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Transcript of Dessert
Something that no one can resists
Sweet tender breads made with sugar and delicate flour.
Choc & Candies
Candies involve the crystallization of sugar which varies the texture of sugar crystals
Custard & Pudding
These kinds of sweets usually include a thickened dairy base.
Pastries can either take the form of light and flaky bread with an airy texture or unleavened dough with a high fat content.
Pastries can be eaten with fruits, chocolates, or other sweeteners and are often eaten with tea.
Ice cream and gelato both fit into this category.
Ice cream is a cream base that is churned as it is frozen to create a creamy consistency, while gelato uses a milk base and has less air than ice cream.
Sorbet is made from churned fruit and is not dairy based.
Deep fried dessert made from flour.
Custards are cooked and thickened with eggs
Puddings are thickened with starches.
Two-types of donuts
Ring-shaped with the circle in the middle
Cookies are similar to cakes (the word coming from the Dutch word koekje meaning little cake).
Historically cookies were small spoonfuls of cake batter placed in the oven to test the temperature.
Cookies can come in many different forms.
Examples include layered bars, crispy meringues, and soft chocolate chip cookies.
A processed, typically sweetened food produced from the seed of the tropical Theobroma cacao tree
Can either take the form of light and flaky bread with an airy texture or unleavened dough with a high fat content
Pastries can be eaten with fruits, chocolates, or other sweeteners and are often eaten with tea