Mouthwatering Caribbean Desserts


While on vacation in the Caribbean, you must take a break to taste some of the island’s most mouthwatering desserts that will surely leave you in awe. The islands of the Caribbean offer you a chance to indulge in the flavors of the region as you sink your teeth into a sweet coconut pastry. Spend time in the Caribbean to learn how to cook delicious Caribbean desserts as you savor the taste of island culture.

The Caribbean is home to a number of mouthwatering delights that uses special herbs and spices to create a unique taste to enjoy. Introduce your taste buds to a livelier set of culinary delights, as you experience these unforgettable Caribbean desserts on the island.

Peanut Brittle: This is a hard candy made of peanuts, sugar and a dash of ginger for a sweet taste of the islands; very popular in Jamaica, Dominica or Antigua.

Desserts at Isabel & Andrew

Tamarind Balls: These delicacies can be sweet or sour which as re rolled into balls with tamarind fruit and brown sugar. Almost on all islands you will find this treat, especially during the months of January to April.

Coconut Drops: A tasty dessert that is made of finely chopped coconut which is boiled with ginger and sugar until tender, to produce a rocky piece of mouthwatering delight.

Barfi: This is an Indian-style dessert made by thickening coconut milk with brown sugar and spices, and when harden cut into squares; a popular choice in Trinidad.

Pudding © by alantankenghoe

Toolum: A blend of molasses, coconut, orange peel and ginger that creates a delicious dessert for you to enjoy.

Pholourie: This sweet ball of deep fried split pea flour served with sweet mango chutney is a delightful dessert to enjoy as the mouthwatering effects will have you yearning for more.

Mango Flambé: A delicious, simple and island desert that uniquely blend mangoes, sugar and rum for an electrifying taste.

Mango © by avlxyz

Mango Rum Cake: Freshly baked mango rum cake will excite the taste buds with pure delight while you savor the rich flavor of rum, spices, and of course mangoes.

Sweet Potato Pudding: This pudding is very famous in the Caribbean especially in Jamaica. A sweet and savory way to enjoy potatoes, as it blends with raisins and spices to make a mouthwatering dessert.

cake © by EvelynGiggles

Guava Cheese: This is a chewy, sweet Caribbean dessert that is made with fresh guavas and sugar to create a smooth and flavorful delight.

The islands are blessed with an excellent array of tropical fruits, amazing herbs and spices that produce these mouth-watering desserts. Infuse this experience which is guaranteed to serve up delicious Caribbean food and fun, as you bring home the exotic flavors to amaze your family and friends.