Thanks to popular sweets like macarons, crepes, and crème brulée, France has cemented itself as one of the major dessert capitals of the world. In honor of Tuesday's kickoff to Paris Fashion Week, we're taking a look at some of those familiar French dessert staples, plus a few lesser-known dishes. Craving something sugary? Satisfy your sweet tooth with these delicious French desserts!
Top this classic crème brulée recipe  with fresh raspberries for an extra dose of sweet.
Channel your inner Julia Child  with this buttery crepes fines sucrées recipe  with strawberries marinated in orange liqueur.
This basic French macarons recipe  includes just five ingredients: almond meal, powdered sugar, egg whites, granulated sugar, and vanilla extract.
Spice up a standard lemon soufflé recipe  with tangy raspberry coulis.
Adapted from Julia Child 's Mastering the Art of French Cooking, this Reine de Saba — a chocolate almond cake recipe  — features a rich, fudgy center.
This sweet cherry clafouti recipe  features a custard-style baked dessert that's served warm with powdered sugar.
Made with crème fraiche, whipped cream, and Nutella, this hazelnut mousse recipe  offers a tasty twist on classic mousse.