5 European Desserts You Can’t Afford To Miss.
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Have you planned a trip to Europe but weren’t able to go due to the pandemic, or any other reason? These things can happen to even the best of us. But don't worry; you can plan your trip for next year, but in the meantime, why not try these five wonderful European desserts? You'd undoubtedly feel like you're on a Euro tour! 

    Crème Brûlée From Paris 

This French dish, sometimes known as burnt cream or trinity cream, is now enjoyed practically everywhere in the world. It's a delicacy made up of thick, smooth custard with a caramelised sugar top that gives it a lovely golden colour. This delicacy, which is made with milk, sugar, egg yolks, and vanilla, will transport you to a Parisian café in no time. 

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    Churros From Spain 

No one can deny that good old churros covered in delicious rich melted chocolate that are simply irresistible. This delicacy, made of fried dough, might be served for breakfast or lunch. Isn't that appealing? When you're feeling sad, this is the ideal definition of 'pick me up.' 

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    Tiramisu From Rome 

This one is for all the coffee drinkers out there; we all enjoy our coffee, but imagine a coffee dessert. It makes our tongues drool and our hearts swoon. This coffee delicacy created with mascarpone cheese and ladyfingers is the perfect combination of bitter and sweet, and it will make you feel like you're sitting in front of an ancient Roman castle. 

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    Gelato From Italy 

Instead of your typical ice cream, try some Italian gelatos. It's a frozen Italian treat that comes in a variety of flavours and is now enjoyed by nearly everyone in the world. It has a considerably creamier, lighter, and smoother flavour than ordinary ice cream, and according to some sources, it is also much healthier than regular ice cream. 

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     Chocolate Fondue From Switzerland 

What could be better than a box of chocolates? Of course, a whole pot of melted chocolate. Fondue is a Swiss national dish that originated in that country. Chocolate fondue was found when a restaurant owner wanted fondue as a dessert on his menu, despite the fact that it was initially intended for cheese. The rest, as they say, is history. Fondue can be used to dip almost anything, from fruits to cakes to crackers. This is one of Europe's best sweets that you should try.  

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 So, why not treat yourself to a dessert outing or order one or two of these for yourself and your family to enjoy at home? Although your trip to Europe is unlikely to happen anytime soon, you can indulge in these treats in the meantime.