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Impress Your CNY Visitors With These Yummy Treats!

It’s always good to have yummy goodies for peckish guests to munch on during Chinese New Year. Check out some of our favourite festive treats!

Ah Mah Homemade Cake & Cookies

The wonderfully crumbly Fatt Choy Cookies ($10 per tin, only available until end Feb 2018), lovingly made with premium Danish butter Lurpak and no preservatives or artificial flavouring, will be gone within seconds. Dog lovers must try the adorable dog-shaped Wang Wang Cookies ($12 per tin only available until end Feb 2018), with cocoa crunch ears and choco chips eyes and mouth. Indulge in the delectable Bah-Whooo Chicken Floss Cake (available from now till Valentine’s Day). Topped with generous amount of savoury chicken floss and made with special items like Ah Mah Homemade Cake’s artisanal mayonnaise sauce and roasted white sesame seeds, the new uniquely Singaporean cake is mouthwateringly fragrant and perfect for family gatherings this CNY.
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This year, enjoy Bakerzin’s exquisite pineapple tarts specially curated for the Year of the Dog. With four unique flavours to choose from — the luxurious Golden Ingot Original ($23.80/18pcs), premium XO Golden Pillow ($32/18pcs), aromatic Chrysanthemum ($23.80/18pcs) and the highly addictive Hae Bee Hiam — you’ll be spoilt for choice! Delight your loved ones with Good Luck Cookies ($23.80/box). Featuring flavourful cookies such as Cereal Salted Egg Yolk, Coconut Chia Seeds, Thai Milk Tea, premium Long Jing Tea and Charcoal Black Sesame and more, the crunchy cookies are sure to be a hit this Lunar New Year!
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Start the new year on a sweet note with Antoinette’s latest collection of sweet treats that will bring happiness, prosperity and luck to you and your loved ones. The kids are sure to love the yummy Chocolate Love Letters ($20). If you’re a fan of the traditional Orh Nee (yam paste dessert), indulge in the creamy Orh Nee Cake ($10 for individual size, $45 for a 15cm whole cake) or the nostalgic Orh Nee Macaron ($3/pc and $19/6pcs).
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Ding Tai Fung Taiwan Pineapple Cakes

Satiate your Chinese new Year cravings with the festive Taiwan Pineapple Cakes ($23.80/box of 10 pcs) from the award-winning Din Tai Fung. Deliciously soft and buttery, these pastries are filled with Taiwan’s sweet Songshan pineapples. Delectably aromatic and wonderfully sweet, these preservative-free gold nuggets are luxurious must-have treats this new year.
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Swensen’s Prosperity Cake

The visually-stunning delicious Prosperity Cake ($38/600g) will leave everyone squabbling over the last spoonful this festive season.The three-in-one ice cream cake  — made with chocolate, strawberry and vanilla ice cream — is gloriously coated in orange fondant and beautifully adorned with luxurious gold ingots and coins that can be sliced open to reveal your lucky digits!
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Ryan’s Grocery Bak Kwa

You wouldn’t have to worry about your health or waistline as you feast on juicy bak kwa this Lunar New Year. Made with hormone and antibiotic free, free-range Borrowdale pork, Ryan’s Premium Bak Kwa ($48.80, 500g) uses 50 % less salt and sugar compared to industry standards and does not contain any additives, preservatives or food colouring.
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IKEA Festive Bites

From now till 15 Feb, head down to IKEA for yummy festive treats like Pineapple Rolls, Kuih Bangkit, Chicken Floss Rolls, Fried Lotus Root Chips, Pumpkin and Sunflower Seed and Premium Peanut Cookies ($7.80-$8.80), while you shop for items to beautify your home. This one-stop shop even sells sweet and tangy Mandarin Oranges ($7.80/ carton of 24 pieces) that are incredibly juicy and perfect for 拜年 (wishing someone a Happy Chinese New Year).
*Only available at IKEA Alexandra

Goodwood Park

Indulge in tasty treats from Goodwood Park this Lunar New Year. Delight in the buttery and piquant Pineapple Ingot Tarts ($38/ box of 10), as well as the exquisite Tree of Blossoming Treasures ($98/kg), an oversized ingot made with a fluffy vanilla pound cake, rich chocolate and gorgeous fondant icing.
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