If there is one thing you should know about us, it’s we love something a little sweet. When we had a kitchen to call our own, one thing we loved to do was bake. Since we no longer have that, we thought we would feed our sweet tooth with things from places we visited. Feed your sweet tooth with these amazing treats from around the world!
When we think of world famous chocolates, we think of Belgium! When the opportunity arose in Antwerp, Belgium to visit a chocolatier and try out hand crafted chocolates, we jumped with joy. We are glad we did because they did not disappoint!
Popsicles in Asia
While popsicles are not specifically tied to just one part of the world, we did find that some of the cutest ones were in Malaysia, Southeast Asia, and Asia! Look how cute this panda pop was from the basement foodcourt in Bangkok’s Siam Paragon Mall.
Swedish Princess Cake
We love a good piece of cake and we love marzipan, these two come together in Sweden’s Princess Cake. We were a little concerned when we saw that it was green, but decided to dive right in to a piece. The layers of sponge cake and cream topped with marzipan and powdered sugar were fit for a princess and a couple of queens. Click here to see the amazing underground art scene in Stockholm.
Yogurt in Singapore
This was yogurt heaven! In Singapore we came across a yogurt place called Milk & Honey, specializing in artisan yogurts parfaits. Brad got the Matcha De Coco and it was mouth watering. Perfect treat for exploring Singapore day or night.
Czech Republic’s Trdelnik
One of the most common sweet treat we saw around Prague was the Trdelnik. Traditionally it is just the dough, grilled to the perfect golden brown over open coals with caramelized sugar on the exterior. However, Prague has many Trdelnik street vendors that have put their special twist on this treat. It was filled with ice cream and Nutella chocolate. Click here to see Prague at night!
Mango Sticky Rice Thai Street Food
Who knew mangos, rice, and condensed milk could taste so good? This sweet treat is a staple street food all around Thailand. It is so delicious in every bite.
Churros Con Chocolate in Spain
Something sweet at breakfast is the best and Spain knows how to do it. Churros con chocolate is the breakfast that the entire nation loves. It’s so simple, and so delicious. Take a churro, dip it in chocolate, and enjoy it with a cup of coffee. Good morning!
The second sweet from Belgium on our list is the waffle! We saw waffles of all kinds when traveling around Belgium. We opted for the simple and traditional waffle with powdered sugar sprinkled on top. Simple divine. If you want a more over-the-top waffle, try one with fruits and chocolate on top.
Cheese Tarts through Asia
This is not your every-day cheese tart, it was made with matcha and love, it certainly was the best. The cheese tart is found all over Asia. It is a golden crust with perfectly baked cheese and filled with the creamiest cheese mousse. Melts right into your mouth.
Hong Kong Egg Waffles
Another sweet and simple treat found across Asia and the egg waffle. It is basically a waffle baked in a special waffle iron that gives it the shape of little eggs. Generally it is baked with chocolate chips, cheese, or other little goodies to make it yummy.
The Netherlands Stroopwafel
We may sound like a broken record but here is another type of waffle, however, this one is special. The Storopwafel is the delight of The Netherlands. It is two super thin waffles layers with a caramel-like syrup in the middle.
Kaya Toast in Singapore
Toast…yes, toast. Kaya toast is a popular breakfast in Malaysia and Singapore. Kaya is a special coconut jam (made with enough butter to make Paula Deen proud), spread between toast and served with a soft-boiled egg and a killer cup of coffee.
Indonesian “Coffee” Drinks
We don’t know if we should classify this stuff as coffee or shakes, but we do know it was super delicious. Kopi Bali House in Bali, Indonesia made one of the best guilty-pleasure coffee drinks we have ever had. It was perfect after a hot day of exploring Ubud. Up next, seeing Tanah Lot at sunset!
Thai Rolled Ice Cream
Stir-fried ice cream or Thai rolled ice cream or whatever you want to call it, ice cream rolls were delicious. We first saw a youtube video of a street vendor making Thai-rolled ice cream, so of course when we saw a man making some with our own eyes, we treated ourself. Who would say no to a handmade ice cream dessert. After we indulged, we decided to have a fun night out on Koh Phi Phi Island.
We are two en route for more of the world’s sweet treats.