Creamy custardy and mildly sweet egg custard in a buttery flaky melt-in-your-mouth pastry tart, handmade from scratch and baked fresh from the oven. I love to enjoy these warm egg tarts with a cup of teh-c-kosong, Singapore’s version of milk tea with no sugar. This is the perfect afternoon tea break for me.
Aiyu Jelly Dessert aka 爱玉冰 or 文頭郎 or 文头雪 is a refreshing and healthy Taiwanese popular summer dessert made of natural fig seeds. No sugar is added to the dessert and I love to enjoy it with longan, honey, and a little lime juice.
Pulut Tai Tai is very simple and easy to make–basically just cook the glutinous rice with coconut and pandan leaves, give it a beautiful shade of blue using the natural butterfly pea flowers, then serve with pandan kaya or Hainanese kaya, an aromatic coconut jam.
These gluten-free, dairy-free, grain-free, refined sugar-free Low GI Mooncakes not only taste yummilicious, it’s also a much healthier version than the traditional mooncake. It’s filled with low GI white bean paste which I made very quickly within 30 minutes. This is the healthiest and fastest mooncake I’ve ever made!
The traditional classic Cantonese Mooncake is one of the most commonly known mooncake, characterised by its glossy golden crust, and imprinted with beautiful delicate patterns. In this recipe, I used white lotus seed paste with double yolk, giving it an aromatic contrasting flavour of sweet and savoury in one pastry.
These Piña Colada popsicles are the ultimate summer treat that’s not only naturally vegan and gluten-free, it’s super easy to make with just 4 simple ingredients. Or you can also make it non-alcoholic by just omitting the rum.
Create a platter of fruit tarts with all your favourite fruits in bite-size, it’s incredibly easy to make, yet refreshingly delectable. I made these lovely tarts with refined sugar alternative, thus making it a healthier version. Which is your favourite fruit on the tart?
Tang yuan or Chinese Sweet Glutinous Rice Balls 汤圆 is an auspicious food served during the major Chinese festivals. In this recipe, learn how to make the peanut and black sesame filling, the multi-coloured tang yuan, and the osmanthus goji tea broth.