Want to celebrate mid-autumn festival with some homemade mooncake but don’t want to take the difficult route? Try making Butterfly Pea Agar-agar Mooncake! It’s simple, it’s pretty and it’s yummy. Compared to traditional mooncake, it’s so much less filling and it cleanses your palate after a heavy meal. If we can make it, you can too. Pack them up in our Glass Press-in container and share with friends and family!
Jumping on the banana bread bandwagon, here’s a simple recipe that really only takes 15 mins of preparation. We were Inspired by Frederik Bille Brahe’s banana bread recipe but made little tweaks here and there. If you have leftover spotty bananas sitting on your kitchen countertop, it’s the time to try this recipe.
Whip up a variation of puff pastry snacks for your party with just a simple prep of cream cheese filling. It’s extremely easy to make and they turned out real beautiful. The mixture of tartness and the crispiness of the pastry makes them the perfect snack to munch on.
Have leftover puff pastry? Save yourself a trip to the bakery and try making your own Nutella Pastry Twists at home. Pop a batch into the oven and enjoy it for breakfast, teatime or as an anytime-of-the-day treat.
Level up your dessert game with this no-bake cheesecake recipe. A creamy dessert with smooth yet rich filling paired with a thick, buttery graham cracker crust. It’s absolutely delicious and the best part is there’s no baking required! Try making it with BROS click-in glass container. It’s so satisfying scooping up your cheesecake like eating ice cream from the tub.
Don’t know what to do with your leftover CNY Nian Gao (Kuih Bakul)? We have the perfect solution. Fried Nian Gao Sandwich is crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside, with a slight sweet aftertaste. Definitely a good snack to nibble on during Chinese New Year!
Try making Braised Coca-Cola Chicken with BROS Kitchen’s recipe! Juicy and tender chicken leg coated with sweet and savoury sauce, it’s the perfect dish to make this CNY if you need to cook to impress!
Usher in the Year of Rat with a prosperity toss of the Yee Sang! Yee Sang is a common CNY dish in Malaysia, that symbolizes abundance and prosperity, with each element on the plate make up a blessing for the New Year. Home-made Yee Sang is simple, healthy and by far the best Yee Sang we’ve ever tasted! (It’s true, we’ve tried.)