Foodie Diary: My Personal Dessert List

Hi, visitors! I’m Victoria Bao, your chef and gastronome.

During the final week, all of the students has a lot of pressure.

So I decided to introduce some dessert and help students get some time off.




Tiramisu is an Italian dessert. But it is very popular around the world. It is made of Italian Savoiardi, egg yolks, cheese and cocoa. I like the creamy flavor of this dessert. This is one of the most common desserts in the coffee shop.



Trifle is an English dessert. It made with fruits, some cake, and cream. It contains many layers. The recipe can be changed to yogurt and chocolate. I like the yogurt one and it is also a very healthy dessert.



Churro is kind of like donuts except it from Spanish. It is very popular in Spain, France and United States. Last year I went to France and I purchased this snack at the loco park. It was very tasty, they have melted chocolate inside.



Mooncake is a popular traditional dessert in China. Chinese people eat this dessert during the Mid-Autumn Festival. During this festival, Chinese people will purchase mooncake for their family and their friends. In order to memorial Qu Yuan who was an important people in China.

Maple Taff


Maple Taff is an interesting dessert from Quebec, Eastern Ontario, New Brunswick and northern New England. It is a traditional culture. It is made by the boiling maple sap and placed on the ice and after rolling them together and lifted with a wooden stick.


These are the five delicious desserts that I want you guys to try! Please leave your comments below and let me know your thoughts about these desserts!

Thank you for watching my blog and have a wonderful day! :)


3 thoughts on “Foodie Diary: My Personal Dessert List

  1. Oh my… Those desserts look DELICIOUS. The only one that you listed that I refuse to eat is Tiramisu… It doesn’t taste very good to me; not my cup of tea. Churros, however, are a COMPLETELY different story. There are so many different tyoes if churros; my favorite is the caramel and apple filled ones. YUMM!!!

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