Our List of Thai Desserts and Candies

Our List of Thai Desserts and Candies

Spicy Peanut Brittle Candy

(Special Thua Tat)

This unique peanut brittle style candy is based on a popular Thailand snack food that's made with peanuts and Tom Yum spices. My candy is very similar to peanut brittle, but it has a very sharp sweet, sour, and spicy flavor from lemongrass, kaffir lime, galangal, and red chili.

Pumpkin and Coconut Custard

(Sang Ka Ya Fak Tong)

This delicious Thai pumpkin and coconut custard is made by steaming a mixture of egg, coconut milk, sugar, and spices inside a whole summer squash or pumpkin. As the the pumpkin cooks, the delicate flavors of the pumpkin blend with the cooking custard to create a delicious and very interesting dessert when served whole and sliced at the table.

Sweet Sticky Rice with Banana Filling

(Khao Tom Mat)

This delicious Thai snack called Khao Tom Mut is made with coconut sweetened sticky rice and filled with banana. This modern recipe shows you how to make it into a beautiful and delicious dessert when served warm with vanilla ice cream.

Mango with Sticky Rice

(Khao Neow Mamuang)

It's mango with sticky rice, and there is really nothing quite like it. Follow along with this easy video recipe that shows you how to make perfect sticky rice, sweeten it with coconut milk, and make a perfectly authentic Thailand coconut topping.

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