These highly raved and sought after mochi milk buns from Rakki are stuffed with chewy and stretchy mochi and various fillings like red bean and black sesame paste.
The fluffy pull-apart buns come in a box of 9 Milk Buns with Mochi ($27), perfect for sharing (or not) and currently flavours offered include matcha and black sesame. Fastest fingers first though, as Rakki releases slots via their Instagram stories and they’re known to be snapped up in minutes! For more details on Rakki’s mochi milk buns, see our full article here.
Run by two Taiwanese sisters, Jiababa dishes up some of the chunkiest and chewiest Taiwanese bagels you’ve ever seen! The first of its kind in Singapore, Jiababa is where to go if you’re craving for chewy and substantial bagels filled with toothsome mochi and other homemade fillings.
What’s more: the bagels are also oil-free and minimally sweetened, so you can dig in with ease. Bagels are sold for $8 each or $16 for a bundle of 2. They are available to order every Saturday at 2pm through a link posted on their Instagram bio. For more details, see our full article here.
3. Baking Soba
Brownies and mochi?! Seems like an odd pairing, but these Mochi Brownies by Baking Soba are simply irresistible! Not only are they chocolatey, rich and fudgy, they also hold a gooey and chewy mochi center for extra bite!
These Mochi Brownies are halal and come in a box of 9 (from $31) in flavours like Peanut Butter, Matcha, Biscoff, Thai Milk Tea, Red Bean and more! And you can order them online at Baking Soba’s website. For more information on these Mochi Brownies, see our full article here.
4. The Durian Bakery
This is one for you durian lovers out there! The Durian Bakery has durian-centric treats of all kinds, from puffs, cakes, puddings and more, but what caught our eye was their bouncy and chewy Durian Mochi! These durian mochi have a soft core made of pure durian and encased in pillowy and chewy Japanese mochi skin.
As the name suggests, Mochifolks specialises in all things mochi—such as these tea-flavoured mochi brownies! The Nian Gao Brownies ($22.80) have a rich oolong-infused brownie exterior, with a gooey, soft and sweet glutinous rice cake core.
There’s nothing little about these chunky stuffed mochis from My Little Bakery! These chonkers are so big, they’re nearly the size of a fist! The mochis are stuffed full of various ingredients till they’re nearly overflowing when you bite into them.
Mochi flavours include Bubble Tea, Cheese Lava, Tiramisu, Mango Pomelo and more; and they come in a box of 6 giant mochis (from $27.50). To order, WhatApp 82282490 or DM them on Instagram.
7. Tiky Mochi
These squishy and chewy mochi cupcakes from Tiky Mochi are too cute to eat! A cross between a mochi and a cupcake, these sweet treats feature a chewy and toothsome cupcake batter and topped with various flavours of buttercream frosting.
WTV gives you whatever you’ve ever dreamed of in a mochi snack with their adorable bite-sized and QQ dochi! What are dochis, you ask? They are a happy fusion of donuts and mochi, fried to crispy and chewy perfection and finished with toppings of your choice.