Osaka Prefecture does not have an official dessert. I nominate b�che de No�l. (Christmas / seasonal.)
Nor does Wisconsin. My nominations for an official Wisconsin state dessert are cherry cobbler because cherry cobbler with cherries from Door County is the traditional dessert for the fish boil and Lenten fish fry; figgyhobbin because Wisconsin nickname Badger State derived from the early nineteenth century Cornish miners and fry bread from the indigenous peoples.
Wisconsin: cherry cobbler.
Potawatomi, Menomonee, Ojibwe, Oneida, Ho-Chunk: fry bread with honey.
Hmong: pandan custard bun.
African-American: sweet potato pie.
French: cr�pe Suzette.
German: Schwarzw�lder Kirschtorte or schaum torte.
Belgian: Li�ge waffle.
Polish: pczki. (Pre-Lenten / seasonal.)
Flemish: galettes Campinoises.
English: strawberries and cream.
Scottish: fried Mars bar.
Welsh: Welsh cake.
Irish: oatmeal cream.
Finnish: berry tart.
Swiss: B�ndner Nusstorte.
Mexican: dulce de leche. I am also very fond of paletas (Mexican popsicles).
If there had been an actual vote, I’d bet a trifecta: Schwarzw�lder Kirschtorte, oatmeal cream and pczki to win, place and show in the Wisconsin Dessert Sweepstakes.