🍠 Roasted Sweet Potato
The Japanese love to eat it in cold seasons (also known as Yakiimo). Similar to pumpkins over here.
Dangos are steamed dumplings made of rice flour and water. Often they are served on a spit. In this variant, the balls are colored with red beans, egg yolk, and matcha.
🍦 Soft Ice Cream
The soft ice cream emoji; perfect for suggesting a beach day out or a trip to your local ice cream truck for a sweet and frosty treat.
🍧 Shaved Ice
Often called a slushy or snow cone, the shaved ice emoji is a cool treat on a warm summer's day.
🍨 Ice Cream
The ice cream emoji is a sweet, creamy treat served in a bowl with toppings dependant on platform. Use it to suggest dessert or cooling down on a hot day!
You crave for something sweet! Policemen are constantly eating doughnuts in American movies, and they are also known to be Homer Simpson's favorite food. Because of its shape, there could also be a sexual meaning behind it.
Cookies! Not only the Cookie Monster from Sesame Street loves them. With their National Cookie Day in December, Americans even have a holiday for the sweet pastries. "That's the way the cookie crumbles!"
🎂 Birthday Cake
Traditionally, the cake with the burning candles is a birthday cake. The birthday child blows out the candles and wishes for something. Generally for celebrations and congratulations.
Shortcake is a typical American dessert. The tea cake is traditionally made with strawberries in summer. Can be used for invitations, e.g. for coffee and cake, or to express the desire for something sweet.
A case for the calorie police! As sweet as sugar and beautiful to look at. The small decorated mini tarts are usually made of batter with a topping, such as mousse or cream and sugar pearls. American pet name.
🍫 Chocolate Bar
The chocolate bar emoji was introduced in 2010 and released as part of the Unicode 11.0 standard. This emoji can be found under the food and drink category.
You are so sweet! Symbol of childishness and cuteness. The bonbon (from the French "bon", good) is a candy made of sugar for sucking. Also used as a synonym for an encore or a reward. Are given to children on Halloween.
You're so sweet! or "I want candy!" The lollipop conveys fun and reminds us of our childhood. Also used to conciliate a person or in a sexual context. Popular emoji of food bloggers.
The custard emoji was introduced in 2010 and released as part of the Unicode 11.0 standard. This emoji can be found under the food and drink category.
🍯 Honey Pot
The honey pot emoji was introduced in 2010 and released as part of the Unicode 11.0 standard. This emoji can be found under the food and drink category.