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20 Of The Quirkiest Ramadan Desserts In Cairo!

If you’re on a mission to savor every last bite of Ramadan sweetness, you’re in for a treat! We’ve got the lowdown on the quirkiest Ramadan desserts in Cairo that you absolutely have to try before the month ends.

1. Aboullaban – kunafah Pizza

A pizza made entirely of kunafah. Yup, you heard that right! With flavors like pistachio, chocolate, and lotus, every slice is a different flavor adventure!

2. Dukes – Balah El Sham Ice Cream

Get ready for a mind-blowing combo – sweet ice cream stuffed inside Balah El Sham. It’s like a dessert within a dessert – pure genius!

3. The Grocer – Mini Bites

Who doesn’t love mini desserts? Dive into their chocolate basbousa bites for a taste of pure indulgence.

4. Nola – Sawabi3 Gigi

Yes, it’s Gigi, not Zeinab. Nola’s Sawabi3 Gigi – a delightful treat served with Nutella or pistachio dip. One word: addictive!

5. Sultana Ice Cream – ‘Break It’ Kunafah Brownie Cake & Cannoli Goulash

These desserts are blowing up on social media for a reason! Imagine kunafah, brownie, and cannoli all in one bite. Mind. Blown.

6. Coppermelt – Avocado Kunafah

Avocado in kunafah? Sounds strange, tastes amazing! Trust us, you’ll want seconds.

7. Breadfast – Kunafah MilleFeuille

Fresh mangoes sandwiched between layers of kunafah – it’s like a tropical paradise in a Ramadan dessert form brought to us by Cairo’s Breadfast!

8. El Malky – Kunafah Pyramids

Move over, Giza pyramids – there’s a new attraction in town! Indulge in flavors like chocolate, mango, and pistachio with these sweet treats.

9. TBS – Basmoula Ma3kousa

The classic Basmoula just got a makeover! Try it in flavors like mango and lotus for a taste sensation.

10. Nola – Om Ali Tres Leches

Om Ali meets tres leches – need we say more? Creamy, dreamy, and downright delicious.

11. Tortina – El Maksoufa

Prepare your taste buds for a flavor explosion! This kunafah dome dessert filled with salted toffee sauce and chocolate crèmeux is pure indulgence for your iftar table this Ramadan in Cairo.

12. M’oishi – Mochi Ice Cream Cakes

Japanese meets Egyptian in these delightful Ramadan mochi desserts by Cairo’s M’oishi. Trust us, you’ll want to try them all!

13. Tortina – Molten San Sebastian Kunafah

Molten kunafah? Sign us up! You won’t be able to resist the ooey-gooey goodness of this Ramadan dessert from Cairo’s Tortina.

14. L’amandine – Yameesh Pavlova

Meringue clouds topped with yameesh – it’s like eating a sweet dream!

15. Fatis – El Lama Ramadan ShareBox Donuts

Donuts galore in flavors like Odret Ader and Pistachio Baklawa. Sharing is caring, but let’s be real – you’ll want to keep them all to yourself!

16. Tortina – El Makshoufa

Another Ramadan dessert masterpiece from Cairo’s Tortina, this kunafah dome is filled with creamy goodness and fresh strawberries. Trust us, you won’t be able to stop at one bite.

17. Coppermelt – Shay b Laban Kunafah

Tea and kunafah – a match made in dessert heaven! Cairo’s Coppermelt takes this classic combo to new heights with their innovative Ramadan dessert.

18. Nutcracker – Pecan Cream Baklava

Baklava topped with ice cream? Yes, please! Nutty, creamy, and utterly irresistible.

19. Dolato – kunafah cones

Keep it mini with these kunafah cones topped with ice cream and coated in pistachio or vanilla. This quirky Ramadan dessert in Cairo is like summer on a stick!

20. Nola – Ta2iyit El Sultan

The ultimate Baklava dessert with a twist this Ramadan by none other than Nola shop in Cairo– pistachio cream, white chocolate spread, lotus mousse, and crushed pistachio. Need we say more?