Pictures of Thai Desserts – Part 3

(17) Peuak Guan – Tua Guan (เผือกกวน – ถั่วกวน) which is a Taro and Mung Bean Pudding. (18) Fak Thong Kaeng Buad (ฟักทองแกงบวด) which is Pumpkin in sweet coconut milk. This cost 20 baht.  (19) Khanom Luk Chub (ลูกชุบ) which is Miniature Fruit Candy. (20) Khao Niew Tud (ข้าวเหนียวตัด) which is Sticky Glutinous Rice with Coconut Cream Topping. This was 18 baht.

(21) Khanom Sod Sai (ขนมสดใส) which is Grated Coconut Pudding. (22) Khanom Thuay (ขนมถ้วย) which is Steamed Pandanus Cake. (23) Khao Tom Mud (ข้าวต้มมัด) which is Steamed Sticky rice in Banana Leaves. (24) Khao Niew Na Pla (ข้าวเหนียวหน้าปลาแห้ง) which is Glutinous Rice with Dried Fish Topping.

(25) Khanom Buang (ขนมเบื้อง) which is Thai Crispy Pancakes. They cost 10 baht each. (26) Foy Thong (ฝอยทอง) which is Golden Egg Yolk Thread. It cost 15 baht. (27) Khanom Keng (ขนมเข่ง) which is Sticky Rice Flour Dessert. (28) Khanom Chan (ขนมชั้น) which is Layered Dessert. It cost 15 baht.

For more Thai Food Pictures, please visit our Thai food blog at www.EnjoyThaiFood.com

2 responses to “Pictures of Thai Desserts – Part 3

  1. If I had to choose a favourite it’d be Khanom Sod Sai…and Khanom Buang, to date. I’ll be waiting to hear how many kilos you’ve gained at the end of your investigative research 😉

  2. My month is already over and I put on 2.5 kilos during this experiment.