Sunday, November 17, 2013

JUST DESSERTS

justdesserts
mango napoleon
Strawberry Napolean (1st photo) Mango Napoleon and Sweet Almond soup
dofufa mangoice
Dofu Fa (Tofu desert) and Mango Shaved Ice at  甜品老媽 Dessert Loma
Dessert CWB
Mango Milkshake with Milk Clot (crazy name!) and Mango Pancake at Cong Sao Dessert 聰嫂私房甜品
greentea
Green tea and Original Ice cream at Muji Cafe and Green tea latte at Via Tokyo
My trip back to Hong Kong seems like forever ago now but much like my real life motto, there is ALWAYS time for a dessert (post). Dessert shops are open until late and are great places to have a catch up with friends/family during the day or as a place to satisfy that sweet tooth after dinner. These dessert shops sell lots of yummy desserts including traditional tong sui (Chinese sweet soup), glutinous rice balls (tong yuen), Shaved ice, Dofu Fa (Tofu pudding) and Western style sweets like Napoleons. Judging from these photos, I am quite partial to mango and green tea flavoured desserts!
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  1. Why haven't I heard of a Muji Cafe??! OMG!
    The dessert looks delicious c: Xx

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  2. That green tea latte and the ice cream look delicious. Do you ever have red bean?

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    1. I do indeed! I love red bean desserts - especially in the form of sweet soups!

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  3. Sweet Almond soup sounds pretty interesting, I find the regular milk quite hard to stomach but I'd like to try. Damn, Muji cafe would be a dream.

    Buckets & Spades

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  4. Oh wow, this is all looks so extremely appetizing and appealing. A placement in Hong Kong is still high on my list (not just for these deserts though :p) , but I guess my very limited knowledge of mandarin won't get me far. I loooooooove the looks of the Dofu Fa and the items from Muji Cafe and Via Tokyo. I'm a sucker for matcha-like things. Hehe. Wonderful, light pictures too by the way!

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    1. You should definitely go to HK! You don't need any Chinese at all really, you'll be fine with English. Though Mandarin wouldn't be that useful as the main language is Cantonese :)

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    2. I just find out about your reply. Thanks! I was thinking Cantonese was more useful indeed, oh well.. I'm still trying, and still looking for things in either Japan and Hong Kong (I'm crazy, I know). It's a good thing I still have a lot of time before I actually go.

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  5. Damn girl you're making me hungry, shaved ice is one of my favourite desserts it's something so simple to but I really miss it, my mum has been making Thai desserts a lot recently one of my favourites is pumpkin and steamed coconut custard it's so good! xoxo

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  6. this is the blog post of dreams! I wish there was something like this in the UK! x

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  7. Oh my goodness! These desserts looks absolutely amazing! I swear, your food posts never fail to make me hungry! :P

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  8. Omg...that green tea ice cream look soo soft and yummy!! I love green tea products! The food looks so good and so cute!

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  9. Oh my goodness, I wish I knew about these when I went to Hong Kong! I desperately want to try all those mango desserts...

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  10. I love green tea desserts too! Gosh dofu fa brings me back to my childhood when my granny would buy it for us grand kids as a Saturday treat :p~

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  11. green tea latte looking too cute! I miss mangoes, I used to eat them lots, but now I can't have any!!!

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  12. I call myself a lover of chinese food but come to think of it, the closest thing I've had to a chinese dessert is a fortune cookie! Everything sounds and looks sooo yummy :)

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  13. *drooling* The desserts look so delicious but I don't really like green tea :p

    http://japobsganbare.blogspot.com/

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  14. All the mango desserts appeal to me so so much! Mango is one of my favourite fruits.

    { Teffys Perks Blog } X

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  15. Every single one of those deserts looks delicious! Yummy! :)

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  16. These all look so good. I love green tea flavour desserts - that green tea latte is so cute! x

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  17. yummy! nice post on a new found blog! :)

    lavinajampit.blogspot.com

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  18. Omg that looks amazing! The green tea latte is so adorable :)
    www.voguevillain.com

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  19. I love green tea latte!! So delicious. Loving the look of all these sweet treats!

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  20. Hehehe the name of this blog post already captured my attention. And I was pleasantly surprised to see Cong Sao in there- I went there twice this past week. :P

    Sam
    http://www.samishome.com

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  21. There is too much deliciousness in one post to handle! Would love to try it all. Thanks for these teasing photos :)

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  22. Oh my Gosh Winnie every food post of yours has me practically going out to dine immediately after! I so love green tea flavours in dessert, I tried green tea ice-cream (with waffles) for the first time earlier this year and now it's one of my favourite flavours, so totally with you on that.XX

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  23. i can not handle that first picture! it looks absolutely delicious xx

    Little Blue Backpack

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