This dense, puddinglike pumpkin bread makes a rich and satisfying dessert.
Fresh bananas layered with sweetened condensed milk and cream cheese comprise this sumptuous Brazilian dessert.
You can find many versions of brigadieros, but chocolate is the traditional flavor for these dense, chewy fudge balls rolled in sprinkles, a treasured treat in Brazil.
Meringue adds lightness and body to this classic tapioca pudding.
Variations on this elegant cookie can be found throughout Latin America, but alfajores are associated above all with the café culture of Buenos Aires. They're served year-round with coffee, but during the holidays home cooks all over Argentina break out their trusted family recipes — each one unique but always with a decadent filling of dulce de leche sandwiched between two rounds of crisp butter cookie.
Flavors of sweet ripe blueberries and tangy passion fruit makes this custard irresistible.
This recipe calls for Argentine ladyfingers. Softer than some Italian savoiardi, they partically dissolve into the layers of cream, creating a custardy texture.
Tres Leches cake recipe with photo and step-by-step instructions. This milk-soaked cake originated in Nicaragua.
This cake or "kuchen" came to southern Chile with the German immigrants and it gradually found its way to the islands.
This recipe for dulce de leche is delicious drizzled on ice cream, poured on cake, or even eaten by the spoonful.
The custardlike interior of this three-tiered cake is fresh or condensed milk reduced to a thick, sweet paste.
This delectable sauce is the quintessential Argentinean treat.