Thursday, 28 November 2019

Pineapple Tarts Singapore – The Best MYIM Pineapple Tarts in SG [MEDIA TASTING]

Pineapple Tarts by Pineappletarts.sg

Pineapple tarts, one of the must-have snacks for Chinese New Year celebration in Singapore. Choosing the best pineapple tarts is a serious business here. Almost all traditional and online publications will create a list of the best pineapple tarts in Singapore.

So which one is the best? Well, I am not going to put this debate to bed, but I will recommend one for your consideration this year.

Thanks to the folks at Pineapple Tarts Singapore, I received three types of Pineapple Tarts at my doorstep during earlier this month. Those pineapple tarts are:
- Melt In Your Mouth – Pineapple Tarts (The Original Recipe - $22.90)

My Pineapple Tarts Goodies

My first impression of the Pineapple Tarts is their clean looking modern packaging. Instead of the traditional plastic container with a red top, the version is here is with a silver cover. Each piece of the pineapple tarts is displayed clearly.

LD and I started our tasting with Melt In Your Mouth – Pineapple Tarts. This original version has a nice buttery aroma, followed with moist and buttery pastry and deliciously well-balanced fillings. The size of the pineapple tart is about the size of regular fishballs.

Melt In Your Mouth – Pineapple Tarts

Next is the YOlkLO – Salted Egg Pineapple Tarts. The aroma of the salted eggs immediately came to our nose. The salted egg yolk is folded into the pastry then shaped in the round shape around the pineapple fillings. The pastry tasted dryer compared to the Melt In Your Mouth version, however, the texture remains crumbly. The saltiness in the pastry enhances the sweetness of the pineapple fillings.

YOlkLO – Salted Egg Pineapple Tarts
YOlkLO – Salted Egg Pineapple Tarts

The final pineapple tarts that we sample is the Cheezylicious – Cheese Pineapple Tarts. When we open the bottle, the ‘powerful’ smell of the parmesan cheese filled our nose. The pastry’s moist level is lower than the other two, however, the texture remains crumbly. It feels like eating a blue cheese pineapple tart. I suggest this only for those that can handle strong cheese aroma.

Cheezylicious – Cheese Pineapple Tarts

This year, Pineappletarts.sg has introduced Siao LA – Mala Pineapple Tarts ($27.90). Imagine enjoying Mala hotpot or Mala Xiang Guo in dessert form. We did not try the Mala version, as we are not a big fan of Mala. If you are a daredevil and can take the heat, you can also try their Pineapple Tarts Singapore Spicy Challenge (Details available on their website)

Do take note that Pineapple Tarts from Pineappletarts.sg has No Preservative Added; Fully Homemade and Handmade. Each bottle contains 20 pieces of tarts. Free Delivery for orders above $100. As no preservative is used, the pineapple tarts Best Consumed within 6 weeks.

Melt In Your Mouth – Pineapple Tarts

Other than Pineapple Tarts, Pineapple Tarts Singapore also sell other Chinese New Yeargoodies including CNY Cookies (Kueh Bangkit, Almond Cookies, Cashew Nut Cookies, etc), Prawn Rolls, Munchies, Crab Sticks, Love Letters and Kueh Lapis.

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GIVE AWAY CONTEST
CHUBBYBOTAKKOALA.COM & PINEAPPLETARTS.SG will be giving away 2 bottles of Pineapple Tarts based on your choice. To be eligible for this give away:
- Like “Chubbybotakkoala.com – Food Blog” Facebook Page and follow Chubbybotakkoala Instagram Page
- Like “Pineapple Tarts Singapore” Facebook Page and follow “Pineappletarts.sg” Instagram Page
- Tag 3 friends and tell us why you want these delicious pineapple tarts
- The contest will be close on Sunday, 08 December 2019 at 23.59.
- Winner will be contacted directly and the Pineapple Tarts can be collected at 352 Clementi Ave 2 #01-109 S(120352). 

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Pineapple Tarts Singapore
Blk 352 Clementi Ave 2
#01-109 Singapore 120352
IG: @Pineappletarts.sg


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