Dessert

Dessert can come in variations of flavours, textures, and looks. Desserts can be defined as a usually sweeter course that concludes a meal. This definition includes a range of courses anywhere from fruits or dried nuts to multi-ingredient cakes and pies. With the many different varieties of desserts the many cultures have different variations. In modern times the variations of desserts have usually been passed down or come from geological regions. This is one cause for the variation of desserts.
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Açaí na Tigela – Açaí in a Bowl

This smoothie in a bowl – cold, sweet, tart, with crunch from the granola – will fill you up, cool you off, and may have all kinds of nutritional and health benefits as well, if the many claims about the health properties of the acai berry are true. In Brazil, frozen açaí is often mixed with guarana (usually in the form of syrup – xarope de guarana), a fruit from the Amazon that is also thought to have many health benefits and which contains caffeine as well. Some people add other ingredients to their acai bowl such as milk, sugar, orange juice or pineapple.

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Alexandertorte

Alexandertorte, also known as Alexander Torte or Aleksander Torte, is a Latvian dessert. Consisting of pastry strips filled with raspberry preserves or raspberry jam, it is traditionally eaten as a lunch or dinner dessert, but it can also be served at tea. It should be made a day or so before it is planned to serve, because the icing must be hard before the torte is cut.

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Ambrosia De Laranja – Brazilian Orange Pudding

Ambrosia De Laranja is a traditional Brazilian carnival treat and also a great dessert for a feijoada day or other festive occasion

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Amrakhand – Mango Shrikhand

A popular variation of shrikhand is Amrakhand which is shrikhand blended with mango pulp. This exotic dessert is very simple to prepare.

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Anmitsu

Anmitsu is a Japanese dessert that has been popular for many decades. It is made of small cubes of agar jelly, a white translucent jelly made from red algae or seaweed. The agar is dissolved with water (or fruit juice such as apple juice) to make the jelly. It is served in a bowl with sweet azuki bean paste or anko (the an part of anmitsu), boiled peas, often gyūhi and a variety of fruits such as peach slices, mikan, pieces of pineapples, and cherries.

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Apple and Ginger Yoghurt Dessert

If you reach for yoghurt after a meal, try adding grated apple and crushed biscuits for something a bit special. This healthy recipe is ideal as a snack or a light dessert.

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Apple and Ricotta Pastry Squares

Sweet & juicy crisp apples pair nicely with ricotta in these flaky pastry squares. Add dollop of whipped cream before serving for added decadence.

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Apple Bread Pudding

Aside from French toast, bread pudding is just about the best thing that can happen to day-old bread. This is a very easy recipe using bread and apples with cinnamon and condensed milk.

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Apple Cranberry Cobbler

Apple cranberry crisp with a generous topping of oats, brown sugar and butter. Add a dollop of whipped cream or ice cream for a wonderful dessert.

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Apple Crumble

This apple crumble recipe is an all-time favourite of those hankering after the ultimate quick and easy dessert.

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Apple Crumble Cheesecake

The ultimate dessert could well be this combination of apple crumble and cheesecake and its very quick and easy to make.

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Apple Pie

This is the best recipe for apple pie for those who want an old-fashioned, perfect tasting apple pie with a flaky crust. Using fresh apples, a homemade pie crust recipe, and the perfect blend of spices; this is the apple pie that is true delight in every forkful.

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Apple Turnovers

These apple turnovers have all of the textures and flavours of an apple pie but requires only basic skills and takes a fraction of the time (especially if you buy the puff pastry instead of making it yourself).

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Apricot and Coconut Crumble

Crumbles are a classic winter dessert often served with whipped cream or ice cream. A delicious change to the classic apple crumble, this combination of fresh apricots and coconut makes for a quick and easy crumble to please everybody on a cold winters evening. You can use tinned apricots if the fresh ones are out of season.

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Apricot and Ricotta Shortcake

A rustic dessert with plenty of flavour. Serve with ice cream on a hot summer day or with a creamy custard during the winter months.

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