Nostalgic Milo Peng Cake, Pandan Kaya Tarts & Chicken Rendang Puffs Perfect For Your NDP Party

Nostalgic Milo Peng Cake, Pandan Kaya Tarts & Chicken Rendang Puffs Perfect For Your NDP Party

Lifestyle Food
By Samantha Ann Francis on 04 Aug 2022
Senior Editor

Unless you’re one of the lucky ones watching the National Day Parade live from The Float @ Marina Bay this August 9, chances are, you’ll be on your couch enjoying the telecast. Why not take that experience up a notch by tucking into some Milo Peng Cake?

Milo Peng CakePhoto from Polar Puffs & Cakes

The brainchild of homegrown bakery Polar Puffs & Cakes, this special creation resembles an oversized glass of iced Milo. An ode to one of Singaporeans’ favourite beverages, the cake is topped with ice cubes in the form of jelly, butter cream, and a decadent layer of Milo jelly.

Milo Peng CakePhoto from Polar Puffs & Cakes

Inside, the rich cake has layers of Milo buttercream, chocolate sponge, Milo cheese, and a crunchy cookie base. Expect plenty of chocolate and malt flavours that will whisk you right back to your childhood days.

Panda Kaya TartPhoto from Polar Puffs & Cakes

Aside from the Milo Peng Cake ($39), the bakery is also celebrating Singapore’s 57th birthday with the Pandan Kaya Tart ($1.60), which features a flaky crust filled with smooth pandan custard and kaya. 

Panda Kaya TartPhoto from Polar Puffs & Cakes

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For something savoury, there’s the Chicken Rendang Puff ($3.20), which has marinated chicken leg meat encased in the bakery’s signature puff pastry. Expect full-bodied flavours of lemongrass, ginger, and rendang spices.

Chicken Rendang PuffPhoto from Polar Puffs & Cakes

Alternatively, check out the National Day Themed Cake ($26) with chocolate or vanilla cake sponge, filled with butter cream for that old-school flavour.

National Day Themed CakePhoto from Polar Puffs & Cakes

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