What's a popular sweet from your Country or /b/?
Ethnic food is always interesting, show me what you got!
Me: Bremen, Germany
Sweet: Lebkuchen. It's like a soft gingerbread that's frosted & has crushed nuts inside it.
heres a popular one from my country, deep fried butter
its pretty gud
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South Africa: Koeksisters
Like a syrup drenched pastry thing. Way too sweet though. Works with tea.
Kiwi here. An example of one of our favourite snack foods, the road sausage
>not thinking that ethnic is another word for foreign
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Lamington, its a square of vanilla sponge cake coated in chocolate goo and rolled in coconut
Scotland by any chance? :D
England: Arctic Roll.
Midwest America: We call it Funnel Cake, it pretty much just deep fried "fry bread" topped with powered sugar. Sometimes come topped with hersheys chocolate, nutella, nuts.
I'm halfway sure it is, the native americans used to come to the county fairs all over and make their "fry bread", exact same shit. But I'm sure it's one of those things that just has common sense written all over it, so it's called a million different things all around the world.
Columbia, Dulce de Brevas.
It's a candied fig with fresh honey drenched farmers cheese. It's amazing.
ok heres one
its called kettle corn, pretty much just caramelized corn.
mostly sold at fairs, along with funnel cake
It's actually indian. (firewater indian not dot) I have yet to go to a state fair, carnival, rodeo, street day, rally, 4H bullshit where I didn't see it. I've been seein that shit since before I can remember. I had one lakota sioux gramma tell me this fry bread has been a thing for them for thousands of years... who knows..
I've lived all over the US so I know alot of regionals too.
This one is BIG down in southwest, closer to Mexico. It's called Divinity. They make it with, and without nuts. The most popular nut is Walnuts, followed by Pecans.
And I'm gonna tell ya, this shit is so sweet, good luck chokin more than one down.
This shit was big in Texas. Pecan brittle.
HAHA, ever had one of these fuckers? It's literally semi hard sugar and chili powder. Literally.
Or one of these bastards? I actually like these little fuckers tho.
Tompouce. Dutch delicacy, puff pastry with icing and whipped cream on top. Filled with custard cream.
not really a sweet, but the best way to eat it is to drown it with brown sugar
I am American, but of Nordic decent. My family passed down these fuckers as a breakfast food.
Google say poutine rape, (teehee, putin rape) potatoes and pork.
You euros scare me sometimes. Most of the time the shit is amazing, but who would be the first one to think it was cool to put it in their mouth to make sure?
im from california but my mom is from serbia and we always eat this
Gianduiotti, it's the grandfather of Nutella basically.
Crema de coco
These little fuckers are like sugar cubes except they're edible and taste like coconut. They have the texture of an altoid mint but the softness of a semi warm chocolate bar.
And HOW in the shit could we forget the one tasty treat you will find from coast to coast, ALL across America.
Even the crappiest of GF's can make this.
UK, eccles cakes, 1 of your 5 a day
This was a fairly popular sweeten for a while, but it's since gone bad.
Fuckin right, never heard of powered sugar?
Ramen Noodle Flavored Ranch dressing?
Summer sausage pickle poppers?
>POWERED FUCKING SUGAR is what gives energy drinks their energy. Google it.
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Canada fag here
Beavertails. Fried pastry coated in brown sugar and cinnamon. You can also get different toppings an dthe like. There are few things better than a beaver tail after a day of skiing or skating,
Also canadafag. Very popular here, available at nearly every fuel station with a fry station.
I dunno how well this translates into English.
Pureed sweet chestnut (Vermicelles) + Meringue + whipped cream + (sometimes) ice cream
I dunno if it's popular, but I love Key Lime Pie
India: Gulab Jamun
It's like a donut hole but soaked in warm honey
Secret recipe, exclusive (only one store), no where else in the country or the world.
Croatia. Most popular here is... kremšnita, I think.
Anyone who's ever had one right off the hot rails knows this shit.
The ugly thing is apparently invented in NZ but its an institution here in Australia. A good one is not to sweet not to eggy and slightly chewy.
these delicious sweet kugels are a custom of our country to present to foreigners. As with certain sweets, this one is like fondue - you eat it from a special plate.
I honestly haven't seen anybody say a bad word about it.
Sweet: Stones. Literally.
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Danish master race coming through
if you havent had "Rødgrød med fløde" you havnt lived
Not a patriot, but I'm French and when it comes to cooking, all the other countries makes me kek. Hard.
Pan de dulce in spic talk/ Sweet bread
Country of origin: Puerto Rico
"Arroz dulce" a.k.a. "sweet rice"
so fucking hard to get outside of Australia.
also awesome: pavs
Now lets not get into a fight over who invented the pavalova.
Cause it was us kiwis.
also these aren't really sweets, but we only have the one food group over here.
every coffee shop or pastry ha 'pastéis de nata' (a.k.a cream custards).
Although the anon didn't specify, the image he posted is from 'Pastéis de Belém', a specific, single-location pastry in the Belém area.
This pastry is nationally (and to an extent internationally) famous for having a unique original recipe they use to make theirs, which is considered by many to be the best there is.
It's a well-kept trade secret, and is used as a case study in Portugal in Economics (much like Pepsi or Coca-Cola might be in the U.S.).
In short, they're all good, but these in particular have elevated this pastry to national landmark status, a must visit for any tourist in Lisbon.
the only thing kiwis invented was fucking sheep
oh and providing official apologies to their indigenous people from the crown and providing supports for them.
yeah. fuck you nz.
California reporting in, Mexican sweet bread is so easy to get here. Fucking heavenly too.
And by the way
>Talking shit about Americans not having their own cuisine
>We run the world
>Your shitty country is controlled by a nation that doesn't even have its own desserts
>What does that say about you?
We have Portrush Rock, Yellow Man and we're usually partial to a wee bit of shortbread.
>pic related; my own I baked
This thread just makes me wish I had enough money to just travel the world and see all these amazing foods for myself
Man, I've asked so many hispanics up here, Pacific Northwest, if they knew what MOLE was, they all look at me like, FUCK you talkin about. Nobody knows about that delicious shit.
we have the same in croatia, we call them gužvara. we make them with poppy, ground walnut or marmalade and raisins. it's a mainstay at funerals
we have those in croatia too, pretty regular at all kinds of gatherings. we call them čupavci - fuzzies
Baklava is sickeningly sweet, but the key is to eat it with sickeningly bitter coffee (Turkish/Greek coffee is perfect), the combination makes them both awesome!
Brigadeiro from Brazil.
Basically a ball of sweet sweet chocolate rolled with more chocolate.
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Funny when you amerifats talk down on europeans. Àmerica are discovered and built by the superior races of Europe, and populated by Irish, dutch, scandinavians and niggers. You must be a nigger then...
What does this taste like also whats the structure like
Eating some of them right now man hahaha
Holy fucking shit man. These things are the fucking best. Also, clinkers. Both are god fucking tier chocolates.
I work at a Canadian bakery that makes these delicious little fuckers. And BTW if anyone's curious its basically a sweet dried fruit paste inside a really simply pastry covered in coarse sugar.
>tfw amerifats really think they invented that stuff
Do you honestly believe that you came up with the idea for Apple pie and sweetened water? Fucking retards.
monkey bread, brought to you by good ol' american ingenuity
Mother fucking pantxineta
UK. Took me a while to think of anything as most of our cuisine is just stolen from other countries besides the uber tarditional roasts and stuff.
But this one counts I think, Kendal Mint Cake. Basically sugar with peppermint oil thats mixed and solidified. Hard at first but melts in your mouth. I like it but can only have it a small bit at a time cause it's super sickly.
Swedish cheese cake, served warm with whipped cream and jam of choice
I would kill to taste those
My mother bake those potato donuts for the father day.
Yes, it comes in the shape of a block like butter and is pressed through one of these.
Samoan half moon pie. The filling is sweet pineapple in a pie crust flavored coconut milk.
Eton Mess. a lot sweeter than pavlova, a good thing to do as well is to make it with soft ice cream mixed into the cream.
Keep thinking that, meanwhile the rest of the world thinks you're pussies.. You don't even try to innovate, you just repeating the same shit over and over because you think it works. Boring and bland fucks, that's all you are.
Afraid of mixing new things, a bunch of niggers which when extremely butthurt use the " muh genuine tradition" card. Fuck off.
Spain. Basically just sugared churros with a cup of hot melted chocolate.
Meet the Koeksister from south africa
deep fried dough covered in syrup
literally the best
Kind of panake dough. If done well it's slighly crispy carammelised on the outside and still moist in the inside.
Here in Savannah, GA pralines are quite famous. Composed of pecans, sugar, butter, and vanilla. They are pretty amazing but really sweet
polish version of Angel wings
>Sweet: Lebkuchen. It's like a soft gingerbread that's frosted & has crushed nuts inside it.
How about you post something from Bremen you faggot?
100% Fruit, no sugar added, a kind of fruit butter
made from sweet ripe plums
yeah pretty much
>Kluten, are a traditional sweet from Bremen. They are cubes of peppermint, partly covered in chocolate. Hachez, near the Town Hall, is a traditional Bremen based chocolatier and their store is well worth a visit to buy the Kluten, though they are also available at many other places throughout the center.
Patbingsoo from SK, basically shaved ice and fruits mainly red bean paste
this brown thing is Dulce de leche or kajmak(in Polish)
I love living in America. Eaten most of these. All our sweets are either ancestral (from ya'lls country) or they're based off them but with different ingredients.
Any appalacianfags here know about stack-cake? 10-40 thin-layered mollasses cakes with mollasses icing?