Is it a coincidence that the season to be jolly is right around the corner with India’s wedding season? I think not! Christmas and wedding season were meant to come together. So that simpletons like us can enjoy the best of both worlds and celebrate the whole month long! So what if your wedding is not on the same day as Jesus’ birthday? You can always bring some Christmas magic to the table. What better way than doing that than including some Christmas inspired desserts to the dessert aisle? Here is a list of 6 such desserts to choose from-
1.Bread Pudding with Whiskey Caramel Sauce
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If I had to describe bread pudding in a word, I would say- comfort. Bread pudding is a staple Christmas delicacy, wafting with aromas that spreads joy everywhere. The sticky whiskey caramel sauce adds a good punch to the dessert.
2. Buche de Noel
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The Buche de Noel cake is a French dessert that looks a lot like the Yule log that people burn at Christmas eve. It is a lot like a swiss chocolate roll. You can always mix and match flavours like chocolate and cherry, chocolate and mint, etc.
3. Brandy Mascarpone Semifreddo
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The brandy mascarpone semifreddo tastes a lot like eggnog and eggnog tastes a lot like spiced custard.
4. Christmas Pudding
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The British love their puddings and they definitely make the best Christmas pudding! Each bite of this pudding is rich with dry fruits and flavour. No British Christmas is complete without this pudding.
5. Japanese Fruit Cake with Lemon Coconut Frosting
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The Japanese fruit cake is a little different from the traditional one- mainly because it doesn’t require candied fruits. A traditional holiday treat, this cake calls for a lemon coconut frosting. The unlikely combination is a treat for your taste-buds!
6. Classic Trifle
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Layers of perfection consisting of jam, strawberries, creamy mascarpone custard and sherry soaked cake. Ahh, a trifle is needed at every dessert aisle!
My mouth is already watering!