Community·Updated on Apr 14, 202111 British Snacks And Desserts That Americans Should Learn About As Soon As PossibleYou haven't lived until you've had sticky toffee pudding.by Eunice.KCommunity ContributorApproved and edited by BuzzFeed Community TeamFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink When you think of British cuisine, you're probably imagining fish and chips and cups of tea. Well, I'm here to tell you that the desserts deserve just as much hype. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF BBC / Via giphy.com Without further ado, here are just 11 treats that I think Americans need to learn about ASAP: 1. Victoria sponge cake Getty Images Introduction: This sweet and creamy dessert has jam, cream, and berries inside. It's very popular around the world. It's named after Queen Victoria because she enjoyed having this cake with her afternoon tea. Why it's so good: The sweet jam and cream really make this cake unique. 2. Jammie Dodgers Getty Images Introduction: These sandwich cookies are filled with jam, and they're popular around Christmas. They're also good for a midnight snack or a mid-afternoon snack. Why they're so good: The jam in the middle goes really well with the buttery cookies. 3. Treacle tart Getty Images Introduction: Treacle tarts are a typical British teatime dessert. They're sweet and tasty and are perfect for a dessert party. Why it's so good: It has short crust and filling made from golden syrup, breadcrumbs, and lemon zest/juice. 4. Trifle Getty Images Introduction: This English dessert contains, fruits, fortified wine, custard, and layers of sponge.Why it's so good: The custard and sweet fruit go great together. Trifles also sometimes contain chocolate, coffee, or vanilla. 5. Banoffee pie Getty Images Introduction: This pie is made with bananas, cream, and thick caramel sauce. Why it's so good: The bananas and cream go really well together. The caramel sauce is also very tasty. 6. Sticky toffee pudding Getty Images Introduction: It's a cake made with finely-chopped dates that's then covered in toffee sauce. It's usually served with vanilla custard or ice cream.Why it's so good: The toffee sauce is very sweet, and the vanilla ice cream/custard goes perfectly with the sponge cake and the toffee sauce. 7. Digestives Getty Images Introduction: Digestives are cookies, which are sometimes described as sweetmeal biscuits, that are from Scotland. They make a yummy snack and are perfect for children. Why they're so good: There's something delicious about the simplicity of these cookies. Some of them are covered with chocolate on one side, which makes them taste even better. 8. Bakewell tarts Getty Images Introduction: Bakewell tarts are a shortcrust pastry with layers of jam and frangipane.Why they're so good: The jam and almond-flavored cream (which is called frangipane) are very tasty and work well together. 9. Hobnobs Getty Images Introduction: Hobnobs are biscuits that are made from rolled oats and jumbo oats. They're one of the most popular British biscuits. Why they're so good: Although there aren't really any sweet toppings or ingredients, they still make a delicious treat. 10. Pineapple upside-down cake Getty Images Introduction: This dessert is a cake that is baked in a pan with pineapples at the bottom. When removed from the oven, you serve it with the pineapple side facing up.Why it's so good: The pineapples are the star of the cake, and they're delicious. 11. And finally, shortbread biscuits Getty Images Introduction: Shortbreads are traditional Scottish biscuits. They're made with white sugar, butter, and oat flour or plain wheat flour. Why they're so good: They're nice and sugary, and they have a great texture. They're the softest biscuits, in my opinion.