Goan sweets you should definitely try on your next trip

A go-to sweet treat in every celebration, bebinca is made by layering coconut flavoured batter with a sumptuous spread of ghee in between each layer.
Kulkul is a sweetened dough curled into cylindrical shapes and then tossed in hot oil and served with a dusting powdered sugar for that extra glaze.
A sweet rice dessert with a filling of jaggery, coconut and cardamom that is steamed between turmeric leaves, patoleo is a loved traditional dessert in Goa.
Kokad/ Cocada
If you're a fan of coconut desserts, this traditional sweet treat (although tricky to make) is definitely meant for you.
Commonly known as guava-cheese, perad or goiabada (as is known in Portuguese) is made by combining guava, sugar and lime juice together.