Sweets from Europe

This page is telling you about many kinds of sweet that are i European country, especially Paris, France. However, the other countries except France have many kinds of delicious sweets to, so this is it! Please Enjoy the SWEETS FROM EUROPE!

SACHER TORTE

sacher torte

Sacher Torte is a cake that comes from Vienna, Austria, which was first produced by the Hotel Sacher. Sacher Torte is known as the king of chocolate cake. This cake was first created by Franz Sacher.

SUMMER SWISS ROLL CAKE

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A Swiss roll or jelly roll (or cream roll when so filled) is a type of sponge cake roll. The steps to make this cake is, first, make a thin layer of the cake using flour, eggs, and sugar and baked in a very shallow rectangular baking tray, called a sheet pan. The cake is removed from the pan and spread with jam or buttercream, rolled up, and served in round cross-sectional slices. The origin of the cake is in Central Europe, but not in Switzerland as the name would suggest. The shape of the Swiss roll has inspired an image, such as a blues music.

BAUMKUCHEN

Baumkuchen

Baumkuchen is a kind of layered cake. It is a traditional dessert in Germany, but it also famous in many countries in Europe, also become a famous dessert in Japan. The characteristic rings that appear when sliced resemble tree rings, and give the cake its German name, Baumkuchen, which literally translates to “tree cake” or “log cake”. Traditionally, Baumkuchen is made on a spit by brushing on even layers of batter and then rotating the spit around a heat source. Each layer is allowed to brown before a new layer of batter is poured. When the cake is removed and sliced, each layer is divided from the next by a golden line, resembling the growth rings on a crosscut tree. A typical Baumkuchen is made up of 15 to 20 layers of batter. However, the layering process for making Baumkuchen can continue until the cakes are quite large, just as shown.

CHOCOLATE LAVA CAKE

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Lava Cake is a popular dessert that combines the elements of a flourless chocolate cake and a soufflé. Things that are unique from this cake and different from the other pastry cake is when we cut the cake, the chocolate sauce will flow out of the cake. My first try of this cake is in Seattle, United States of America (USA). But i think this cake can be found in other countries too, like Paris, France.

MACAROONS

macaroons

Macaroon is a type of light, baked confection, described as either small cakes or meringue-like cookies depending on their consistency. This cake origin’s Italy or French. The fine restaurant that sells THE MOST DELICIOUS MACAROONS is “LADUREE” in PARIS!

GELATO

Gelato

Gelato is the Italian traditional ice cream, derived from the Latin word “gelātus.” (meaning frozen). Gelato is made with milk, cream, various sugars, and flavoring such as fresh fruit and nut purees. Gelato is different with ice cream. Why? Because gelato has way less butterfat than ice cream. Also, gelato freezes less solidly than ice cream, so gelato melts faster that ice cream in your mouth.

Choux à la crème

choux a la creme

Choux à la crème is a simple French cakes. Choux à la crème is a choux pastry ball filled with whipped cream, pastry cream, or (particularly in the US) ice cream. The puffs may be decorated or left plain or garnished with chocolate sauce, caramel, or a dusting of powdered sugar. This cakes really suitable for Christmas. You can make a Christmas Tree from Choux à la crème , but you need to make many of them.

AFTERNOON TEA
AfternoonTea

Afternoon Tea is an event eating snacks from the British royal descent, which in a multilevel racks there are many snacks like cakes, sandwiches and scones. Usually, scones placed on the first level, the second is the pastries, and the last level is the sandwiches.

FRENCH BREAD

french-bread

This is a traditional French Bread! Looks deliCious right? :D just like Jenn Hall say, “A crisp, crunchy crust and slightly chewy center make this bread as traditional as the breads served in France.”

POFFERTJES

poffertjes

Poffertjes is a traditional Holland bite cakes. They are made with yeast and buckwheat flour. Typically, Poffertjes are served with powdered sugar and butter, or syrup. They can also be served with other sweet garnishes, such as whipped cream, or fruits. Poffertjes is also known in Indonesian cuisine through its historical ties as the former Dutch colony. Poffertjes is thought to be related to and to have influenced the Indonesian “kue cubit”.

PARFAIT

parfait

Parfait is a French word literally meaning “perfect” commonly employed to describe a kind of frozen dessert, beginning in 1894. In France, parfait refers to a frozen dessert made from a base of sugar syrup, egg, and cream. A parfait contains enough fat, sugar, alcohol and/or to a lesser extent air to allow it to be made by stirring infrequently while freezing.

CAKEPOPS

cakepops

A cake pop is a form of cake styled as a lollipop. Cake crumbs are mixed with icing or chocolate, and formed into small spheres or cubes in the same way as cake balls, before being given a coating of icing, chocolate or other decorations and attached to lollipop sticks. You can make many variations style of cake pops, like santa face, a deer, heart, and many more. In the picture, was the basic cake pops.

PASTEL DE NATA
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A Pastel de Nata, is a Portuguese egg tart pastry. Pastel de Nata or Pastel de Belém is a small cream tart found throughout Portugal’s pastry shops or cafés. It is believed that it was created before the 18th century by Catholic Sisters at the Jerónimos Monastery (Mosteiro dos Jerónimos) of Belém, in Lisbon.

Casa Pastéis de Belém in Lisbon was the first place outside the convent selling this creamy dessert, and there they’re called Pastéis de Belém, after the name of this area. Since 1837, locals have come here to get them warm out of the oven and sprinkle with the cinnamon and powdered sugar.

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