Most Famous Delicious Desserts All Around the World

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Delicious Desserts are full of sugar so should be eaten in moderation and not too often because they could damage people’s health if consumed over a long time.

Here we present the most famous delicious desserts:


Delicious Desserts

It is a very sweet Delicious Desserts Turkish pastry made from layers of filo filled with chopped nuts and sweetened and held together with syrup or honey. It has its origins in the imperial kitchens of the Topkapı Palace in Istanbul, but it is widely eaten all around Turkey.

Beijing Roast Duck

Delicious Desserts

This dish has been prepared in various ways since the Imperial Era (1911 AD to 1912 AD). Beijing Roast Duck is China’s famous dish and it was listed on the first of China’s intangible cultural heritage list in 2006.


A traditional cake that originated in Greece, but it is also eaten in North America. Cheesecakes may be prepared with many flavorings including chocolate, fruit, and spices. The texture of a cheesecake is dense, smooth, and creamy. New York-style cheesecake is typical for its tangy sour cream topping.

Chocolate Cake:  cake made with some kind of chocolate or cocoa powder as its main ingredient. It might have plain chocolate icing or frosting on top, but there are also double layer cakes with filling in between layers of chocolate buttercream or ganache.

Dulce de leche

Throughout history, it is known that, in Latin America, dulce de leche was made by boiling milk with sugar over a low fire for many hours until it thickened. The resulting sweet, creamy substance was used as an ingredient or spread on bread and tortillas. It’s now widely used to fill cakes.


A dessert consists of a piece of pastry with some kind of cream or custard filling. Eclairs are typically made from choux pastry, which is also used to make profiteroles and gougères. There are several different types of eclairs stuffed with either whipped cream or pastry cream, then topped with fondant icing or chocolate ganache.

Flourless Chocolate Cake: cake made from finely ground roasted nuts (particularly hazelnuts), cocoa powder, and chocolate. This flourless cake is usually dense and rich, and it’s strongly connected to Italian cuisine.

Gooseberry Fool

Traditionally a fool consists of fruit purée or fruit pulp, whipped cream or custard, and sometimes an added flavor such as lemon juice or orange liqueur. The name “fool” derives from the French word fouler, which means to mash or to press, referring to the mashing of cooked fruit with sugar for processing into jam or jelly. Gooseberries are related to currants so fool is similar to trifle. It’s one of the most popular desserts in England.


It’s one of the most popular Delicious Desserts found in South Asia, the Middle East, and North Africa. In Iran, jalebi is called Julia and is served with tea or Persian coffee on special occasions such as weddings or festive holidays. The batter for jalebi consists of flour, sugar, water, and flavoring agents such as rosewater. After being piped into hot oil, the round shapes are fried until crispy golden brown, then they’re soaked in a sugar syrup to add a sweet flavor. This dessert is sometimes served with ice cream.

Parsley Pudding

A pudding made from boiled rice flavored with nutmeg and lemon rinds is usually served with sugar or syrup. It’s traditional English food and it was popular between the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century.

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