Brazilian Cheese PuffsThese mini cheesy puffs in ball-like shape are soft and chewy, puffy and addictive. And it's no added sugar, perfect for babies!Chee Cheong Fun (Hong Kong Style Steam Rice Noodle)Chee Cheong Fun, also known as Hong Kong Style Steamed Rice Noodle Rolls, is a popular Cantonese dish commonly found in dim sum restaurants. It consists of delicate, silky rice noodle rolls that are steamed until tender and served with a variety of condiments and sauces.Crispy WafflesYou know you did it right when your little one tastes your waffle and said "biscuit". The perfect waffle is crisp and well-browned on the outside and moist, light, airy and fluffy on the inside.Crunchy Golden Tang Yuan (Glutinous Rice Balls)Crunchy golden tang yuan is a delightful twist on the traditional Chinese dessert, adding a crispy and flavorful coating to the tender and chewy glutinous rice balls. This recipe combines the richness of toasted peanuts, the sweetness of brown sugar, and the aromatic flavors of sesame seeds to create a truly satisfying treat.Indigo Purple Galaxy Sri MukaIndigo Purple Galaxy Sri Muka, the bottom glutinous rice layer is colored with natural indigo or purple coloring, which gives it a deep purple hue reminiscent of the galaxy. This vibrant color adds an aesthetic appeal to the dessert, making it visually stunning and captivating.Korean Cheese Corn DogThis Korean corn dog recipe is a copycat of Korean corn dog and Korean mozzarella dogs from Korean street food. The corn dogs are coated in a yeast batter with panko and fried till golden brown. Paired with cheesy, stretchy mozzarella, Korean corn dog is like the perfect mesh between a corn dog and mozzarella stick!Korean Mochi BreadKorean Mochi Bread is crispy on the outside and chewy and airy on the inside just like the Taiwanese Sweet potato balls, but without deep frying. They are also named dinosaur eggs (by the way they looked, aren't they just looked like an egg?)Korean Seaweed Flakes 海苔芝麻松Seasoned Seaweed Flakes is called Kimjaban in Korean. It is a delicious topping for a bowl of hot rice. Kuih Kapit / Kue Semprong (Love Letter Biscuit)Kuih Kapit, also known as Love Letters or Egg Rolls, is a traditional Malaysian and Singaporean delicacy often made during festive seasons. It is a crispy and delicate rolled wafer biscuit that is popular during Chinese New Year.