Covrigi-brasonveni Covrigi are Romanian baked goods similar to pretzels. They consist of salted bread topped with poppy seeds, sesame seeds or large salt grains. They do not usually contain any added sweetener such as sugar.
Griş cu lapte is a Romanian dessert made with semolina boiled in sweetened milk. Jam, candied fruit, cinnamon and raisins may added. Once cooked, the preparation is poured into a cake pan. It is served warm or cold. The word gris may come from German language griess similar to the English grit.
Papanași is a Romanian traditional fried or boiled pastry resembling a small sphere, usually filled with a soft cheese such as urdă and any kind of sour jam. The word papanași may come from the Latin papa or pappa, which means "food for children".
Colivă is a boiled wheat berry dessert which is used liturgically in the Eastern Orthodox Churches and Eastern Catholic Churches. It is mixed with sugar and walnuts (often decorated with candy and icing sugar; distributed at funerals and/or memorial ceremonies)
Pandişpan - sponge cake - based on flour (usually wheat flour), sugar, and eggs, sometimes leavened with baking powder which has a firm, yet well aerated structure, similar to a sea sponge. A sponge cake may be produced by either the batter method, or the foam method.
Mucenici - Some believe that when the 40 Martyrs of Sebaste were drowned, flowers rose to the surface. As a result, for the date of 9 March, every, year, there is a typical dessert with the same name, Mucenici. The desserts are made in the figure 8 to look like garlands. Others believe that the figure 8 denotes a stylized human form of the martyrs themselves.