Berlín in Spanish, it’s a deep-fried dough, doused in powdered sugar and with a cream filling.
Unlike the couple for which it was named (Romeo and Juliet), this Brazilian dessert can’t go wrong, as cheese + guava paste = happiness.
There’s no secret to it. It’s made with rice cooked in milk and sugar. You can add cinnamon, lime shavings, clove, etc.
This traditional Mexican dessert has a caramel base and is made with pumpkin seeds, wafer biscuits and brown sugar. If you aren’t convinced by all this, maybe these lovely colors can help!
It’s coconut with sugar. And it’s amazing. <3
Popular among Argentines and Uruguayans, this dessert is famous all over the world.
It’s one of the most important cultural institutions in Brazil.
It’s made from quince, which is cooked with sugar. In Spanish it’s known as dulce de membrillo.
This dessert, made with purple corn and starch, is quite traditional in Peru.
Is it the greatest passion of the Latin American people?????
The dough is deep fried and then rolled in sugar. In Spanish they are known as buñuelos.
More deep-fried dough? Yes, please. Thank you.
Quite popular in Brazil’s central region and in Andean countries (where it’s known as humita), it’s a paste made from corn that’s boiled wrapped in corn husks.