Banh Pia – Mung Bean Pastry Cake

Banh bia is an Asian sweet (similar to a moon cake) that is a fusion of Vietnamese and Chinese cuisine. It has layers of flaky pastry that encase a filling made of mung bean and chunks of candied winter melon for pops of flavour and texture. Our family recipe is so simple and easy that you won’t bother buying them ever again!

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White Chocolate and Raspberry Croissant Pudding

This white chocolate and raspberry croissant pudding is a delicious mixture of soft and crispy textures with both sweet and tart flavours. It’s made by tossing through raspberries and white chocolate pieces with some torn up croissants, then pouring over custard before baking in the oven. It’s so simple to make, and will definitely please any crowd!

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Crispy Almond Biscuits

45 degree angle view of a stack of almond biscuits

These crispy almond biscuits are so addictive that it is impossible to stop at one. Each one is a thin biscuit of sugary goodness that is layered with flaked almonds which give it an unbelievable crunch.  This recipe is so simple and delicious that you will make it again and again! Scruff and I have […]

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Vietnamese Snowballs – Banh Bao Chi

Vietnamese Snowballs - Banh Bao Chi

These delicious little Vietnamese Snowballs are one of the best Asian treats I have ever had. Each snowball has a soft, sweet center wrapped in a chewy outer layer that is covered in desiccated coconut. In this post we have included recipes for both mung bean and coconut fillings, which are easily the most popular […]

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Vietnamese Pig’s Ear Biscuits – Banh Tai Heo

Vietnamese pig’s ear biscuits are one of those snacks that every Vietnamese kid will remember eating growing up. They are traditionally shaped like “pig’s ears” and have a distinct light and dark swirl pattern. These biscuits pair perfectly with a cup of tea or coffee but be warned… they are highly addictive and virtually impossible […]

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