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Desserts & Pastries

Milo Dinosaur Yule Log Cake

Would you like a hot chocolate? Southeast Asians will tell you Milo please! This beloved drink has been upgraded into many variations such as Milo Dinosaur and even Milo Godzilla. It has also been used in many other dessert recipes such as Milo cake, Milo brownies, Milo cupcakes, or even Milo dinosaur cake as 7-11 did for National day this year. But for this Christmas in 2019, our friends at Share Food take these local Milo dessert recipes up a …

Cake Pop

A cake pop is a form of cake styled as a lollipop. Cake crumbs are mixed with buttercream frosting, and formed into small spheres or cubes in the same way as cake balls, before being given a coating of melted chocolate, and then sprinkled with decorations and attached to lollipop sticks. This recipe uses KENWOOD Kflex. This recipe makes 16 – 18 cake pops.

Teh Tarik Log Cake

This cake has all the milky, tannic richness of a glass of the teh tarik; its texture is also very light. Making it requires a bit of baking techniques, but don’t let that put you off, all you need is the Kenwood Kflex and we will guide you through it. This recipe requires the usage of Kenwood Kflex.

Mince Stuffed Baked Apples

Cinnamon brings out the best flavour a green apple can give, while nutmeg offers a hint of something warm and exotic. When these two are baked together with Granny Smith Apples they result in a delicious dessert you will not regret making for your guests. This recipe uses KENWOOD Titanium with Chopper attachment.

Chocolate and Black Sesame Mooncake

A contemporary take on the classic recipe, the fusion of dark chocolate, salted egg yolk and black sesame offer an incomparable taste, mouthfeel and texture. This is definitely a keeper for all mooncake enthusiasts. Makes 7 – 8 mini sized mooncakes.

Boba Tea Snow Skin Mooncake

For those who prefer the snow skin mooncake, this is definitely your pick. You can expect a myriad of surprises as you bite into them, there are tapioca balls held together by lotus paste and encased in a soft & springy brown sugar and tea flavoured skin. To make 7 – 8 mini sized mooncakes.