It was only a few years ago that I finally tried a S’more – typically a popular camp food in Northern America. The mixture of gooey marshmallows, warmed chocolate and savoury biscuit is a real treat – but I bet that you’ll love this S’mores skillet cookie cake even more!
Get the recipe: S’mores Skillet Cookie Cake
Anyone who has EVER been to Lisbon, Portugal, will know what I mean when I say these desserts are n-e-x-t l-e-v-e-l. Best served warm and with a generous sprinkle of cinnamon, I think these might be my all time favourite sweet snack. This recipe comes incredibly close to the originals on offer at Pastel de Belem just outside of Lisbon.
Get the recipe: The Ultimate Recipe for Portuguese Tarts
I wasn’t always a huge fan of brownies if I’m honest, until I started to play around with the recipe to find a taste and texture that suited my own palette. You can’t really go wrong with brownies no matter what you do, however I do suggest tweaking this classic American recipe to suit your own tastes – for me that means the richer the better!
Get the recipe: All-American Brownie Bites
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As the name suggests, Belgian waffles come from Belgium and are a common street snack throughout the country. The buttery treats are best when eaten warm and topped with powdered sugar or Nutella.
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Russians are particularly fond of syrniki, a pancake that is made out of quark — a fresh dairy product made from cheese that has a texture similar to sour cream. The pancakes are then fried and served with jam, apple sauce, sour cream, or honey.
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Gelato (Ice cream)
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The streets of Italy are lined with restaurants selling gelato, an Italian version of ice cream that is more like soft-serve than traditional American ice cream. Gelato comes in a wide variety of flavors, including raspberry, pistachio, rum, and chocolate.
Get the recipe: Blueberry Butter Cookie Gelato
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One of Turkey’s specialties, baklava, consists of phyllo dough layered between a mixture of chopped nuts. The squares are held together by syrup or honey.
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