Thai Desserts

Thai Desserts

Another explorable sector of the vast realm of best Thai dishes is Thai desserts. Most of them are sweet and sometimes filling snack as opposed to a light and airy Western-style dessert.  They are characterized by sugary syrups, coconut cream, tropical fruits, and sweet sticky rice. Take a look at the list and feel free to let me know your favorite Thai desserts!

Mango Thai Desserts

Khao Niaow Ma Muang

Thai Mango Sticky Sweet Rice Dessert is an absolute must-try! This recipe is foolproof, and even budding chefs with two left hands come off smelling mango sweet. This easy Thai dessert starts with Thai sweet rice (also called sticky rice), which is surrounded by a “bath” of coconut milk, then topped with slices of fresh (or frozen) mango.

Mango Pudding

This Thai recipe for mango pudding is straightforward to make – you’ll have it whipped up and in the refrigerator in just 15 minutes. It’s divinely delicious and great for serving with a company, as you can make it ahead of time. A perfect summer dessert!

Tropical Tapioca With Fresh Mango

This easy dessert recipe is perfect for warm summer nights. Tapioca pearls are boiled for 10 minutes and then cooled in the refrigerator. Accompanying the tapioca is sweet mango nectar made from fresh mangos. Add a stream of coconut milk and a topping of mangoes (and other fruit), and you have a tropical treat that is truly unforgettable!

Easy Mango Sorbet

Try this fantastically easy recipe for Mango Sorbet! Quick and simple to make, and there’s no stove involved. You’ll need only a blender or food processor. This sorbet is creamier than most, halfway between sorbet and ice cream, but still light and full of mango flavor. Makes a beautiful dessert to serve a company.

Pineapple Thai Desserts

Thai Grilled Pineapple Recipe

This Thai dessert is a very ideal dessert for parties and potlucks as it does not involve much cooking time and can be served at room temperature. Make sure the pineapple is completely ripened. If the pineapple is too sweet, you can omit the sugar completely. It is shallow fried in butter to be grilled. A dollop of yogurt, which is added at the end, gives an excellent taste to this Thai dessert.

Special Thai Pineapple

This Thai dessert is easy to prepare. Add the crushed cardamom pods to a small pan with a lime rind and water. Boil and then simmer for 1 minute. Remove the pan from heat and add sugar, then cover with the lid and leave for 5 minutes. Stir until the sugar has dissolved. Strain the lime juice over the pineapple slices, then cover and chill in the fridge for 30 to 60 minutes, longer for a more robust flavor. Add the shredded ginger to your prepared whipped cream and use it as a garnish for the pineapple.

Grilled Pineapple With Coconut-Condensed Milk-Butter Sauce Recipe

What we have here is the tart, strong flavor of pineapple that’s intensified through the process of grilling and amped up by the smoky aroma, covered in a sweet, creamy sauce with a hint of coconut. It’s a cookout favorite. To prepare the sauce, put the condensed milk, butter, coconut milk, and salt in a medium saucepan over medium heat. You can add this as a sauce to the grilled pineapple wedges.

Caramelized Pineapple Coconut Rice Pudding

The pudding can be prepared first by boiling coconut milk, milk, rice, sugar, and salt into a large saucepan. Pour it into a greased baking dish, sprinkle nutmeg, and bake until rice is tender. For the caramelized pineapple, the sugar, pineapple, cinnamon, and star anise are cooked with butter and water. It will thicken after the boil and simmer. Serve with caramelized pineapple, pomegranate, and pistachio. 

Coconut Thai Desserts

Khao Neow Toorien

Sticky rice with a chunk of Durian swimming in a thick coconut cream syrup is undoubtedly one of the most unique Thai desserts. If you love durian, nothing else will do!

Khanom Chun

Sugar, coconut milk, and flour mixed and set in a cookie pan to harden into a jelly is a trendy Thai dessert.

Khanom Duang

Tapioca and rice flour with coconut milk and sugar made into little food colored morsels and sprinkled with shredded coconut

Gluay Buad Chee

Like many other Thai desserts, this one consists of fruit, coconut milk, and lots of sugar. Bananas are simmered with coconut cream to create a pudding-like banana coconut sweet stew.

Mixed fruit Thai Desserts

Chè Thái

Chè Thái is a perfect combination of some different kinds of fruits, which you can also find in cans. Jackfruit, lychee, longans, toddy palm, water chestnut, tapioca starch, green aiyu jelly, and red food coloring are mixed in whipped cream or coconut milk.  

Nam Kang Sai

You get a choice combination of various jellies and candied fruits, which are scooped into a bowl and topped with chunks of ice. It is then doused in sweet syrup, coconut milk, and sometimes other sugary syrups. Nam Kang Sai is one of the perfect Thai desserts on a hot afternoon.

Nam Ponlamai Ruam Ban

The super Thai style mixed fruit shake created with the excellent tropical fruits blended with ice and sweet coconut water makes for the finest and freshest Thai desserts available. You can find Bangkok’s best fruit shake at Nang Loeng Market.

Itim Kati 

It’s coconut-infused Thai style ice cream topped with roasted peanuts and usually served in a coconut shell.

Rice Thai Desserts

Itim Khanom Pang

What could be better than coconut ice cream? How about coconut ice cream in a bun with sweet sticky rice on the bottom? A sliced bread, sticky rice, scoop of ice cream, peanuts, preserved palm fruit and condensed milk combined into an authentic Thai ice cream sandwich. Thai desserts can be fun and exciting to eat!

Khao Tom Mud

It’s made from sticky rice, coconut milk, sugar, sweet black beans, all candied in a banana leaf wrapper, and ready for you to eat.

Khao Neow Moon

Selection of sticky rice made with sugar, coconut milk, salt, and a little flavor to create the variation of color

Khao Lam

Sticky rice is sweetened with black beans and thick coconut syrup and roasted in a bamboo pole over low fire. After the khao lam is cooked, it’s hacked open with a machete and ready to be served.

Khao Neow Sang Kaya

This Thai dessert consists of sweet sticky rice topped with a slice of creamy custard. It’s rilling, vibrant, and delicious.


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