Translation of dessert in Spanish:

dessert

postre, n.

Pronunciation /dɪˈzəːt//dəˈzərt/

noun

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    postre masculine
    (fork/plate) (before noun) de postre
    what are we having for dessert? ¿qué vamos a tomar de postre?
    • We both felt full, but not as heavy and bloated as after a meat-filled meal, so desserts were greedily ordered.
    • For dessert we shared a crème brûlée and a rhubarb and ginger crumble with ice cream.
    • The dessert was chocolate biscuit with chocolate mousse and passion fruit sorbet.
    • These easy-to-make pastries are an ideal addition to a tray of sweeter desserts.
    • For dessert sprinkle the dish of fruit with a little white sugar and serve with the cream and sorbet.
    • You could, of course make your own sponge cake for this simple ice cream dessert.
    • Don't be dismissive, however, as there is a large choice of starters, main courses and desserts.
    • Pancakes make wonderful dinner party desserts, and are ideal for making ahead.
    • The chocolate syrup with peppermint mousse is the perfect dessert for a summer day.
    • It is best served with fruit and fruit-based desserts rather than with heavier dessert offerings.
    • During the holidays it's easy to be exposed to many different types of sweet snacks and desserts.
    • A breather was necessary before indulging in one of the eight desserts on the sweet trolley.
    • Though not a bit hungry afterwards, we indulged ourselves with desserts and coffee.
    • I always had to put a menu together: a first course, a second course and a dessert.
    • No matter what the chef is up to with starters and mains, there will almost always be a lemon tart on the dessert list.
    • For the competition, Daniel had to cook a starter, a main course and a dessert in an hour.
    • You will have to give up sweet desserts and eat only at fixed times, no matter how hot or cold the weather.
    • This golden tart rounds out the selection of desserts I served at my birthday party.
    • While the problem was minor, I was surprised by the offer of the free meal and the dessert.
    • The two inspectors ate what they could, polishing off the meal with some frozen desserts, before paying the bill.