Eclairs are oblong pastries made of choux dough that is piped through a pastry bag into long, thin strips and then baked until the dough is puffed up and crispy. Once the eclairs are baked, they are split down the middle and filled with pastry cream or whipped cream, and then topped with a chocolate glaze.
2. Elephant ears
Elephant ears, also known as palmiers, are sweet, flaky pastries that are shaped like elephant ears. They are made by rolling out puff pastry dough, spreading it with sugar and cinnamon (or another flavor), and then folding it in half and slicing it into thin pieces. The slices are then baked until they are golden and crispy.
3. English toffee
English toffee: English toffee is a type of confection made by boiling sugar, butter, and heavy cream together until the mixture reaches the hard ball stage. The mixture is then poured into a lined pan and allowed to cool and harden. Once it has hardened, it is usually broken into small pieces and often coated in chocolate.
4. Epiphany cake
Epiphany cake, also known as “King Cake,” is a type of cake that is traditionally served on Epiphany, which is a Christian holiday that falls on January 6th and marks the end of the Twelve Days of Christmas. Epiphany cakes are typically made with a sweet, rich dough that is braided and shaped into a ring. The cakes are then baked and decorated with icing and sprinkles. A small plastic baby is often hidden inside the cake, and the person who finds the baby in their slice of cake is said to have good luck for the rest of the year.
5. Eton mess
Eton mess is a dessert that originated at Eton College in England. It is made by combining whipped cream, meringue, and fruit, typically strawberries. The ingredients are mixed together and served in a bowl or individual glasses.
6. Eves pudding
Eves pudding is a traditional English dessert that is made with apples, butter, sugar, and pastry. The apples are peeled, cored, and sliced, and then arranged in a pie dish. A pastry lid is placed on top of the apples, and the pie is baked until the pastry is golden and the apples are tender. The pie is typically served with cream or ice cream.
7. Evaporated milk ice cream
Evaporated milk ice cream is a type of ice cream that is made with evaporated milk, which is milk that has had about 60% of its water content removed. The evaporated milk gives the ice cream a rich, creamy texture and a slightly caramelized flavor.
8. Exotic fruitcake
Exotic fruitcake is a type of fruitcake that is made with a variety of exotic fruits such as papaya, mango, and guava, as well as more traditional fruitcake ingredients such as raisins, nuts, and spices. The fruits are typically soaked in alcohol, such as rum or brandy, before they are added to the cake batter.
9. Extra-rich chocolate fudge cake
An extra-rich chocolate fudge cake is a chocolate cake that is made with a high proportion of chocolate and is typically very moist and rich. It may be filled and frosted with chocolate fudge icing or chocolate ganache.
10. Extra creamy cheesecake
Extra creamy cheesecake is a type of cheesecake that is made with a high proportion of cream cheese and other rich ingredients such as sour cream, heavy cream, and/or eggs. The cheesecake is typically smooth and creamy in texture. To make extra creamy cheesecake, you will need the following ingredients: cream cheese, sugar, eggs, sour cream, heavy cream, vanilla extract, and a graham cracker or cookie crust. The cream cheese and sugar are beaten together until they are smooth, and then the eggs, sour cream, heavy cream, and vanilla extract are added.
11. English Christmas pudding
English Christmas pudding is a traditional British dessert that is served during the holiday season. It is a rich, dense fruitcake that is made with dried fruit, nuts, spices, and a variety of other ingredients such as breadcrumbs, suet, and brandy. The pudding is typically steamed or boiled and is often served with a hard sauce or brandy butter. English Christmas pudding is typically made several weeks in advance of Christmas and is often aged or “matured” before it is served.
12. Eggnog ice cream
Eggnog ice cream is a type of ice cream that is flavored with the ingredients of traditional eggnog, which is a holiday beverage made with milk, cream, sugar, and spices. Eggnog ice cream is made by combining the ingredients of eggnog with the base ingredients for ice cream, which are typically milk, cream, sugar, and eggs. The mixture is then churned in an ice cream maker until it is frozen and creamy.
13. Eggnog bread pudding
Eggnog bread pudding is a dessert that combines the flavors of eggnog with the classic comfort food of bread pudding. It is made by soaking stale bread in a mixture of eggnog, eggs, sugar, and spices, and then baking the mixture until it is set and golden. Eggnog bread pudding can be served warm or cold, and it is often served with a drizzle of eggnog sauce or a dusting of confectioners’ sugar. 14.
14. Eggnog fudge
Eggnog fudge is a type of fudge that is flavored with the ingredients of traditional eggnog, which is a holiday beverage made with milk, cream, sugar, and spices. Eggnog fudge is made by combining the ingredients of eggnog with sugar, butter, and chocolate, and then boiling the mixture until it reaches the soft ball stage. The mixture is then poured into a lined pan and allowed to cool and harden.15.
15. Espresso panna cotta
Espresso panna cotta is a type of Italian dessert that is made with heavy cream, milk, sugar, and espresso. The ingredients are combined and cooked together until the mixture thickens, and then it is poured into molds and chilled until it is set. Panna cotta is typically served with a drizzle of caramel or chocolate sauce, or it can be topped with fruit.
16. Espresso truffles
Espresso truffles are chocolate truffles that are flavored with espresso. They are made by combining chocolate, cream, butter, and espresso to form a smooth, creamy ganache, which is then chilled until it is firm enough to shape. The ganache is then shaped into balls and coated in cocoa powder, chocolate, or other coatings.