A Sweet Journey Exploring the Top 24 Venezuelan Desserts


Get ready to indulge in a side of Venezuela that's often overlooked - its mouth-watering desserts. Don't let the country's stunning landscapes steal all the attention, because these sweets are just as mesmerizing. From silky flans to rich chocolate cakes, get ready to be transported to the vibrant streets of Caracas with every bite.

Quesillo (Venezuelan Flan)

Quesillo, the Venezuelan flan, is a dessert that will make your taste buds sing. Its rich and creamy texture makes it one of the most loved desserts in Venezuela.

Bienmesabe (Coconut Cream Dessert)

Bienmesabe is typically made with layers of sponge cake soaked in syrup, and custard, and topped with a generous layer of creamy coconut goodness.

Torta De Pan (Bread Pudding)

Torta de Pan, or Bread Pudding, is a classic Venezuelan dessert that has been enjoyed for generations. This simple yet delicious treat can be found in almost every corner of the country.


These sticky buns have a rich history and origin, originating in the Andean region of Venezuela. The dough is made with yeast and filled with brown sugar and anise seeds, creating a beautiful blend of sweet and spicy flavors.

Chicha Andina

This sweet beverage is made from ground corn, sugar, water, cinnamon, and cloves. The ingredients are boiled together and then allowed to ferment for a few days, resulting in a thick, tangy drink.

Cannoli Venezolano

Cannoli Venezolano is a dessert that has become increasingly popular in recent years. Its origins can be traced back to the Italian cannoli, but the Venezuelan adaptation adds its own unique twist to this classic dessert.


Enter Majarete – a delicious pudding that is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. To make Majarete at home, you’ll need cornstarch, milk, sugar, cinnamon, and coconut milk. Combine the cornstarch and milk in a pot over medium heat until thickened.