We went to my sister's place for Easter dinner with 20 assorted friends and family. Afterwards I realized that the deserts I made sort of crossed a few international borders.
I found this great tin of large German circle cutters at the flea market and had to try them out.
I made a Chilean sweet that was a favorite childhood treat whenever we went to the beach. Dulces de La Liegua are sweet cracker rounds stuck together with cooked sweetened condensed milk and covered with meringue.
About half way through putting them together I was sure I had made way to many. What a production chore with meringue smeared all over me as well as the dulces.
They were just as good as I remembered them to be.
To round out my contribution I made Nanimo bars, a sinful Canadian Christmas sweet and Hot Cross Buns, a traditional British Easter food.
Wasn't too many leftovers, so I guess my choices for the desert were well chosen.