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21 Amazing Chocolate Desserts From Around The World
Chocolate Mousse
Chocolate mousse was created by French painter Henri Toulouse-Lautrec in the late 1800s. The standard recipe blends chocolate, eggs, and heavy cream.
Chocolate Fondue
Invented by a Swiss restaurateur during the '60s, chocolate fondue is a delicious treat where diners dip various sweet treats in a warm pot of melted chocolate.
This confection was invented by Austrian pastry chef Franz Sacher in 1832 and consists of a layer of apricot jam that's hidden between two fluffy chocolate sponges.
The whole thing is covered with a rich, dark chocolate glaze and often served with a dollop of fresh whipped cream. However, the original recipe is a closely guarded secret.
Chocolate Budino
Budino is an Italian pudding that has a base of milk, eggs, and cornstarch. Chocolate budino incorporates chocolate to give the pudding just a hint of bitterness.
Brigadeiro is a Brazilian treat where sweetened condensed milk is mixed with butter and cocoa powder and shaped into golf ball-sized spheres that are rolled in sprinkles.