What is Heritage Day without a fabulous traditional dessert to accompany your braai? The answer is not Heritage Day! When it comes to desserts, us South Africans really have it down. With such a variety of recipes that are absolutely mouthwatering and sure to make any Saffa happy!
We’ve decided to put together our most popular desserts for you to make this Heritage day, or any day really!
The infamous Milk Tart is one that simply cannot be competed with. Though many people have made alternative versions from being made in the fridge instead of being baked to using interesting ingredients to add on to the already perfect tart. None compare to the traditional baked milk tart that everyone loves! See the recipe below and get baking.
Peppermint Crisp Tart
Whenever this dessert is mentioned it’s not long before it’s in the fridge being devoured. Such decadence this super sweet treat is one that has most Saffas wrapped around a spoon hovering at the fridge as they indulge bite by bite.
Amarula Fridge Tart
Anything that contains Amarula is sure to be amazing! This Amarula Fridge Tart is not only easy to make but it’s ready in forty minutes which is excellent as. you’ll probably find yourself having to make another one about twenty minutes after the first one is finished.
Melkkos is one of those dishes that, for many, comes with a nostalgic feeling. The sweet cinnamon goodness immediately makes you feel warm from the inside as you think back to your childhood.
A triangle fridge cheesecake, also known as a “driehoekie koekie” for many South Africans, is an innovative version of a regular cheesecake.
We love these South African desserts and though there are so many others, these made our top five list. We hope that you enjoy!