Sticky Rice with Coconut Milk and Mango
This recipe will allow you to create a decadent Thai desert. This is an easy and clear recipe. The steamed sweet sticky rice soaked in coconut milk and topped with sliced mango will be sure to please family and guests alike.
Sweet Rice and Mango
Delicious simple dessert inspired by Thai cuisine. Exotic and flavorful, this is a family favorite! Great after a chicken curry meal.
Sankaya (Thai Pandan Pudding)
Sankaya! My mother taught me how to make this very simple Thai breakfast/dessert. This snack is often found on street vendor carts on the streets of Thailand (though I've grown accustomed to my mom's flavor over the years). Serve with a nice soft loaf of bread (steamed French bread is best) and dip in this sweet and savory custard pudding.
Steamed Pandan Tapioca Pearl Cakes
This is a fun and delectable little dessert to impress your friends. This recipe utilizes many typical ingredients found in Thai desserts like tapioca pearls, coconut, and pandan.
Mung Beans Cooked in Sweet Syrup
Thai desserts do not get more rustic and simple than this. Just three ingredients make up a simple and quick sweet if you are in a hurry. Just remember to soak the beans ahead of time.
Thai-Style Steamed Pumpkin Cake
This is a slightly different take on the traditional Thai steamed pumpkin cake. You simply need to grate the pumpkin, mix all the ingredients together, place in a pan, and steam. You can cool the cake and cut it into squares to serve at a later time - it is the perfect snack!
Yellow Mung Bean Pudding with Coconut Cream
This is a very rustic, sweet, and hearty porridge. It is easy enough to make yourself.
Egg and Coconut Custard Jellies
This recipe uses agar-agar powder and eggs to make a lovely jelly that has a slight custardy texture. The great thing about this recipe is that it does not require careful steaming, it is a sure-fire success every time.
Thai-Style Steamed Tapioca Cake
Tapioca root (also called cassava or yucca root) makes a delightful steamed cake in this recipe. The cake is steamed in ramekins. Serve hot or cold. They can also be served in the ramekins or not.
Tapioca Pudding with Tender Coconut
Tapioca pearls are a nice hearty alternative to glutinous rice in desserts. This recipe uses small tapioca pearls and tender coconut to make a lovely and refreshing dessert.
Candied Kai Bananas in Syrup and Coconut Cream
Kai bananas are nice and firm for cooking in a syrup. These bananas are slightly smaller than most bananas, about the size of your palm. In this recipe, the bananas are gently cooked in a sugar syrup and topped with a coconut cream.
Sweet Corn Pudding
This is another simple Thai dessert that turns savory ingredients into a sweet treat. It is best to use corn when it is in season because it is at its sweetest.
Poached Eggs in Ginger Syrup
Syrup spiked with ginger goes great with poached eggs. This is a very simple and luxurious dessert to spring on your guests. Try and find small chicken eggs, also known as pullet eggs. Normal-sized eggs will work as well.
Pandan Coconut Rice Balls
This is a fun dessert to make and eat. Pandan-flavored dough balls are stuffed with a coconut filling to make a hearty and exciting dessert.
A snack of pandan spread on white bread is appreciated by children. It is also great to serve after lunch.
Thai-Style Steamed Pandan Pudding
These little puddings are made in ramekins and are composed of 2 parts: the bottom part is the pandan pudding and on top is a coconut cream layer, creating a pleasant surprise for your guests.