Ice Cream Day

Ice Cream Day

Today is Ice Cream Day. It is not Ice Cream Day because it is a day to eat ice cream but rather it is a celebration. You can always enjoy ice cream anytime you like. Some ice cream have milk and this is not good news for those who are allergic to milk. Natural ice cream and sorbet would be a better choice for them.


We have an ice cream recipe which is a sorbet. Even if your ice cream vendors are disappointing you with their ice cream or you cannot go to an ice cream shop to get your ice cream, you can always make yourself this ice cream. You can also make this to serve to your guests during your party or events.


Ingredients :

1 banana

Goji berry for garnishing and flavour

Honey (optional)


  1. Peel and mash the banana.
  2. Put the mashed banana into a container suitable for freezing.
  3. Put some goji berries as topping on the mashed banana.
  4. Freeze the container with your ingredients in it. When the ingredients are fully frozen, you have your sorbet.
  5. Serve.


If you are using honey, you can either add honey during the mashing process or you can drizzle honey onto your sorbet when serving. Ensure that you mix the honey and banana well if you are including honey into the banana during the mashing process.


There you go, a sorbet recipe so simple you can make it on your own. Happy Ice Cream Day.


Red Eggs

Red Eggs

Red eggs are usually given away or served as a dish during a dining course during birthdays for the Chinese culture. It signifies joy, birth and renewed life. The eggs are hard boiled eggs which are dyed in red colour. Red colour signifies good luck and prosperity for the Chinese.


We have red eggs wrapped up in candy style for sale in our online shop at It will be suitable for those celebrating their birthdays and want to purchase the eggs to be given to family and friends to eat. You can even buy the eggs as as a gift for someone celebrating their birthday. We also have another type of decorated egg for sale, which is the Wrapped Edible Eggs, which is wrapped up in gold wrapper or bright-coloured paper in Olympic torch-inspired style.



Coconut Ladoo

Coconut Ladoo

It is Deepavali today in Malaysia (18 October 2017) so we would like to wish a Happy Deepavali to those celebrating this Festival Of Light. We have written a post last year about Deepavali and if you would like to read it, you can click here.


In this blog post, we have a recipe for a popular Indian dessert or sweet called coconut ladoo. Most ladoo are made using sugar and milk but this version of coconut ladoo is made without milk. Here is the recipe.


Ingredients :

225 grams desiccated coconut

200 grams sugar

60 ml water

1/4 teaspoon cardamom powder

Extra desiccated coconut to roll the ladoo balls in (optional)


  1. Bring the water to a boil.
  2. Add in the sugar until it dissolve. When the sugar starts to thicken, lower the heat on the stove.
  3. Keep cooking the sugar until it turns into syrup. Test the syrup by dipping your spatula or spoon into the syrup, then use your forefinger to touch the syrup and rub your forefinger and thumb together. Be careful not to burn your finger. If the sugar syrup forms a single thread, then it is of the right consistency.
  4. Turn off the heat. Add in the coconut and cardamom powder into the syrup.
  5. Stir the ingredients together.
  6. Make small balls by scooping up and rolling the ingredients in your hands. You can wait for the ingredients to cool down a bit before you roll using your hands but do not let the ingredients get cold, if not the balls will not form properly.
  7. You can choose to roll the balls in some desiccated coconut for garnishing purpose.
  8. Serve.


There you have, the recipe for coconut ladoo. It can be served at parties, Deepavali open house or you can make it to be eaten as a dessert. May you have a festive Deepavali celebration.


Ladoo in a candy glass bowl decorated by Meus Gift. This glass bowl is fully sold out. Visit for more items.