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Strawberry Filled Cream Puffs

Filled with whipped cream and strawberries, and drizzled with chocolate, these profiteroles or cream puffs are an airy snack or dessert that’s perfect any time of the year! When were profiteroles invented? The origin of the profiterole is attributed to the French Renaissance period, but did you know that it’s the creation of an Italian …

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Authentic Syrian Kanafeh Recipe

A delicious Middle Eastern dessert of angel hair and clotted cream, the Levantine Kanafeh is the perfect dessert! What is Kanafeh? The Syrian Kanafeh or kunafa is a tasty dessert made with crunchy kadaif (angel hair) and creamy akkawi (clotted cream). Two layers of kadaif are filled with a layer of akkawi, sprinkled with nuts, …

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Szarlotka – Polish Apple Pie

Szarlotka is a prime pie all over Poland, but the truth is you either love it or hate it. It’s an everyday dessert, served without any special occasion. Fun fact: Szarlotka shares its name with a popular Polish cocktail. It’s made of Żubrówka – bison grass vodka, mixed with apple juice and cinnamon. Is it Polish Apple Cake or …

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Paczki: Polish Donuts Recipe

These Polish yeast-based doughnuts are made to celebrate Fat Thursday before Lent begins, along with faworki. Filled with sweet cream or jam and rolled in powdered sugar, paczki a treat for everyone! Unlike American donuts that are based on Dutch oliebolen Polish paczki don’t have any “donut holes”. They’re big, round and filled with something. …

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Neapolitan Cookies

These soft and chewy sugar cookies are flavored with strawberry, vanilla, and chocolate. Perfect for special occasions and holidays, Neapolitan cookies are buttery, sweet, and fun to make with kids! Neapolitan cookies are chewy sugar cookies with three different flavors combined in each cookie. The most popular flavors are almond or vanilla for white, chocolate for brown, and …

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Mexican Churros with Chocolate Sauce

The perfect snack, these tasty churros with chocolate are as representative of Mexico as they are of Spain! Drizzled with chocolate, sprinkled with sugar, or dunked into a dulce de leche. Popular across Latin America and the world, churros can be eaten in many different ways! In Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico, they’re served with …

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Italian Cannoli: Air Fryer Recipe

Crisp flaky shells filled with sweet ricotta cream and sprinkled with chocolate chips are the perfect Sicilian dessert! The Italian carnival dish called cannoli are a treat to make at home! A staple of Sicilian cuisine, the Cannoli are tube-shaped desserts that have a rather strange history. These tube-shaped desserts are made with a flaky …

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Panettone: Italian Christmas Cake

The dome-shaped Italian panettone is the perfect treat for the holiday season! Try this sweet Christmas bread with candied peel and raisins at home! Sparkling fizzy Prosecco and delicious Italian sweet bread Panettone, the makings of a traditional Italian Christmas! You’ll often find stores selling gift baskets with this combination during the holiday season! What …

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Chocolate Espresso Babka Recipe

Made with a rich brioche-like dough, the Chocolate Babka is a traditional Polish bread or cake, often made for Easter. The sweet-braided bread filled with melted chocolate and topped with sugar syrup is irresistible! Short History of Babka Babkas appeared all over Europe at the end of the XVIIth century. In Poland the king Stanisław …

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Mexican Tres Leches Bundt Cake

Fluffy, light, and soaked with sweet milk, the popular Mexican tres leches cake just melts in your mouth! An ultra-light sponge cake drizzled with milk, the ‘tres leches’ cake is a popular Mexican delicacy. Why is it called Tres Leches cake? This Mexican cake is called Tres Leches Cake or Pastel Tres Leches in Spanish …

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