For a delicious dessert that tastes like a tropical paradise, try one of these beautiful Thai desserts! These Thai delights are naturally low in fat and calories while remaining high in flavor, texture, and taste. Many are also lactose and gluten free - perfect for those with special diet requirements. Looking for an easy dessert recipe? You'll find a variety of easy desserts here that you can whip up in no time. Enjoy one of these colorful and flavorful Thai desserts tonight!
A Thai version of the classic creme caramel dessert that is super-easy to make, melt-in-your mouth delicious, and healthier than traditional creme caramel! This recipe calls for coconut milk instead of cream (coconut milk contains good fats that actually lower your cholesterol), so if you're lactose-intolerant, this is a good dessert choice for you. It also makes an elegant dessert to serve guests or take to a party. Best of all, this recipe can be whipped up and in the oven in less than 10 minutes!
This coconut cake is made with coconut milk and shredded coconut for the ultimate coconut-ty taste! In Thailand, all the top hotels make their coconut cake with freshly-squeezed coconut milk from the local market. Here I've replicated the idea using coconut milk and shredded coconut. It has literally taken me years of trial and error to get this recipe right. I'm sure you'll love it as much as we do.
Don't be deceived by the simplicity of this recipe - the taste is so wonderfully sweet and exotic that I have often found it addictive. It's also a low fat dessert that happens to be incredibly healthy. A great way to use up leftover bananas, this simple, but yummy dessert can be served warm or cold, depending on the weather and your mood (cold is great on a warm night, while serving it heated up makes this a superb comfort food any time of the year). Enjoy!
Make this dessert and you'll have friends for life! My most popular Thai dessert - and for good reason. This fried banana recipe is yummy and easy to make - just follow the steps! Enjoy fried bananas hot from the pan, or add chocolate sauce and ice cream (or whipped cream) for a special Thai dessert that is to-die-for delicious!
This moist Pineapple-Mango Upside Down Cake is picture perfect and delicious with a caramel topping. It is made Thai-style with coconut milk and fresh mango for the ultimate summer cake. You'll want to serve it next time you're entertaining - makes a sweet ending to a summer cookout, picnic, or party. Also a great way to use up a fresh pineapple or mango.
Thai Mango Sticky Sweet Rice Dessert (Khao Niaow Ma Muang)is an absolute must try! This recipe is foolproof and simple. It starts with sweet rice (also called sticky rice) which is surrounded by a "bath" of coconut milk, then topped with slices of fresh (or frozen) mango. If you like mangos and coconut, you're going to love this wonderful tropical dessert.
This special dessert recipe is beautiful to serve, plus easy to make and healthy too! It starts with slices of fresh star fruit (instructions on how to buy and prepare star fruit are included). While star fruit can be eaten fresh, in this recipe the fruit is lightly cooked and then given a tropical-tasting mango-orange sauce. Topped with a drizzle of coconut milk, this light and delicious dessert is beautiful to serve and lovely to eat.