Mango Sticky Rice with Coconut Cream. A classic Thai dessert that is creamy, refreshing, and the perfect end to a spicy meal!

Mango Sticky Rice with Coconut Cream

Mango Sticky Rice with Coconut Cream. A classic Thai dessert that is creamy, refreshing, and the perfect end to a spicy meal!

One of the best things I've eaten here in Thailand!! Delicious!!

Kanom Krok (coconut cakes)

Kanom Krok is an ubiquitous street snack made in the cast iron kanom krok pan. This version is rich, custardy and consistent.

This simple, yet elegant dessert captures the glorious taste of fresh mangoes in a rich and silky pudding texture. {video recipe}

Mango Pudding (video

This simple, yet elegant dessert captures the glorious taste of fresh mangoes in a rich and silky pudding texture. video recipe alles für Ihren Stil - www.

Thai roti with banana, cinnamon and condensed milk | What a genius combination!

Thai roti with banana, cinnamon and condensed milk - had this (without the cinnamon) in Bangkok - street-vendor cooked it all fresh in front of me.

THAI COCONUT CAKE (Khanom Ba-Bin) -- Easy, Low-Fat, Gluten-Free.  Has the texture of angel food cake with the flavor of coconut.

Have to try to make it this way someday: Thai Dessert: Khanom Ba-Bin (Coconut Cake) gluten free and dairy free

Classic Thai Mango Sticky Rice Pudding (Khao Niaow Ma Muang)

Thai Mango Sticky Rice Dessert, Best Ever! (Khao Niaow Ma Muang)

For a delicious Thai dessert, try making this Mango Sticky Rice Pudding (Khao Niaow Ma Muang). It's a classic Thai dessert that is oh so scrumptious.

Coconut Custard - 1 1/2 cups coconut milk, 6 eggs, beaten, 3/4 cup palm sugar, 1 tsp vanilla, 1/2 teaspoon salt, Bake at 350F for 30 minutes - could add coconut flour for texture.

Thai Coconut Custard

1 cups coconut milk, 6 eggs, beaten, cup palm sugar, teaspoon salt Beat everything.

Thai banana fritter recipe- http://www.shesimmers.com/2010/08/thai-fried-banana-recipe-tutorial.html

Thai Fried Bananas (Kluay Khaek, Kluay Tod กล้วยแขก, กล้วยทอด) - the only type of banana that is used to make the traditional is Burro banana. If you don't aim for exact replication, you can use any type of banana.

9 Auspicious Thai Desserts that are said to convey special blessings or well wishes upon those who eat them | They are commonly served at Thai weddings, and other major life celebrations | read more at rachelcooksthai.com

Nine Auspicious Thai Desserts and Their Meanings

Nine Auspicious Thai Desserts and Their Meanings - Rachel Cooks Thai

Thai Coconut and Pandan Agar dessert | Wun Gati Bai Tuey | วุ้นกะทิใบเตย | rachelcooksthai.com

Coconut and Pandan Agar | Wun Gati Bai Tuey | วุ้นกะทิใบเตย

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