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From Sacher Torte to Tiramisu: How Chocolate Is Eaten Around The World

LilyOBrienz Dishes to inspire from across the globe! How is chocolate eaten around the world? Ireland England Chocolate & Cream ictoria Spong Layered chocolate dessert smothered with Irish cream. Two large chocolate sponge cakes sandwiched together with chocolate buttercream. In Europe Italy France Pain Au Chocolat Tiramisu Coffee dipped trifle sponge fingers, layered with a whipped egg mixture, sugar, and mascarpone cheese. Finished with cocoa. Sweet flaky pastry (the same used for croissants) with dark chocolate in the middle Sweden Austria Punsch-roll Sacher Torte Small, cylinder shaped pastries filled with crushed cookies, butter and cacao, then covered in marzipan and dipped in chocolate. Dense chocolate sponge layered with apricot jam and coated in more chocolate. Usually served with unsweetened whipped cream. Germany Netherlands Lebkuchen Stroopwafel Glazed or chocolate-coated gingerbread. Most popular during Two thin, slightly crunchy layers of baked dough, filled with syrup or caramel, with one half often dipped in chocolate. and around Christmas. Spain Russia Russian Black E Bread Rye bread, made with chocolate, coffee, and onions. Churro Atype of long, thin doughnut, usually served with and dipped into a mug of thick hot chocolate. Across the Seas Canada Australia Nanaimo Bar Lamington Biscuit base topped with vanilla custard or butter icing, and covered in melted chocolate. Squares of sponge cake coated in chocolate sauce and desiccated coconut – often served with a layer of cream or strawberry jam in the middle. Mexico (•) USA vil's Bood Caco Devil's Mole Food Sauce made with chocolate and chillies - eaten with savoury dishes, particularly chicken. Rich, moist, and airy chocolate cake with thick chocolate frosting. Philippines Jamaica Champorado Pudín de Pan Chocolate Rice porridge sweetened with cocoa powder, milk, and sugar. Usually served at breakfast. Bread pudding made with chocolate. Sources: The Daily Meal, Around the World In 80 Bakes, Wikipedia

From Sacher Torte to Tiramisu: How Chocolate Is Eaten Around The World

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