In the United States, the sweeter the dessert, the better
What is the number one dessert – well, it depends – where in the country are you?
A delicious, familiar dessert can transport you back to your childhood. So it’s not surprising that dessert cravings vary across the country.
Ice cream is one of the most loved desserts, although it’s not ranked as well as you might think. This is the most popular dessert in only five states.
Cheesecake? People love simple, creamy cheesecakes in a state that is bursting with tropical fruits. There are many ways cheesecake can be healthy.
North Dakota is home to the iconic ice cream sundae, which includes strawberry, vanilla, and chocolate ice cream with a variety of toppings.
Surprise! Only two states are able to name chocolate chip cookies as their favorite dessert. Maybe a cookie is a snack, not a dessert. A slice of cake is an obligation, while a cookie is a small treat.
The Garden State has a strong tradition of the old-fashioned icebox cake. This recipe can also be made with Funfetti cake mix.
It’s amazing that Rhode Island isn’t the only state to buy donuts as a sweet treat. These donuts are more of a breakfast treat than a dessert.
All would be well if cream cheese was a food group. Cream cheese is a great frosting for cakes, especially when it’s in the form of a Hummingbird Cake. Although this is an extremely popular cake in the South, it can also be found in Jamaica, where it is a well-loved dessert. You can’t have too much cream cheese!
Those of you who follow my blog regularly will know that I am a certified caramel addict. I have never turned down a caramel, butterscotch or dulce de Leche flavor in my entire life. This banoffee pie is for everyone who feels the same. You’re going to have to loosen your pants!