The subtle sweet and creamy flavours of this traditional Mexican dessert come from the delicious glaze. The milky glaze should be poured over the cake when it is mostly cool and refrigerating overnight helps the cake moisten and absorb the fruity juices.
Rice pudding is a low fat and delicious dessert that combines the sweet flavours of vanilla and almond with creamy rice and tasty raisins.
This popular cake has many variations, with some recipes calling for butter and others insisting against it. Others dispute the use of just egg yolks or the whites as well. Regardless, this sweet and spicy cake is a treat for any occasion.
Imqaret are a Maltese sweet, date-filled pastry that is served piping hot from take-away stands. They require anisette, a sweet liquorice-flavoured liqueur popular in France, Portugal, Mexico, Italy and Spain.
Maamoul are traditional Middle Eastern biscuits served on special occasions. They have a sweet, shortbread-like crust and a sweet yet nutty filling.
Try something new and delicious with this light but flavoursome cake. It’s distinctive flavours and subtle texture means it simply melts in your mouth.
This delightfully sweet dessert can be eaten on its own or made as a filling or icing for cakes.
Also called apfelstrudels by Austrians, these tasty cinnamon-dusted treats are easy to make and easier to enjoy.
This yummy dish is a Brazilian favourite. The coconut complements the tropical fruits superbly to give you a little taste of paradise from your own kitchen.
Although you can pick it up the mass-manufactured variety from confectionary stores, homemade coconut ice wins hands down. You can mix a portion with food dye to get the two-toned effect or leave it plain for an additive-free sugary treat.