Some people eat to live, others live to eat. If you fall in the latter camp, then over-the-top food items like 1.5L bubble tea towers, giant naan, and huge okonomiyaki pancakes are sure to tickle your fancy.
If you have a sweet tooth, you’ll want to get in on the newest Korean food trend that is fat macarons - also known as fatcarons or ddungcarons - with extra filling. Some local bakeries have already hopped onto the bandwagon, so we can now enjoy these in Singapore too!
Read on to find out about where to get Korea’s fat macarons in Singapore!
Fat macarons are not supersized macarons - they do use the same small circular meringue biscuits as regular ones. The only difference? Their stuffing is EXTRA THICC and more than filled to the brim.
What you’re getting here is essentially double, triple, or perhaps even quadruple the amount of icing - making for an extra creamy, extra indulgent dessert. Depending on the bakery, you might even find little goodies nestled within, such as mini Kit Kat bars or Ferrero Rocher balls - as seen on Singapore-based Whites Bakery’s page.
Another local bakery you can look to for Korean fat macarons is Nana Tang Bakes. Some of their more unique creations include fillings like durian mochi, jelly, and...ham and cheese?! Now that will certainly be interesting to try.
There's also The Crash Baker, which has flavours like Fruity Pebbles, Strawberry, and Tiramisu.
Whites Bakery, Nana Tang Bakes, and The Crash Baker all accept orders via Instagram DM. Can’t wait for more bakeries in Singapore to join the fatcaron trend and come up with their own unique renditions!
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