11 Desserts That Start With J

There are a lot of delicious desserts out there, and it can be hard to choose just one. But we’ve got good news: We put together this list of sweet treats that start with the letter J!

From jelly beans to jello, we’ve got something for everyone. So, what are you waiting for? Start browsing this list of desserts that start with J and find the perfect treat!

chocolate cake with strawberry on top on white ceramic plate

Jaffa Cakes

A Jaffa cake is a sponge cake made in a circular shape, with a layer of dark chocolate and orange peel. Jaffa cakes are quite common in parts of Asia, especially in India and Sri Lanka. Jaffa Cakes are very moist spongy cakes with a subtle citrus flavor and an intense orange-chocolate contrast. I love eating them for breakfast, especially with a cup of coffee!

Jewish Apple cake

This is a very popular, old-fashioned dessert. It’s also called “Polish apple cake” or “Ukrainian apple cake.” It goes by many names, but it is delicious with either a cup of tea or coffee and especially with fruit salad.It is made in an 13x9x2 baking dish with a layer of sweet apples and a layer of bread crumbs and cinnamon. The layers are then topped with brown sugar and raisins, which are then baked to perfection in the oven until the top has caramelized.

Joffre Cake

This is a French dessert that is also very popular. It has a base of crushed biscuits and almonds, topped with a thick layer of ganache and finished with an orange liqueur marmalade glaze.The Joffre is perfect for special occasions which need a quality sweet treat or just for everyday indulgence. There are many recipes for Joffre cake on the Internet, so you can follow one you like!

Jelly Bean

These little treats are all over the world, and the colors and flavors can be amazing. They range from the ordinary red and black of Jelly beans to the outrageous creativity of Red & Blue Jelly Beans.You can also make these yourself using store bought candies or by melting jelly beans in a saucepan over low heat until melted.

Jordan Almonds

The Jordan almonds I refer to are a popular Lebanese sweet. They are made from the milky white kernel of the almond without any skin or outer shell.In Lebanon and around the Middle East, Jordan almonds are used in almost every kind of sweet, from desserts to candies. I used them in my homemade brownies for this recipe for extra sweetness.

Jodenkoek

A Jodendong is a cheese pastry or cheesecake filled with jam and covered in pastry. The word Jodendong means “cheese doughnut.”A very popular dessert in South Africa, it is also quite common in Holland.

Jumble

Jumble is a type of chewy, creamy caramel bar. The name comes from the fact that they are made in small batches on a jumble (or doughnut) machine.It is traditionally wrapped in paper and sold in layers of three covered in chocolate, although there are also some commercial varieties which don’t come wrapped in paper. Jumbles are very popular with children, and they are quite simple to make at home.

Jalebi

A jalebi is an Indian sweet made from a batter which is deep fried and then soaked in sugar syrup. It is most popular in the Indian subcontinent, but it has also become popular in other countries.Jalebi comes in many sizes and colors and there are many different ways to prepare them. However they’re made, they’re delicious!

Jelly Doughnut

Jelly doughnuts are very popular in Japan, where they have become a traditional sweet. They’re popular for the new year, and often sold with handheld scales attached so that people can keep track of their weight.They are quite delicious, although a bit strange for Westerners who aren’t used to seeing red bean and cream fillings inside of baked goods.

Jachnun

Jachnun is a Yemeni Jewish dish. It is also common in Israel and especially among Israeli Jews of Yemeni descent. It consists of a soft, round crust covered in sugar or honey and filled with dates, nuts, and/or raisins.It’s very popular at celebrations such as weddings and bar mitzvahs because it can be prepared several days in advance and kept on low heat until it is served.

Junket

Junket is a sweet dessert made from the milk of cows or sheep. It comes in two forms, set and curdled, and has a rather plain appearance. It is famous for its use as filling in Eton Mess, as well as being eaten on its own! Like many other desserts, junket can be served with cream or custard.

This was our comprehensive list for Desserts That Start With J. Have you tried any from this list? Let me know in the comments section.

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