(1) Khao niaow ma muang (ข้าวเหนียวมะม่วง) which is sticky rice with ripe mango. It cost 40 baht. (2) Taptim Grob (ทับทิมกรอบ) which is Water Chestnut with Syrup and Coconut Milk. It cost 25 baht. (3) Khanom Pui Fai (ขนมปุยฝ้าย) is the Thai version of a Thai cupcake. It cost 15 baht. (4) Khanom Tan (ขนมตาล) is made from the fruit of toddy palms. It cost 12 baht.
(5) Sarim (ซ่าหริ่ม) which is Chilled Sweet Vermicelli in Coconut Milk. It cost 25 baht. (6) Khanom Kleeb Lamduan (ขนมกลีบลำดวน) and costs 30 baht. (7) Man Sampalang Cheuam (มันสำปะหลังเชื่อม), which is Cassavas in Syrup. It cost 20 baht. (8) Bua Loi Kai Wan (บัวลอยไข่หวาน), which is rice flour balls with sweet egg. It cost 20 Baht.
During February 2011 I am doing a Thai Dessert Challenge on Twitter where I have to eat a different Thai dessert every day this month. I know that sounds easy, but Thai desserts, although delicious, are also very sweet. I guess the challenge is not to put on any weight. Unfortunately, judging by the results of the first week, I am failing miserably. But, I have had some delicious desserts so far.
I will post more pictures of Thai Desserts here next week. Or you can follow me on Twitter @EnjoyThaiFood where I post daily food pictures. In March I am planning on doing the Thai Street Food Challenge II where I have to eat a different street food meal for every meal for one month.
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