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  • If you have a serious sweet tooth, it's hard to imagine ever getting tired of your favorite treats.


  • But there's a whole world out there beyond cheesecake, pies, brownies, and ice cream.


  • Consider crafting some of these little-known desserts from around the globe the next time you need your sugar fix.


  • Butter tarts.


  • Canada has been holding out on the rest of the world by keeping these a secret.


  • The basic recipe for butter tarts, like the one Julie Nolke from Tastemade is demonstrating here, is fairly simple.

    像Tastemade的Julie Nolke 示範的這個基本奶油塔食譜是相對簡單的。

  • So you can whip up a batch easily, even if you aren't a pastry chef, as long as you have the right tools.


  • Look at this!


  • What is it even used for, if it isn't butter tart filling?


  • To add a little variety, throw some walnuts, pecans, or raisins into the mix.


  • You may want to consider doubling the recipe using a cupcake pan, like in this Anna Olson video, because when they're bite-sized, these little tarts are sure to go quickly.

    你可能會想用杯子蛋糕盤做出雙倍食譜,就像Anna Olson的影片一樣。因為當奶油塔是一口大小時,一定很快就會被吃完。

  • Pina colada crunch cake.


  • It can be summertime any timeat least in your mouthwhen you've mastered this simple pina colada inspired cake.


  • This little-known no-bake gem from blogger "Cheeky Kitchen" is made with crushed granola bars and pineapple, cream cheese, and lots of coconut goodness, and it comes together quickly to easily feed a crowd.

    這個不用烤箱又少見的珍品是來自「Cheeky Kitchen」的部落格。由穀物棒、鳳梨、乳酪起司和很多的可可精華所做成,可以迅速餵飽一群人。

  • Make it ahead of time, and then set it out to soften just before serving.


  • Lemon posset.


  • This simple, traditional British dessert, sometimes served with fresh fruit, has been around since the Middle Ages.


  • But today's lemon possets have a thicker texture than the traditional drink and require a spoon to eat.


  • This classic dish is perfect for people who like a little tart with their sweet.


  • If you can't wait to try this tangy confection, you'll need just three ingredients to whip one up, as James Martin demonstrates here.

    如果你等不及想吃看看這香味撲鼻的西點,你只需要三樣食材來製作,就像James Martin這裡示範的。

  • If you have lemons, heavy cream, and sugar in your kitchen, then track down a recipe, like this one from One Pot Chef, and give yourself plenty of timethese beauties take about four hours to set in the refrigerator.

    如果你廚房裡有檸檬、鮮奶油和糖,就往下看食譜。就像這個 One Pot Chef的,然後給妳自己一些時間。這些美味的甜點要放置在冰箱中四個小時。

  • Maamoul.


  • This Middle Eastern take on shortbread is made throughout the year, but this treat is particularly popular after Lent and Ramadan, both periods marked by fasting.


  • It's also popular with the Jewish community, who eat the treat during the holiday of Purim.


  • Maamoul can be filled with a variety of ingredients, including date paste and nuts.


  • Tulumba.


  • The hardest thing about making Turkish tulumba at home is getting the shape just right.


  • It requires a pastry bag or a similar gadget with a star-shaped tip, as this Turkish chef demonstrates, to get the classic look of this popular street food.


  • But even if you don't master the shape right away, your tulumba will still be scrumptious.


  • Made out of deep-fried dough, tulumba gets a coating of lemon-flavored syrup before being served.


  • It's rich, sweet, and decadent; what more could you ask for in a dessert?


  • Mitarashi dango.


  • Who knew you could use soy sauce to make dessert?


  • A sweet, soy sauce-based sauce is the key to mitarashi dango, a classic treat from Japan, as the ladies from Japanese Cooking 101 demonstrate here.

    一種甜甜的,以醬油基底為主的御手洗糰子,是日本的一種經典小吃。也就是這位小姐在Japanese Cooking 101裡示範的。

  • The blend of salty and sweet brings a unique flavor to skewered balls of tofu and rice flour.


  • Often served fresh from the grill, mitarashi dango has become a popular street food, and it's worth being adventurous at home and seeing what all the hype is about for yourself.


  • Try pairing this treat with a pot of green tea for an elegant brunch dessert.


  • Malva pudding.


  • Apricot is such an underused flavor, but it gets a chance to shine in this recipe from South Africa.


  • Don't be fooled by the word "pudding" in the titleoutside the US, the term is used to refer to many desserts and savory dishes.


  • In the case of malva pudding, the confection is more like a cake, like this one demoed by Woolworths South Africa.


  • This rich treat made with apricot jam is often served up a la mode, although it's packed with so much flavor that you may prefer to enjoy it on its own.


  • Clafoutis.


  • Forget cobbler; it's all about the clafoutis.


  • This fruit-based baked good hails from France and is kind of a cross between a cherry pie and a pancake.


  • While traditionally made with unpitted cherries, you can opt to substitute your favorite fruit if you want to, like Laura Vitale does here with raspberries.

    傳統的方法是放上未去籽的櫻桃,如果你想要的話可以選擇你喜歡的水果來代替。就像Laura Vitale在這裡使用的是覆盆莓。

  • As Beth Le Manach notes, it's traditionally served cold in France.

    就像Beth Le Manach所說的,在法國傳統上是吃冷藏的。

  • If you prefer it warm, serve it right out of the oven with fresh whipped cream and lime zest, like chef Jessica Yang of Rebelle in New York City.

    如果你想要比較熱的,在出烤箱時放上打發的鮮奶油和檸檬皮並食用。就像紐約Rebelle的大廚Jessica Yan做的。

  • Halo-halo.


  • For generations, halo-halo was one of the best kept secrets of the Philippines, but in recent years, it has taken New York City by storm.


  • The beauty of halo-halo is that it can be pretty much whatever you want it to be, as Erwan Heussaff of Tastemade demonstrates with his sweet bean-and-corn-based halo-halo.

    哈囉哈囉的美妙之處是你想加什麼都可以。就像Tastemade的Erwan Heussaff所示範的,以甜豆和玉米為基底的哈囉哈囉。

  • The base recipe calls for shaved ice and evaporated milk, and from there, the sky's the limit, but common ingredients include fruit, jelly, and ice cream.


  • Mix-mix, halo-halo. Basically... sugar in a glass.


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If you have a serious sweet tooth, it's hard to imagine ever getting tired of your favorite treats.


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