The Most Delicious Thai Dessert

The Most Delicious Thai Dessert

Easy Mango Sorbet

Try this fantastically easy recipe for mango sorbet. Quick and simple to make, and there is no stove involved. Youll 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 company. Best of all, you can have it whipped up and in the freezer in just 20 minutes!

Easy Thai-Style Creme Caramel

A Thai version of the classic creme caramel dessert that is super-easy to make, melt-in-your mouth delicious, and healthier than traditional creme caramel! This recipe calls for coconut milk instead of cream (coconut milk contains good fats that actually lower your cholesterol), so if youre lactose-intolerant, this is a good dessert choice for you. Its also naturally gluten-free.

Thai Mango Pudding

This Thai recipe for mango pudding is very delicious - like the mango puddings you get at dim sum. Plus its really easy to make - youll have it whipped up and in the refrigerator in just 15 minutes. Great for company.

10-Minute Chocolate Mango Mousse

These days, chocolate mousse can be found in practically every country around the world. But when Thai chefs take on this international favorite, you can bet its going to be made extra wonderful with the addition of a few tropical touches. The following recipe hails from Bangkok and includes fresh ripe mangoes, a touch of cardamom, plus coconut milk (instead of dairy cream). The result is a rich-tasting mousse that is actually much lighter in calories than most Western-style mousses.

Tapioca Coconut Pudding

This Asian-style tapioca pudding recipe is so delicious and very easy to make (cooks in just 15 minutes!). In Thailand as well as throughout Southeast Asia, tapioca is a common dessert, but it is much different than our Western-style tapioca and so much better.