Thai dessert Recipes
These Thai recipes are written for you to know how to cook the Thai food that Thais eat in Thailand every day. These recipes have successfully taught millions of westerners, expatriates and Thai students abroad how to cook Thai food so that it tastes like food from home.
While each of these Thai recipes originated from our families, the Bankgok restaurants or foodcarts we love and the Thai cooks we respect, we have put them through rigorous testing prior to publishing. Each recipe has been tested, not just by experienced Thai cooks, but by regular western people learning at home. Creating these recipes, we explored variations in preparation, cook's taste buds, food knowledge backgrounds, and western kitchens. Please let us know how they worked for you.
Enjoy great Thai food the way it's meant to be loved.
Gluay Nam Wah in sweet syrup.
Tua Dum Gang Buawd
Sweet black beans in sweetened coconut milk
Kow Neuw Moon
Sticky rice cooked in sweetened conut milk.
Tropical fruits you may not have heard of, cut into bite size pieces.
Kanom Sai Sai
Sweet and chewy coconut ball in a slightly salty and creamy coconut milk sauce
Kow Neuw Mamuang
Ripe mango served on a bed of coconut milk soaked sticky rice.
Miniature fruits made from mung bean paste cooked in coconut milk.
Sweet mung bean pudding topped with coconut milk
A large citrus, similar to grapefruit in taste but sweeter
Fug Tong Gang Buad
Pumpkin cooked in sweet coconut milk
Bua Loy Fug Tong
Fresh pumpkin sticky rice balls in sweet coconut milk sauce.
Crunchy water chestnut coated with tapioca flour in coconut milk served with ice
Fug Tong Neung
Steamed wedge of pumpkin served with shredded coconut
Sticky rice flour pearls in sweet coconut milk.
Saku Peiak Maprow On
Tapioca pudding in warm coconut milk