Prinjolata - A traditional Maltese dessert prepared especially for Carnival. The name 'prinjolata' comes from the word ‘prinjol’ which means pine nuts in Maltese. The prinjolata is a delicious carnival cake that is instantly recognizable from its unusual shape. When ready, the prinjolata resembles a snow capped mountain
Kwarezimal - This is a sweet pastry which is commonly presented as dessert during Lent and Holy Week. This oval shaped sweet is based on a pastry with a mix of flour, eggs, rose water, nutmeg, Maltese honey, and nuts – which are shredded on top of the pastry. The whole sweet is then covered in honey and placed in the oven.