Inspired by Liliha’s Bakery, check out our delicious glazed poi donuts recipe! Tear into this onolicious donut made from poi. Coated with a sugary glaze, these delectable and addictive doughnuts are sure to “broke da mouth.”
Malasadas, oh Malasadas! These fluffy, golden, and irresistibly delicious fried doughnuts are a true delight for your taste buds. Straight from the heart of Hawaii, this iconic sweet treat has been satisfying cravings for generations. Whether you’re a fan of the classic plain version or love to experiment with different fillings, there’s a Malasada out there for everyone. Join us on this mouthwatering adventure as we show you how to make the perfect Malasadas that will have you coming back for more.
Craving a taste of home? Whip up this easy and delicious Sweet Portuguese Bread recipe – it’s so ono, you’ll want to share it with your neighbors just to show off your baking skills! Don’t worry, I won’t tell them how easy it was to make 😉
Li Hing Mui gummy bears are a popular snack in Hawaii. A little mixture of the li hing mui powder with some gummies will make a wonderful sweet snack full of tangy, sweet and sour flavors.
There are many different names for this sweet simple dish like kankanin, or bibingka. But the most common name is Biko. It takes time, effort, and a little love to make this sweet sticky rice treat. A beloved childhood dish to remind us all of those sweet Filipino aunties who loved us in Hawaii nei!
Ube is a sweet purple yam that comes from the Philippines and many other parts of the Asian region. It has a hint of coconut and vanilla-like taste making it the perfect flavor for a vibrant purple ice cream or shake. Follow this recipe for a copycat version to Maui’s local restaurant Cupie’s Ube Shake.
Learn how to make Chi Chi Dango, a light-sweet, soft, and chewy treat. This treat was brought to Hawaii from Japan and was adopted to the island’s culture. It’s usually eaten on Girl’s Day, which is celebrated on March 3rd.
Lilikoi (passion fruit) bars are a very simple and easy dessert to make! The lilikoi’s sweet and tangy taste really brings out it’s flavors in this lovely treat. Along with the sweet custard is a crisp shortbread crust making these bars even more divine. Give this recipe a try and get ready to impress your ohana and friends.
Banana Lumpia is another sweet treat that was brought to Hawaii from the Philippines. It is very simple to make this but it is probably one of my most favorite treats to eat. This treat is basically a banana rolled in brown sugar, dusted with cinnamon, and wrapped tightly in a spring roll to be fried until it is golden brown.
Learn how to make one of Hawaii’s most favorite dessert, Chantilly Cake. This chocolate cake is perfect to make for a special celebration like birthdays, weddings, etc. The frosting is based on evaporated milk and butter. To top off the cake, sprinkle on toasted macadamia nuts to give it that perfect touch!