Dessert is always a good idea. Whether you’re ending a meal, or just looking to satisfy your sweet tooth, dessert always seems to be the ideal fix 😋

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And while a simple soft serve cone or a slice of cake is delicious, sometimes it’s nice to take things up a notch and savour an extra special dessert. Lucky for us, Singapore has plenty of amazing halal desserts that will be sure to get you drooling! We’ve rounded up 13 awesome desserts, perfect for any sweet cravings 😊

1. Churros by Chulop!

At Chulop! by The Syarifs, the churros are coated with just the right amount of sugar and spice (cinnamon) which makes everything nice! Though this Spanish treat is traditionally eaten at breakfast, you can definitely indulge in this sweet snack at any time of the day 😆


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When choosing your dip, why go for the usual chocolates when you can have premium dips like Thai Milk Tea, Oreo Cheesecake or Kinder Bueno! And hey, if you’ve a dangerously sweet tooth, we definitely recommend getting Churros with Toppings 😋


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You’ll be asking for more after having a taste of the S’mores Churros, which consists of the classic churros sitting on a bed of graham biscuit crumbs, crowned by ribbons of delicious chocolate drizzle, topped off with a row of marshmallows torched to toasty perfection! 😍


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Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address: 430 Upper Changi Road #01-59, East Village, Singapore 487048

Opening hours: Mon – Thu (12pm – 8pm); Fri (3pm – 9pm); Sat & Sun (1pm – 9pm)

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2. Cupcakes at Fluff Bakery

With a rotating menu of desserts weekly, you almost never know what to expect when you visit this bakery at Jalan Pisang.


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The list of flavours at Fluff are endless – but a really unique feature is the fact they have many cupcakes inspired by local flavours, including bandung, ondeh ondeh, apam balik sweetcorn and triple milo. Another cool flavour they created was inspired by the traditional kuih putri salat. With pulut on top the pandan cake, and pandan custard & coconut inside, it truly resembles the taste of the kueh.


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Feel like sticking to the familiar? Fluff’s best-selling Nutella Red Velvet and Salted Caramel cupcakes are always in store, waiting for you.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address: 4 Jalan Pisang Singapore 199071
Operating hours: Tue – Sat (12:00pm – 7:30pm); Sun (11am – 5pm)
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3. Egglet waffles by Lickety

Craving some Hong Kong egglet waffles? Well, the team at Fika Swedish Café has got you covered. Available in both Buttermilk and Red Velvet, the waffles are everything you dreamt of – soft on the inside, crisp and buttery on the outside. Fill those waffles right up with colourful scoops of ice cream and toppings like marshmellows and Pocky sticks.


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Or, you can opt for just ice-cream without waffles. There’s a whole spread of flavours to choose from, the notable ones being Mao Shan Wang, Lychee Rose Sorbet and Gula Melaka.


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Halal-status: Halal-certified

Address: 34 Bussorah Street, Singapore 199452
Operating hours: Open daily, 11am – 11pm
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4. Gula Melaka Scones by All Things Delicious

When it comes to desserts baked from the heart, All Things Delicious is where it’s at. The most raved desserts here are the scones, and the Gula Melaka ones are not for the faint of heart.


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But scones aren’t the only unique desserts here! You’ll want to dig in to the other mouthwatering and irresistible delights such as their Blueberry Sponge with Frosted Lemon Drizzle and Vanilla With-A-Kiss-Of-Lemon Bundt Cake.

Halal status: Halal-certified

Opening hours: 8am – 7pm (Opens at 9am on Saturday & Sunday)
Address: 34 Arab St, Singapore 199733
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Contact no.: 6291 4252

5. Gloriously-decorated cakes by Butter Studio

Butter Studio is not one to shy away from being challenged in making customised cakes. Their cakes are so intricately designed, they seem too beautiful to be eaten.


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One of their cakes that is easy on the eyes and even more on the palate is the Salted Caramel Red Velvet cake – seems like a wonderful union of two crowd favourites. If you’re a fan of Nutella and cookie dough, Butter Studio has both under one roof too.


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Halal status: Halal-certified

Address: 147 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208865
Operating hours: Sun –  Thu (11am – 10pm), Fri & Sat (11am – 12am)
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6. Traditional-inspired cupcakes by Julie Bakes

At Julie Bakes, you can look forward to kueh-inspired cupcakes every day, like badak berendam inventions. If you are a hardcore fan of traditional Malay bakes, look no further for the cupcakes here will not disappoint.


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What’s even more impressive is that there are also cupcakes which are based on kueh we might not have seen in local Muslim stalls nowadays. Perhaps, parents or grandparents might be able to identify this particular dessert (Talam Dang Anum) based on the taste. For the uninitiated (i.e. myself), it is a jackfruit-based kueh, and the folks at Julie Bakes have succeeded in adapting it into a sumptuous creation.


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Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address: 14 Baghdad Street, Singapore 199653
Operating hours: Tue – Sun (12 pm – 9 pm or till bakes sell out); closed on Mon
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7. The Halia desserts

Up for some exquisite dessert in the midst of the Botanic Gardens? Have a go at The Halia’s quaint creations which will leave you spellbound by the presentation of the food itself. One of the signature favourites on the Brunch menu, Pain Perdu is not to be missed. It is a hazelnut brioche with caramelised banana and hazelnut, fresh berries, ice cream and praline sauce.

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Another popular choice at The Halia is the aptly named Die Die Must Have Chocolate. A combination of chocolate mousse, raspberry sorbet, and popping candy, it’s one you won’t want to miss!


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Halal-status: Halal-certified

Address: 1 Cluny Road, Ginger Garden (enter via Tyersall Avenue), Singapore Botanic Gardens Singapore 259569
Operating hours: Mon – Thu (9am – 9.30pm); Fri (9am – 10pm); Sat (10am – 10pm); Sun (10am – 9.30pm)
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8. Chendol soft-serve by Overrun

It’s always a good time for soft serve ice-cream right? Here at Overrun, you’ll be overwhelmed with the flavours they have to offer.  One of the most popular flavours is the Chendol which comes with coconut shavings, gula Melaka and green jelly. You could probably share a cup of the icecream with a friend as the portions are generous for prices from $6 onwards. Other interesting flavours to look out for every week are Ovaltine, Bandung, Mint Choc and Cotton Candy.


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Want to bring home some instead? You can opt for delivery to eat 16 oz pints in the comfort of your home. As you dig into your ice-cream, don’t forget to take a look at their baked goods and savoury breads/sandwiches!


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Halal-status: Muslim-owned

Address: 18 Baghdad Street, Singapore 199657
Operating hours: Tue – Thu, 12 – 8.30pm; Fri, 2pm – 10pm; Sat, 12 – 10pm; Sun, 12pm – 8.30pm, Closed on Mon
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9. Durian Snow Ice by Dessert First

With year-round hot and humid weather in Singapore, it’s the perfect excuse to indulge in cold icy desserts and the best place to find them would be Dessert First. This halal-certified dessert joint serves snow ice desserts which would delight your tastebuds. Durian lovers, don’t miss out on the Durian Snow Ice which will leave you wanting more! Also, don’t forget to try their Mango Snow Ice for a delectable blend of sweet and sour.

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Dessert First also serves traditional Chinese favourites like Tang Yuan (riceballs) in Ginger Soup and Yam Paste with Pumpkin and Gingko Nut so for those of you who like your desserts warm, this would be ideal for you.

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Halal-status: Halal-certified

Address: 8 Liang Seah St, Singapore 189029
Operating hours: Sunday – Thursday, 1pm – 1am; Friday, 1pm – 2am; Public Holiday Eves open till 2am, Public Holidays open from 1pm
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10. Chendol Bingsu by Oriental Ice Bistro

Another one to add to the list for those days that you really need to beat the heat. Oriental Ice Bistro is one of the only few places which sell halal bingsu (Korean shaved ice). What’s more? Their bingsus also have a local twist to it. A must-try at the café is the Chendol Pak Dol. You can never go wrong with this local treat!

 
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 Another dessert that is sure to delight your tastebuds is the Avocado Gado.

 
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Well, if you find the desserts familiar, that’s because Oriental Ice Bistro used to be IceBox Café but it has since reopened under new management. Well, aren’t we glad that we can still enjoy halal bingsu now? Don’t forget to check out the other items on Oriental Ice Bistro’s menu too – such as pizzas and baked rice.

Halal-status: Halal-certified

Address: 89 Rangoon Road #01-02, 218375
Operating hours: Thu – Tue (12pm – 11pm), Closed on Wed
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11. Ondeh-ondeh Softserve by Moosh Softserve

Recently a hit among visitors at Haji Lane is this quaint Muslim-owned softserve cafe! Boasting a variety of unique soft serve flavours in their menu (such as Nutella Brownies and S’mores), they’re hard to resist in the scorching sunny Singapore.


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The most unique flavour we found was their Ondeh-Ondeh Softserve Ice Cream! If you’ve always been a fan of this traditional Malay kueh (or want to try it), this ice cream version comes close.

Halal-status: Muslim-owned

Address: 44 Haji Lane Singapore 189237
Operating hours: Monday-Thursday, 12 – 8pm; Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 12 – 9pm
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12. GASTRONÔMAD

This new fine-dining restaurant serves all their menu items with a lovable flair. With top-notch presentation and flavours that are truly one of a kind, you won’t want to miss this out if you’re looking for a BIG treat.


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Indulge in the dulche de leche gelato with moist dark chocolate sponge. Served alongside torched bananas, caramelised peaches and much more, this is a dessert you probably won’t find anywhere else in Singapore!

Halal-status: Muslim-owned

Address: 11, Sin Ming Rd, Thomson V-Two, #01-30, Singapore 575629
Opening Hours: Thur & Fri, 6.30 – 10.30pm, Sat & Sun, 12.30 – 9.30pm
Reservations: Call 9362 8001 or book online
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13. Choux from Shubby Sweets

Tucked all the way in Chai Chee, there’s a hidden gem that serves brownies and delicious choux (french pastry) desserts!

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They have different choux flavours every week but some of the more popular ones are their Blueberry Cheesecake ChouxRed Velvet Nutella Oreo Choux and Susu Manis and Keju Choux 🤤 If you’re lucky, you might even get to taste the more exclusive flavours like Gula Melaka Choux and Chai Tea Latte Choux.

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Halal-status: Muslim-owned

Address: Blk 42, Chai Chee Street, #01-68 Singapore 461042
Opening Hours: Wed – Sat (12.30pm – 8pm); Sun (11.30am – 8pm); Closed Mon & Tue
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Wow, aren’t you spoiled for choice right now? So many cool desserts to choose from, so little time… Plan out your dessert trail and go on a gastronomic adventure around Singapore to hunt down these sweet treasures soon!

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