I have the biggest sweet tooth. I am a sucker for desserts and I can admit to being a chocoholic. Naturally, I don’t stop myself from trying new sweet treats when I travel, and sometimes even photograph them. But I don’t stop at sweet; savory food takes a place in my heart as well.
Below you will find a photo series of sweet, fruity and decadent foods from across my travels, enjoy!:
In [Weird] Portland, OR, you can get delicious chocolate chip cookies and dark chocolate infused with wood, at the coffee shop. Yes, you read that right.
Summer calls for s’mores in America! These were enjoyed after sunset in Mossyrock, Washington.
Mexican people are born with a sweet tooth and it’s common to find traditional and commercial candy almost everywhere.
These two kids enjoy popsicles in rural India.
Cotton candy in Mexico City.
Enjoying pearl (bubble) mango and lychee blended tea in Rainier, Oregon.
Meet dragonfruit, bought at a supermarket in Mumbai, India.
Above is a delicious and refreshing jugo de guayaba (fresh guava juice) found at the market in Mexico.
This was an absolutely delicious Chocolate, Cherry, and Candied Pistachio Ice Cream at the Veritable Quandary, our favorite place in Portland, OR.
One day, during our time living in India we were having a rough day and decided to go buy a bunch of Indian junk food: chocolate, cookies, mango juice and coke. It lifted our moods!
Vaishnavi’s birthday cake during a traditional birthday celebration in Maharashtra, India.
I don’t remember where I had this! Probably cause I got lost in the divine cake.
In Acapulco you can get fresh mandarin sorbet…
…as well as this exquisite fresh coconut sorbet.
AND enjoy chocolate ice cream from the balcony.
Above is probably the best warm brownie you’ll ever have in India. At 1000 Oaks restaurant in Pune.
A famous place in Portland is Salt & Straw ice cream shop. This time we ordered raspberry cucumber sorbet and salted caramel.
I indulged while in Austria, Vienna too, with this magnificent ice cream cup.
This is a treat to have at the Fairmont Hotel in Victoria, BC during afternoon tea. This was the top tier with yummy desserts and pastries: Maple Pumpkin Dacquoise, Blackcurrant Lamington, Chocolate Cherry Tea Cup, Citrus Greek Yogurt Cheesecake and Spiced Vanilla Shortbread.
While living in India, I also made homemade Kheer, Indian rice pudding. (Recipe)
In Astoria, Oregon I had this mini delicious flourless chocolate cake.
Would you go for churros or campechanas? At this food stand in Mexico City. I bought some campechanas, which are flaky pastries with a perfectly crisp caramelized top, they are sold in thin plastic bags by the dozen in many street corners.
As I have mentioned a few times in this blog, this is Kürtőskalács: a delicious Hungarian doughy treat.
Traditional Indian sweets come in all kinds of flavors and colors.
And this is berry and chocolate gelato from Ottavio’s in Victoria, BC, not Italy.
Maybe I should’ve done “Ice cream Around the world” but I wouldn’t have been able to include a few of the pics. Which of these sweet foods would you like to have right now?