6 Nostalgic Childhood Snacks Worth Dying for

Oct 23, 2021 1:19 PM

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6 Nostalgic Childhood Snacks Worth Dying for

6 Nostalgic Childhood Snacks Worth Dying for

It’s no doubt that eating is one of the national past-time in Singapore and we start them young. Old-school snacks such as Ang Ku Kueh, Tutu Kueh to Kueh Salat & more - they invoke joy from memories of the past. While some of these snacks are not as easily accessible compared to before, you can grab them from Shop On Pickupp’s Childhood Snacks Special Sale from 21-28 October with FREE islandwide delivery (limited while stocks last). Here are 6 nostalgic childhood snacks worth dying for:

1. Poh Cheu Ang Ku Kueh

​​Shaped like a tortoise shell and rested on a banana leaf, these Poh Cheu’s ang ku kuehs are filled with a generous amount of mung bean or peanut fillings. Chewy mochi like skin with over 12 variations of different fillings such as green tea, coconut, even durian - it has won the hearts and tummy of many. Explore Poh Cheu Ang Ku Kueh shop here.

2. OLLELLA’s Kueh Salat

There’s something sacred into biting a piece of OLLELLA’s kueh salat. Layer of lightly salted glutinous rice combined with coconut milk and stained with blue pea flower, it’s the perfect afternoon snack amongst the young and old. Savoury kueh fans will be thrilled to know that they have a large variety of Nonya kueh available from Kueh Bingka Ubi, Lemper Ebi to Kueh Dadar & more. Check out OLLELLA’s shop here.

3. Tiong Bahru Glacier

Tiong Bahru Galicier Pastry shop, is a place that lifts one’s mood with the amount of foodies it have in its repertoire. Putu Ayu, a pandan-infused cake is a firm favourite amongst customers considering that it is almost impossible to find it in Singapore due to its tedious baking process. Green pandan sponge cake, coconut, and topped with gula melaka - this beautiful treat is a party in the mouth. Check out Tiong Bahru Glacier’s shop here.

4. Rainbow Lapis’ Ondeh Ondeh

Who could say no to soft pandan kueh that literally explodes in your mouth when you take a bite? These ondeh ondeh from The Rainbow Lapis are handcrafted with fresh sweet potatoes and blended pandan leaves. Believe us when we say you won’t stop at one! Check out The Rainbow Lapis’ shop here.

5. Martabak Manis’ Min Jiang Kueh

Did you know that Martabak Manis is a very popular sweet treat in Indonesia and is similar to what we Singaporeans know as Min Jiang Kueh. While we’re no stranger to pancakes with peanut fillings, how about giving new flavours a try? These Ondeh Ondeh Pancakes from Martabak Manis are soft,moist and stuffed with palm sugar and are highly addictive. Don’t say we didn’t warn you! Check out Martabak Manis’ shop here.

6. Chubtutusg’s Muah Chee

Gone are the roving pasar malams where we used to get our Muah Chee fix, but that doesn’t mean we have to bid them goodbye! Muah Chee fans, you’ll be pleased to know that you can get your fix with Chubtutusg’s Muah Chee with wacky flavours! From Black Sesame, Matcha to Coffee & more, it’ll definitely satisfy your tastebuds! Check out Chubtutusg's shop here.

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