Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart Is (Finally) Halal-Certified In Singapore


Fatehah •  May 18, 2018

Ramadan has just become a tad sweeter (literally ?) because now you can feast on yummy tarts from Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart! The chain has been around in Singapore for a while now, and each time we walked past it, the whiff of the baked cheese tarts always had us yearning for some. But we had to hold those cravings in - until now, because it's finally halal-certified ?

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If you didn't know already, the chain was started in Hokkaido (hence the name!). Each cheese tart is made from rich, fresh Hokkaido cheese and milk?

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Their 'double-bake' baking method is what makes their cheese tart stands out from others! The crust is pre-baked before cheese mousse is added, giving it the crispy golden brown texture?

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If the tarts have made you swooned, wait till  you see the gorgeous box that comes along with it! I mean, if you can't get the Tiffany blue box, this one's a pretty good alternative ?

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While we are excited to try the cheese tarts, we're crossing our fingers that the chain in Singapore would expand their tart flavours! Here are some of our top picks (HBCT, if you're listening?):

Strawberry Cheese Tart

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Matcha Cheese Tart

Credit: Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart on Facebook

But for now, we'll happily settle for the normal cheese tarts in Singapore! They have many locations across the country so you can conveniently get your hands on them?

P.S. Each cheese tart is priced at $3.50, and a box of 6 at $19.50.


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