Andy doesn't have much of a sweet tooth, so our sweets are not as sweet as most sweets. Sweet sweet sweet.
Coffee cake. Essentially the recipe for Blueberry Coffee Cake from VwaV. But, I cut it in half. I used half whole wheat flour (which I forgot was self-raising, hence the incredible leavening of the cake). I used blueberry yogurt and no actual fruit. And for the topping, I replaced walnuts with coconut. The result was fantastic.
More often than baked goods, we fulfill our sweet cravings with fruit. These mangos are called "Nam Doc Mai". They are a thai variety, and the flavour is very different to your standard Bowen mango. They have a milder mango-ness, and almost a hint of vanilla. They are juicy and fantastic.
Here's one, cut into. The photo doesn't really do it justice.
I've saved the prettiest for last. A dragon fruit (or, rather, two dragon fruits) from the Old Hippy at the market. I love the contrast of hot pink, white, and black. The texture is like a kiwi fruit, and the taste is mild, not quite as zingy as a kiwi. Fresh dragonfruit is completely different to it's bottled juice form which was trendy before I left the US. When I drank the juice, I thought dragonfruit tasted like cranberries. Now I'm pretty sure they just flavoured it with cranberry, because the fresh stuff is so different from cranberry. Try fresh dragon fruit!