In Singapore, deep-fried Oreos are usually sold at the annual Ramadan bazaar, and we’re still pretty bummed that this year’s bazaar had to get cancelled due to COVID-19. But worry not, we can easily recreate this carnival treat in the comfort of our own homes. Sweeten up your day by making this dessert that is perfect for any occasion!
Hailed as many as a carnival favourite and one of the best street snacks, those with a sweet tooth are bound to love deep-fried Oreos. This deep-fried Oreos recipe is pretty simple and you can make it at home with your loved ones during this circuit breaker period.
All you need for this deep-fried Oreos recipe are a few ingredients, 20 minutes of your time, and you’re good to go.
You’ve seen Dalgona coffee being whipped up by the masses all over social media. It has taken the internet by storm, and people have come up with their own recipes for this sweet drink. Dalgona is a type of Korean honeycomb candy, and Dalgona coffee is a whipped coffee treat that is made typically using instant coffee, sugar, and hot water. For our Dalgona coffee recipe, click here.
The Matcha Dalgona Latte is a twist to the usual Dalgona whipped drink, and today we’ll show you an easy matcha dalgona latte recipe on how you can make this popular drink in 3 simple steps.
All you need is an egg white, matcha powder, and sugar to make matcha dalgona latte at home.
With the new measures and the extension of the Circuit Breaker in place, most of us are bummed out, we’re sure. And it’s definitely worse if your birthday falls during this period, especially since cake shops and confectionery are considered non-essential services as of 21st April 2020.
If you’re worried about not being able to celebrate your birthday in style, fret not. We have gathered a list of places where you can order a delicious whole cake to celebrate your birthday with your family (and even friends, over Zoom!), and have it delivered to your doorstep.
Without further ado, here are 13 cake places in Singapore that still deliver to your doorstep for birthday celebrations at home.
With a heavy heart, a lot of us had to cancel our travel plans during the COVID-19 crisis. Maybe you were looking forward to a graduation trip with your pals, or a sweet getaway with that special someone, or a fun and exciting family trip.
And now you’re cooped up at home during quarantine, with not much to do. The days seem endless and you’re dying of boredom, wallowing in your sadness over those cancelled flight tickets. Fret not, you can now travel the world from your couch! Thanks to the internet, we are now able to attend virtual tours all around the world.
Take a hike around Yosemite National Park, explore the ruins of Angkor Wat, walk around the Pyramids of Giza… the possibilities are endless. If you’d like, grab a family member to tour the iconic wonders of the world with you. It might not be the experience you expected, but these virtual tours are bound to lift your spirits and cure your boredom.
We get it. You’re bummed about not being able to dine out during this circuit breaker period. Trust us, we’re on the same boat. And maybe, just sometimes, we need a little pick-me-up in the form of sweet dessert treats. Thanks to delivery apps, we’re able to order in our favourite desserts at any time of the day.
Whether you’re craving doughnuts in the middle of the day, or cakes as a dessert treat after a satisfying dinner, you can be sure that the desserts that you’re craving for will be delivered to your doorstep.
Here are our 20 dessert places in Singapore that offer islandwide delivery. Ranging from homely egg tarts to diabetic-friendly cakes to luxurious eclairs, the choices are endless.
Good news, ice cream lovers! Chip Guan Heng, one of Singapore’s oldest ice cream distributors, is now offering island-wide delivery for their old-school ice cream at S$4 per block. Yes, it’s the same S$1.20 hawker ice cream that Singapore is known for, except that you can get an entire block at S$4.
To place an order, you must have a minimum order of $50 for delivery. Free delivery is offered for orders above S$80.
In light of the recent COVID-19 pandemic, many establishments in the Food & Beverage industry have sadly been very hard hit. With recent measures being put in place by the government, a number of restaurants, bars and cafes across Singapore have been forced to close their shutters or move to takeaway and delivery options just so that we can try to flatten the curve of COVID-19 infections.
We have here a list of places that have temporarily closed their doors during this period and will not be having delivery or takeaway options. We sincerely hope that the situation gets better soon so these businesses can start their engines again to make back whatever losses they may incur right now.
May we all stay safe during this exhausting period!