Sweet tooth: Best Mexican desserts
Have a sweet tooth? Then indulge it while you are in Mexico to learn the Spanish language! Known for its wide array of desserts and pastries, you can definitely enjoy having a sweet tooth in the country.
Here are some of Mexico’s best desserts – that you should not miss!:
One of Mexico’s popular desserts, the tres leches cake is a delicious and moist cake known in English as the “three milk cake”. It is basically a sponge cake that is soaked in three milk types: heavy cream, condensed milk, and evaporated milk. It is usually a very light cake with several air bubbles. It has a distinct texture that isn’t even soggy.
Often used as a snack, buñuelos are fritters that are also used as toppings or fillings in many Mexican dishes. This dessert is often served on special occasions like Christmas, Ramadan, and Hanukkah. It usually consists of wheat-based yeast dough that’s rolled thinly and cut and shaped into several pieces; these are then fried and finished with a topping that’s usually sweet. It can be filled with yams, cheese, and other fillings you can think of.
Perfect for those who are conscious of their weight, this dessert features tortillas that are filled with fresh fruits like strawberries, cherries, and apples; they are baked and covered with fresh raisins-made sauce.
Churros are one famous Mexican dessert that’s made of flour, butter, and eggs. These tasty treats are deep fried and are better served hot. The dessert is best with hot chocolate or coffee to give you a boost in the morning or something to fill you in the afternoon.
These sumptuous desserts are perfect to keep you relaxed. Desserts, after all, is just “stressed” spelled backward.