Want to know what are some of the best Asian Desserts to make for Thanksgiving?
Here are some of my favorite crowd-pleaser Asian Desserts that are FAIL-PROOF and you need to know about!
Hosting Thanksgiving dinner can be highly stressful, and if you are anything like me, you want to plan out your menu way in advance to be prepared.
I am not the best baker, and as a home cook, here are some of my favorite Asian Desserts that are the ultimate crowd-pleasers!
You are going to learn about some of my favorite Asian Desserts in this blog post.
This post is all about the best Asian Desserts that are easy to make at home + FAIL-PROOF!
BEST ASIAN DESSERTS
Mango Sago is my favorite dessert, and it will soon be yours too!
Creamy, rich mango sago topped with fresh, juicy mangos chunks, this dessert will blow your mind and is SUPER easy to make with ONLY 4 ingredients!
This easy but insanely delicious dessert is a must-try; make sure to make extra because you won’t believe how delicious it is!
You know your Taiwanese Honey Castella Sponge Cake is successful when you can hear the slight “sizzle” when you take a bite.
Super moist, bouncy, soft, and slightly sweet Taiwanese Honey Castella Sponge Cake is super easy to make at home and is the best cake for Thanksgiving Dinner!
You NEED to try this silky, creamy, rich, and SUPER delicious Japanese pudding that I promise will blow your mind!
If you never tried Japanese Caramel Custard Pudding – Purin, before you are missing out.
Purin is one of the most famous Japanese desserts that is easy to make at home with only FIVE simple ingredients.
Chewy, sweet, addicting Brown Sugar Boba is an easy recipe that only requires a few simple ingredients.
I use to make these with my mom as a kid as a fun weekend activity, something about homemade boba that is super satisfying!
Make these Brown Sugar Boba in bulk and freeze them for up to 1 month!
All you need is FOUR Ingredients ONLY to make this delicious and easy-to-make Traditional Taiwanese Dessert.
The mochi is chewy, soft, and super addicting. It is nearly impossible to find Taiwanese Milk Mochi in North America, but don’t worry, my mom’s got you!
Here is my mom’s childhood recipe that I promise you will LOVE.
Have you ever tried DEEP FRIED MILK?
CRISPY on the outside, and CREAMY on the inside, this Deep Fried Milk is a popular Traditional Chinese dessert that you need to try this summer!
All you need is THREE simple ingredients, milk, corn starch, and sugar. You can deep-fry with just corn starch on the outside or make it extra crispy with panko.
My mom’s EASY childhood recipe on authentic Taro and Sweet Potato Balls requires FOUR Ingredients ONLY!
Chewy, sweet, refreshing Taro and Sweet Potato Balls are the PERFECT desserts that you need to try!
Taro and Sweet Potato Balls are popular night market desserts with endless ways to enjoy, whether it is on top of shaved ice, grass jelly dessert, or pairs with red bean soup.
Creamy, rich, and delicious Mango Pudding only requires FIVE ingredients!
Inspired by HK Mango Pudding, this pudding is super creamy and SUPER easy to make at home.
Every bite, you get chunks of fresh mango, not too sweet, the perfect summer dessert. All you need is mango, water, sugar, cream, and gelatine.
These Freshly Fried Crispy Sesame Ball are our secret family recipe passed down from my grandma, and I am excited to share it with you.
Deep Fried Sesame Ball that only requires FIVE simple ingredients.
You can find Deep Fried Sesame Ball at night markets, farmers’ markets, dim sum restaurants, and all over Asia’s street. Nothing beats my grandma’s recipe that is super simple and highly delicious!
You will be shocked at how delicious and easy it is to make the BEST Creme Brulee in an Instant Pot!
Creamy, rich, silky FAIL-PROOF Creme Brulee made in an Instant Pot in less than 3 minutes.
There is no need to turn on the stove; with only FIVE simple ingredients, you will make Cafe Style Creme Brulee at home!
This post was all about the best Asian desserts to have at your Thanksgiving dinner party! I hope you give some of these recipes a try and tell me which one was your favorite!