Sweet lovers always wait for the last course of the meal to grab a scoop of dessert. The word – ‘Dessert’ came from the French word ‘Desservir’ which means ‘to clear the table’ – the dish which is served after clearing all plates from the serving table. Other words for dessert are ‘Pudding' which is primly used in the United Kingdom; word ‘Sweets' is used in some Asian countries. Cakes, Pies, Pastries, Cookies, Ice-cream, custards, tarts are some of the sweet recipes which are served at the end of the meal as desserts. South Asian sweet recipes like Kheer, Sheer Khurma, Halwa, Laddoo, Rabadi, Mithai, Jalebi are also gaining attention from food lovers globally. Fruits- because of its sweetness are placed in the category of desserts. Ancient Indians and Maya people were observed to offer sweets to gods out of respect and love. In Ancient times sweets were restricted to dried fruits and honey till sugar didn't invent by Indians. Indians invented sugar in 600 BCE from sugarcane juice. The shape and sweetness of sugar crystals lured the world and many European countries, and China started trade of sugarcane and readymade sugar with India. After the invention of sugar, a dessert revolution occurred all over the world giving many new varieties of desserts. Still, in medieval period sugar was the food which only riches could offer that too on festive occasions. But later with the Industrial revolution sugar came under the reaches of common masses. The invention of refrigeration in the 1920s brought another range of non-bake desserts like ice-cream sandwich, Chocolate pots with a crunch of dry fruits, Peanut Butter Chocolate cookies, cheesecakes, ice-cream cakes and many more. Now a day's people are getting health conscious and watching diets for any extra calories. But again we have found the new low-calorie technique to sweeten the tooth with the artificial sweeteners. In my recipes, I have used brown sugar or white refined sugar depending upon the requirement of the recipe. The difference between the brown sugar and white sugar in the presence of nutrients. Brown sugar contains more molasses and nutrients than the refined white sugar. Brown sugar is more likely good for health. But for the delicate and white recipes like cakes and pastries, it is good to use clear white sugar. I have covered desserts of all types from all cuisines like cakes, puddings, pastries, and Indian sweets and puddings. Some sweets are very easy and quick to make as well as so delicious. Always it is good to serve homemade, healthy and hygienic dessert to our loved ones with the convenience of sugar use.