Fun Desserts To Try Around The World 🌍
Sugary bread, icy popsicles, and magical mochi cakes! See how people around the world eat our favorite course, dessert! 🧁 🍭🍦 🍫 🍪
Chocolatería San Gines in Madrid, Spain: Churros with a cup of thick, hot chocolate for dipping? Yes please!
Cafe Giang in Hanoi, Vietnam: While egg coffee might not sound very appetizing, the gooey treacle topping of this coffee makes it a dessert!
Museum of Ice Cream in San Francisco, California: This interactive museum gives you free ice cream samples almost 5 times during your tour.
Vete-Katten in Stolkholm, Sweden: If you want to try Fika at its best, get warm cinnamon buns and Princess cakes at this 1920-style cafe.
Sulbing in South Korea: Bingsu is korean shaved ice and this place serves it in different flavors, with a small cup of condensed milk to pour over.
Beignets at Cafe Du Monde in New Orleans, Louisiana: These pillowy fried dough bites are heavily topped in powdered sugar. Pair with chicory coffee.
Pasteis de Belem in Lisbon, Portugal: The egg tarts from this longstanding Belem bakery have made this place a popular tourist attraction.
Kinsei Ken in Tokyo, Japan: This water cake is completely translucent and hyper-photogenic. It’s served with soybean powder and brown sugar syrup.
Cafe Brujula in Oaxaca, Mexico: Hot chocolate in oaxaca is made traditionally with stoneground chocolate, cinnamon, and almonds.
Ululani’s Shaved Ice in Maui, Hawaii: Freshly shaved ice and homemade syrups and mochi make this Hawaiian classic extra delightful. Ask for snowcap.
Christmas Markets in Budapest, Hungary: Chimney Cake is made with sourdough sprinkled with sugar and cinnamon that is grilled over a spitfire.
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