Now we all have a sweet tooth every now and then, here is some drooling stuff for you.

In Greek: κρέμα με μήλα και μπανάνες, pronounced KREH-mah meh MEE-lah keh bah-NAH-nes

This Apple Banana Pudding is a delicious and delightful dessert that’s light enough to serve after a big meal, and a tasty way to incorporate fruits that traditionally follow Greek meals.

Making corn starch pudding from scratch isn’t difficult; it justs requires a little attention.

Apple Banana

In Greek: γαλατόπιτα, say: ghah-lah-TOH-pee-tah

This is a lovely simple custard pie that sits on a base of phyllo. The recipe calls for milk, eggs, sugar, semolina, and orange peel. Delightful as a breakfast or brunch dish, it can also be served as a snack or light dessert.

The key to success with this recipe – as with all custard dishes – is to stir continuously while the custard is forming. Make in the traditional Greek way in a large pan, or in two pie plates.

Baked Custard

In Greek: κρέμα λεμονιού, pronounced KREH-mah leh-mon-YOO

This is a very simple and easy recipe for lemon pudding. It produces a less creamy result than curd or puddings made with milk and/or eggs, but the taste is delightful. The key to great results is constant stirring. Use it as a light pudding or as a pastry filling.

Lemon Pudding

In Greek: μπουγάτσα με κρέμα, pronounced boo-GHAHT-sah meh KREH-mah

A favorite Greek street food and snack, bougatsa is traditionally made with very large handmade phyllo sheets that are folded over multiple times before being folded over the filling. This version ofbougatsa calls for commercial phyllo dough. It has a creamy custard filling and is sliced and served warm, sprinkled with confectioner’s sugar and cinnamon.

Bougatsa

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