9 Auspicious Thai Desserts that are said to convey special blessings or well wishes upon those who eat them | They are commonly served at Thai weddings, and other major life celebrations | read more at rachelcooksthai.com

Nine Auspicious Thai Desserts and Their Meanings

Thai Desserts - Ka Nom Un Chun made of flour and colored by purple flower leafs as food colouring

Cho Muang - Steamed handcrafted flower-shaped dumplings naturally colored with butterfly pea flower filled with seasoned minced chicken.

Thai Fried Bananas (Kluay Khaek, Kluay Tod กล้วยแขก, กล้วยทอด) | SheSimmersSheSimmers

Thai Fried Bananas (Kluay Khaek, Kluay Tod กล้วยแขก, กล้วยทอด) - the only type of banana that is used to make the traditional is Burro banana. If you don't aim for exact replication, you can use any type of banana.

Khanom Pang Wan ขนมปังหวาน (Sweet Breads)    Not really Thai but a selection of hamburger buns filled with synthetic bright sweet things. Thai desserts sometimes take on interesting forms, shapes and flavors!

Khanom Pang Wan ขนมปังหวาน (Sweet Breads) Not really Thai but a selection of hamburger buns filled with synthetic bright sweet things. Thai desserts sometimes take on interesting forms, shapes and flavors!

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