Christmas Sweets From Different Parts of the World

What would Christmas be without your favourite sweets. As it is, the tastes for specific candies goes way back to childhood and it is difficult to imagine the real atmosphere of holidays without them. No doubt with so many cultures even Christmas sweets vary from place to place. Check out our gallery for the kind of cookies people fancy in different parts of the world.

France and their former colonies – bûche de Noël (Yule log)
Origin

Bûche de Noël (Yule log)

United Kingdom – Christmas pudding

Christmas pudding

New Zealand – Christmas Pavlova

Christmas Pavlova

Spain – Turrón

Turrón

Germany – Lebkuchen

Lebkuchen

Hungary, Romania and Slovakia – Szaloncukor

Szaloncukor

Brazil – Pudim de leite condensado

Pudim de leite condensado

Hungary – Bejgli

Bejgli

Lithuania – Kūčiukai

Kūčiukai

Serbia – Česnica

Česnica

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