5 desserts from around the world that are perfect for winters

If you love desserts and want to try something new, check out these five desserts from across the globe

Winter is the time of the year we can unapologetically indulge and relish some piping hot desserts. No, we aren’t talking about the usual Gajar Ka Halwa and Gulab Jamun, that’s obviously the best but what we are talking about here are some absolutely droolworthy delicacies from across the globe. So, if you have a sweet-tooth and are ready to try something new this winter, check out these five desserts:

1. Creme Brulee from France
A perfect amalgamation of thick custard topped with a layer of crunchy caramel or Creme Brulee is an ideal dessert for winters

2. Sachertorte from Austria

Invented by Franz Sacher in 1932,  sachertorte is a type of chocolate cake. Though the original recipe is known only to the bakers at the Hotel Sacher in Vienna, here’s a version of it.

3. Tarta de Santiago from Spain

This Spanish almond cake is not only rich in taste but has a balanced flavour of well-baked almonds and sponge.

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4. Canadian Nanaimo Bars from Canada

Nanaimo bars is one of the easiest desserts to make at home. It doesn’t require any baking. The wafer crumb crust is layered with custard-flavoured butter icing and is topped with melting chocolate.

5. Dadar Gulung from Indonesia

It is a green pancake roll, made from the pandanus leaves that are rolled and then filled with coconut sugar.

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