4 Cakes that'll be Popular in Singapore

There are obviously the classics – Chocolate cake, strawberry shortcake, carrot cake; and there are plenty of these selections. But have you ever wondered if there are any other adventurous cakes out there? The cakes that’ll be the center-of-attention and jazz up your bored taste buds?

Here’s what I’ve noticed… There are small groups in Singapore that are quietly hyping about some unique cakes. Though they’re well known amongst themselves, it’s still yet to hit the mainstream. Hopefully, these newer cakes will be made popular because they’re the best way to surprise your family, guests and friends! So here are the 4 cakes I think that deserve to be popular in Singapore…

Ondeh Ondeh Cake

Who bakes it? In the Brickyard (located in Bukit Merah)

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“Traditional” ondeh ondeh is a dessert ball made of glutinous rice flour that’s tinted with green pandan juice and coated with fresh grated coconut. Inside has the palm sugar aka. Gula Melaka that bursts in your mouth. Now the “modern” ondeh ondeh has been reinvented into a cake! Be surprised cause you will taste all of these flavours and though, it will never replace the real ondeh ondeh, it sure is a food fusion you will agree with.

Pocky Cake

Who bakes it? A Han Bakes (located in Serangoon)

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Yes, I do mean the Pocky sticks that many of you snacked when you were a kid. And yes, I know it’s Japanese. Other cultures including Singapore, however, thought to use it as an ingredient to make a new, elegant looking cake. The pocky sticks are well, untouched but it looks sooo cute all lined up together covering the sponge and cream inside. Kids and adults both will have a good, fun time with this one!

Barfi Cake

Who bakes it? Cuppacakes (Online order only)

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So what is barfi? Cut to the chase, it’s an Indian milk based confectionary usually infused with spices, filled with fruits and topped with nuts. Maybe Indian Singaporeans are familiar with these? To be honest, I didn’t know what it was but I tried it in a form of a cupcake recently. I tend to think Indian sweets are like REALLY sweet but this in a cupcake was just sweet enough.

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Metallic Cake

Who bakes it? In the Brickyard (located at Salute Coffeeshop, Blk 119, Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-40 (S) 151119)

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So it happens, I am getting married. Just like how people say, “you know when he’s the one”. I came across this metallic cake (from this website) and I knew this was the one! Flaunt your guests with a gold cake. It’s perfect for Chinese style weddings. A lot of bakers also have silver and rose gold options too.

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1 Comment on 4 Cakes that'll be Popular in Singapore

  1. Hi there, these cakes are all so feminine and so beautiful!

    Oh, I simply adore great pictures of food! This looks so tasty.

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