It is basically a rice cake made of glutinous rice which is beaten into submission so it can be moulded into the desired shape.
The Cake of St. James or the Tarta de Santiago and originated in the Middle Ages as a heavenly – get it? – Almond cake. Often lovingly referred to as Tarta and is filled with ground almonds, sugar, eggs, lemon zest, sweet wine, brandy and stuff that dreams are made of.
Chocolate and churros are the perfect just deserts found in every saintly street corner of Mexico. These crunchy, greasy and sugary confections are eaten by dipping it in hot chocolate. These little pieces of greasy goods aren’t just desserts; these are a little piece of your soul singing praises of the Lord Almighty.
Kladdkaka are like brownies turned up to 10. They are the moister, chocolatier version of brownies you never knew you needed in your life and these perfect just desserts are found in Sweden.
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