Vietnamese Desserts You Have To Try

September 2. 2022

 

 

From puddings to donuts, these decadent treats are fit for a queen and ideal for any time of day.

 

 

Chè Trôi Nước

 

 

These mung bean paste balls are wrapped in a rice flour shell and served with a thick brown ginger syrup and sesame seeds. To be eaten hot!

 

 

Douhua – Tào Phớ

 

 

This cake, looks like a tofu pudding,  and can be reinterpreted differently, with black beans, lotus seeds, chocolate syrup, milk, or even coffee.

 

 

Bánh Da Lợn

 

 

This beautiful green-yellow cake is made with flour, tapioca, mung bean, durian, taro, and coconut milk. Sweet, chewy, and sticky it can be found in most of Vietnamese bakeries and grocery stores.

 

 

Bánh Bò Nướng

 

 

This velvet green cake with an outside brown crust and a taste of coconut milk and Pandan leaves is the perfect partner with a cup of tea for your five o’clock.

 

 

Bánh Pía

 

 

This cake, introduced by the Chinese in the 17th century, is an ideal gift for Durian lovers!

 

 

Huoi chien

 

 

Fried banana is a popular street snack in Vietnam. The best fried banana doughnuts in Vietnam are warm and soft on the inside and crunchy on the outside.

 

 

Banh Bo

 

 

The Banh Bo is without a doubt the best dessert for satisfying a sweet tooth. This cake is made of glutinous rice flour and yeast and is spongey with a fluffy interior. The sesame seeds on top and the coconut milk add richness and an incredible aroma to this cake.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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