Popular Desserts in Malta Post World War II

 In TasteHistory

A cursory look at recipe books published after the Second World War in Malta immediately indicates the sensory revolution that the Maltese experienced when indulging in their sweets. In 1955, the list of dessert recipes included: tea cakes, Turkish delight, marshmallow, lemon curd, and orange creams, among others. By 1961 additional varieties included: apple strudel, pears belle Helene, queen of puddings, Genoese sponge, and chocolate roll. And if this does not satisfy your sweet tooth, then feast your eyes on mince pies, chestnut truffles, chocolate mousse, almond crackers, doughnuts, and plum pudding, listed in a 1968 recipe book. Enough said.

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