I love warm desserts like chocolate pudding, sticky date pudding, apple crumble and rice pudding. I don't have them very often as my mum usually makes them when we visit.
Chocolate is a great way to tide me over though. ;-)
Looks like cheesecake is king. I remember impressing my cheesecake loving daughter when we both experienced a school exchange to Japan by telling her that breakfast one morning consited of watermelon and cheesecake. Well, why not?
Yeah, chocolate for me too! I used to eat it daily till I was diagnosed pre-diabetic, now it's a treat, still too frequent but at least I'm not pre-diabetic anymore! Although a friend of mine was given a large clear cannister of mixed lollies like jaffas, snakes, soft jubes, m & m's, ripe raspberries etc. It's hard to walk past and not indulge in some of my favourites.
I love anything sweet (except lollies) and macarons and pastries are my favourites. Wish there was a decent cake shop in Rockingham. Went to a cafe in Lygon Street, Melbourne a few years ago and the choice was enormous!
Dark chocolate for me!! Love, love, love it!!! Especially Lindt!! Yum, yum!! I'm the only one in my immediate family who loves dark chocolate, so I know I can leave it lying around and no one else will eat it!!! Otherwise I have to secrete my naughty treats around the house, but they always seem to get found!!! I also love licorice and chocolate coated licorice of any kind!! Mandy E.
Yes. Anything, except macarons, muffins or brownies.
Love Dark chocolate, whatever! Tried Lindt Sea Salt Choc, ok, but salt is too, too subtle, you can JUST taste it fleetingly as you swallow! Could do literally with one-two grains more!
Like new Tim-Tams 'dark chocolicious'. First of that type I've ever eaten!
I'm with you - macarons, brownies, muffins out. All the others just grand. Get the occasional urge for a lot apple turnover with fresh cream and more apple than the average turnover contains. Or a chocolate eclair with fresh cream. Like the old matchsticks fresh cream again. Custard tart baked with a little nutmeg atop (not the custard tart with the brick-hard base and the luminous yellow concoction poured into it). Large passionfruit sponge, oh that icing. I like quite a few sweet things………but I don't like muffins.