Want to test your culinary skills? Name all of the desserts that start with T.
What’s the first one you thought of? My personal favorite is Tiramisu. But there are lots of great desserts that start with T. And today I’ve rounded up an entire list for you!
From toffee to truffles to tiramisu, here are 20 delightful desserts that start with T.
20 Desserts That Start With the Letter T
- 20 Desserts That Start With the Letter T
- 1. Tres Leches Cake
- 2. Tiramisu
- 3. Tapioca Pudding
- 4. Torta Caprese
- 5. Turkish Delight
- 6. Tin Roof Pie
- 7. Toffee
- 8. Turron
- 9. Thin Mints Cookies
- 10. Tuiles
- 11. Treacle Tart
- 12. Trifle
- 13. Tutti Frutti
- 14. Tartufo
- 15. Texas Sheet Cake
- 16. Tarte Tatin
- 17. Taiyaki
- 18. Tottenham Cake
- 19. Truffles
- 20. Twix Bars
Let’s get the ball rolling with the delectable tres leches cake. Classic sponge cake is soaked in three types of dairy – evaporated milk, sweetened condensed milk, and cream. As if that could get any better, the cake is finished off with light and fluffy whipped cream.
The best part? Tres leches cake is easy and forgiving. Even if the sponge cake turns out dry, the milk will make it super moist and tender.
Tiramisu is a popular Italian dessert with layers of ladyfingers soaked in espresso and creamy mascarpone. With a dusting of cocoa powder on top, this light and airy dessert is guaranteed to disappear in minutes.
Unlike other recipes, this one does not call for raw eggs, making it perfect for beginners. It’s impossible to mess up!
Tapioca pudding is a light and refreshing treat, perfect to beat the summer heat.
Tapioca balls are little pearls with a gummy consistency. They’re those lovely little treats you get in a glass of boba tea!
The pudding consists of tapioca, coconut milk, and sliced fresh fruit. You can pick any fruit you like – from mango to melon to lychee.
Torta Caprese is a ridiculously decadent cake. What makes it extra special? It doesn’t contain flour.
It may be flourless, but you won’t believe how good it is! Flavored with chocolate and almond, this cake will rock your world.
Dust it with powdered sugar and you’ve got yourself a show-stopping sweet.
Turkish delight, or lokma, is a super chewy confection hailing from, surprise – Turkey. It’s so gooey it has to be dusted with powdered sugar or cream of tartar so it won’t stick!
Infused with rosewater or lemon, these squares are not only sweet but also full of flavor.
6. Tin Roof Pie
Tin Roof sundae is vanilla ice cream with caramel, fudge, and red-skinned Spanish peanuts. The peanuts look like roof tin shingles, hence the name. This dessert has all the flavors and textures of the sundae but in pie form.
With a buttery graham cracker crust, a vanilla ice cream filling with caramel sauce, fudge, and peanuts, and a sweetened whipped cream topping, tin roof pie is the definition of decadence.
Toffee is an addictive treat made of crunchy caramel peppered with almonds, pecans, and chocolate chips. So good it’s hard to share. (But at least try!)
If you think it requires mad-baking skills to make, think again! This recipe is so easy, you might end up making it every week.
Not to be confused with the Filipino “turon,” the Spanish turron is a sweet and melt-in-your-mouth confection made of thick almond paste. Flavored with toasted almonds and honey, this bite-sized beauty is the bomb!
Turron is traditionally served during Christmas, but it’s easy enough to make any day of the year.
Mint and chocolate: you either love them or hate them. If you’re a fan of the polarizing combo, this thin mint cookie recipe is for keeps.
The cookies themselves are super crisp and crunchy; they’re already a treat on their own. The rich mint chocolate coating gives them that uniquely wonderful flavor.
Tuiles: it sounds extra fancy because it’s French, but you’d be surprised at how easy it is to make.
But first, a definition. Tuiles are crisp wafer-thin biscuits with a long, cylindrical shape. The word tuiles (tweels) is French for tiles. It is said that the cookies resemble the shape of clay roof tiles, hence the name.
Serve tuiles with coffee or mix it with ice cream for a delightful afternoon treat.
11. Treacle Tart
If you’re a fan of the Harry Potter books, you probably remember that treacle tart is Harry’s favorite. Once you’ve tried it, you’ll understand why.
Treacle tart is a classic British dessert comprising a flaky and buttery pie crust and a sweet and sticky lemon filling.
The gooey filling is made from treacle (hence the name), breadcrumbs, and lemon zest. It’s a fairly simple combination that delivers maximum flavor.
Trifle is a heavenly dessert that tastes just as phenomenal as it looks. With a layer of ladyfingers, cream, jam, cream cheese filling, and fresh berries, this easy 30-minute trifle is a must at every party.
13. Tutti Frutti
Tutti frutti is a fun and fruity treat made of candied fruits flavored in syrup. The fun part is you get to color it however you want!
Use it as a chewy ice cream mix-in or a colorful dessert topping.
Tartufo is a decadent dessert made of chocolate and vanilla ice cream with a cherry center and a cookie-crumb coating. Need I say more?
It’s like taking all the best desserts – chocolate, vanilla, cookies, and cherries – and making one heck of a delicious treat.
15. Texas Sheet Cake
Texas sheet cake is a fluffy cake loaded with pecans and topped with a sinful frosting.
The cake itself is a delicious, super easy, one-bowl recipe. What makes it special is the chocolate frosting cooked to ooey-gooey perfection.
Let’s not forget about the pecans, either. The lovely crunch is a wonderful contrast to the tender cake.
16. Tarte Tatin
This Tarte Tatin features tender, caramelized apples in a buttery pie crust. This recipe is fool-proof! Even if the worst thing you can think of happens, it will still turn out amazing.
Taiyaki is a popular street food in Japan. A crisp and tender fish-shaped treat with red bean filling, it’s like a mash-up between a stuffed waffle and a cake.
18. Tottenham Cake
Tottenham cake is an English confection originating in Tottenham, London. It’s a simple sponge cake with icing and sprinkles on top. What makes it utterly delightful is its pretty pink hue. What a beautiful teatime dessert.
Truffles are fancy confections that you’d think are complicated to make, but are actually so easy. So much so that you might find yourself making it all the time!
It’s basically a combination of melted chocolate and cream. Once the mixture is firm enough, it’s formed into balls and coated with cocoa powder, sprinkles, or melted chocolate.
20. Twix Bars
Chocolate lovers, rejoice! Sure, buying Twix from the store is much more convenient, but wouldn’t it be fun to make your own?
With layers of shortbread, caramel, and melted chocolate, this copycat candy bar is impossible to resist.
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