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Sorbets, Crêpes, Cakes, Doughnuts, Waffles, Ice Creams – sweet treats have probably been irresistible to humans since Prehistoric Man first tasted the golden gooey stuff inside a beehive. In more modern times, it is said that desserts first became popular as the trendy way to swap the aftertaste of a rich meal with a sweet taste. But it’s very possible it was simply because they taste a-may-zing.
Today, there are so many sweet things to swoon over that we often enjoy them without a meal in sight. Craving some White Chocolate Cookie Dough or a Banana Split Sundae? Yearning for a Mango Mochi or a Strawberry Cheesecake Waffle? Daydreaming about Sherbet Dib-Dabs or Fizzy Wine Gums? They’re all out there waiting to stretch a big kid’s smile across your face. Just order from somewhere near you, via the Just Eat app.
Hot Chocolate Brownies
Q: Need a Sweet? A: Just Eat. Eton Mess is an ever-so-English mixture of strawberries, broken meringue and whipped double cream. It originated at Eton College in 1893, but thanks to Just Eat, can now be delivered directly to your ‘house’. A Pineapple Upside-Down Cake is baked in a single pan with toppings at the bottom of the pan, hence ‘upside-down’. Then, allez-oop, remove it and it’s right side up again. Sweet. There’s Chocolate Upside-Down Cake, too. Feeling fruity? Banoffee Pie is made with fresh bananas plus toffee (Ban + offee, geddit?) with cream on a crumbly-biscuity-buttery base. Staying with toffee, Sticky Toffee Pudding is another classic with moist sponge covered in fudgy, caramelised toffee. Still staying sticky, Treacle Tart dates back to English author Mary Jewry’s cookbook from the late 19th Century (the century was late, Just Eat won’t be).