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Just Desserts Of Latin Fusion Dining

You’ve just finished your delightful meal of Latin fusion dining and yet there is still an emptiness to you of a great enough magnitude to warrant the ordering of a dessert. What to do? Oh, just go for it. It’s not the end of the world if you order a dessert just this once. Besides, there are plenty of options to choose from that will hit the spot or, at the very least, your sweet tooth.

Are you a fan of brownies? Might I recommend some spiked orange brownies? These are obviously brownies, (Yum!) but they have orange liqueur to give it just a bit of a twist. They’re like wine with a chocolaty beginning and an orangey finish.
Not a fan of chocolate? No worries. Go for the fried dough that is then covered with powdered sugar or a cinnamon/sugar mix. Many places that I have been may even drizzle chocolate on top or on the side of these glorious little fried balls of tastiness.
Would you prefer to drink your dessert? Ok, sure, go ahead and order your sangrias and margaritas. No one’s judging here. Or you could order up some spicy hot chocolate. Hot chocolate with a dash of nutmeg, cinnamon, chili, and cayenne spices to kick up the heat on top of the hot. This is great for anyone braving the harsh winter months in the northern hemisphere.

My favorite is probably the fritters or the churros. I’m a sucker for any kind of fried breads and, of course, the sugar. It may come as no surprise that I like pancakes too. Doughnuts are really good as well. Seriously though, just go for dessert. What is the point of living if you don’t actually spoil yourself from time to time? Just don’t go overboard and your regrets will be minimal.

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