Do you still remember your favourite childhood snacks? Missed munching on those snacks?
Remember always running to the shops to buy these snacks after school, and saving up for the whole week just to get these snacks to eat while you play at the playground.
Why not, let’s revisit our childhood days and take a walk down the memory lane together.
- Kacang Puteh
Kacang Puteh is an assortment of nuts that makes you go nuts over it. Get it? With all the nuts that come together, it makes up a good colourful concoction and is usually served in a paper cone with 6 different types of nuts and crackers. In the past, it was commonly seen on the streets and in the cinemas for people to munch on while watching their movie. It was one of the most well-known and well-loved snacks by many Singaporeans.
2. Muah Chee
Muah Chee is a glutinous rice snack coated with sesame seeds or peanuts and is known as Singapore’s favorite street snack. With its doughy yet chewy texture, as well as the crunchiness of the peanuts, it forms a toothsome bite that makes you want to continue eating more.
3. Ding Ding Candy
Did you know?
Ding Ding Candy got its name from the sound of its production process? ” Ding Ding ” was the sound produced when the candy maker breaks up the candies. Ding Ding Candy was first originated in Hong Kong and then it starts to spread to the rest of the world. It is a hard maltose candy flavored with ginger and sesame.
4. Dragon Beard Candy
Dragon Beard Candy is a form of traditional art that originated in China. It is also known as ‘Chinese cotton candy’ and is often found on the streets in the olden days. It is made up of hardened sugar that is pulled into thin, individual strands of candy that will melt in one’s mouth.
5. Tutu Kueh
Tutu Kueh or Kueh Tutu is a small fine-looking soft steamed rice cake flavored with shredded coconut or peanuts or even red bean nowadays! The cool thing about it is that it was created by our fellow Singaporean who created the recipe based on his memories and to now, it is still one of Singaporean’s favorite snacks.
6. Traditional Biscuits
Remember these childhood biscuits you have always loved as a kid?
Was it the iced gem biscuits or the chocolate bourbon or the egg pandan or the lobster cubes or the cream crackers? Which of it was your favourite traditional biscuits? Mine was definitely the iced gem biscuit that we always bit off the icing on the top before eating the biscuits!
Well… out of all these traditional food, which was your top favourite when you were a child?
Now I have a surprise for you!
Party People is now offering you these traditional live food stations that you can now rent for your event! Be it your wedding, birthday, traditional themed event, family gatherings OR any festive and celebrative occasion, we can now refresh your childhood memories with your favourite childhood snack!