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Happy Oven: $1 Pandan And Kaya Cakes At Traditional Bakery In Hougang

5th August 2022

Happy Oven Hougang for old-school cakes

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Image credit: @happyovensingapore

Get your fix of old-school cakes and pastries at halal bakery Happy Oven‘s new outlet in Hougang. The popular family-run bakery, which first opened in Beo Crescent, is most known for their wide selection of freshly baked cakes in traditional flavours.

happy oven pandan ondeh (1)
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There’s their best-selling Ondeh Ondeh Roll, which goes for just $1.40 a pop. This cake features a strikingly green pandan-spiked sponge with gula melaka-soaked coconut shavings and buttercream in the middle, topped with fresh coconut flakes on top.

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Alternatively, go for the Gula Melaka Roll or the Pandan Kaya Cake, affordably priced at $1.40 and $1 respectively.

happy oven chendol cake
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Another classic flavour worth trying is the Chendol Cake ($1.40), an iteration of everyone’s favourite icy dessert. You get soft pandan sponge with a thick and rich gula melaka centre, topped with a creamy coconut layer with red beans and chendol jelly.

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Don’t miss the Classic Cream Puffs ($1.40) too, which are are a blast from the past. The choux pastry is said to be light, and filled with Happy Oven’s signature house-made custard cream for the perfect bite.

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Fans of old-school cakes must also try their Chocolate Boat Cake ($2), a childhood classic comprising layers of chocolate sponge cake packed with chocolate cream, and generously coated with chocolate vermicelli.

happy oven platter
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If you’re hosting a party or visiting a friend, get one of their gift boxes, available in a range of sizes. Go all out with their 25 Pieces Premium Gift Box ($35), which features an array of signature bakes so you can share the calories.

happy oven hougang store
Image credit: @happyovensingapore

Happy Oven Hougang opens from 5am daily, so you can get your dose of sweet treats for brekkie if you’re an early riser. Online reviews state that they’ve been selling out before their stipulated closing time of 3pm, so be sure to head down earlier to snag some bakes! Alternatively, beat the queue and order online.

Another old-school bakery and cafe worth checking out is Chin Mee Chin Confectionery in Joo Chiat. Or if you love orh nee, visit Singapore’s first-ever taro cafe Whisking Bakes in Lavender!

Address: 678 Hougang Avenue 8, #01-505, Singapore 530678
Opening hours: Daily 5am to 3pm
Tel: 8569 3856
Website

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Featured image adapted from @happyovensingapore and @unter_den__zypresse

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