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Get Black Sesame And Ondeh Mochi Cupcakes At This Popular Home-Based Bakery

11th April 2024

Tiky Mochi is a popular home-based business with mochi cupcakes

Image credit: @tikymochi

It seems like mochi desserts are here to stay—from mochi waffles to the Japan-famous Warabimochi Kamakura, the trend isn’t dying down just yet. Tiky Mochi is another contender in the scene; this home-based business is popular for their mochi cupcakes and muffins!

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The Muslim-owned home bakery has close to 10,000 followers on Instagram. You can look forward to monthly specials for the cupcakes, alongside a staple collection of mochi muffins.

Image credit: @tikymochi

This April 2024, there are four special mochi cupcake flavours to try: Honey Butter Cornflakes, Pandan Kaya Cheese, Nutella, and Thai Milk Tea. The last two come with a cream-filled centre of rich Nutella and Thai tea-infused custard respectively.

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These mochi cupcakes cost $22.50 for a box of 12 minis and $40.50 for a box of 24 minis. If you prefer larger-sized treats, a box of four regular pieces is available at $17.50, while six regular-sized cupcakes go for $24.50. They’re said to be dense, chewy, and packed with flavour.

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Those who want something less sinful can order their mochi muffins, priced from $19.50 for a box of 27 minis, and $16.50 for six regular muffins. For these, you can pick from four flavours: Black Sesame, Matcha, Chocolate Chip, and Double Chocolate. FYI: these mochi muffins are also gluten- and dairy-free!

To order, simply drop Tiky Mochi a DM on their Instagram page. Self-collection is available at Marine Parade, but you can also opt for delivery with a $10 top-up. Do note that the mochi muffins and cupcakes are available on selected days, so make sure you clarify with them before placing an order!

In related mochi news, Warabimochi Kamakura Orchard has officially opened, so you can head to town for your dessert fix. Else, Brotherbird Bakehouse is now at VivoCity with their popular mochi croissants!

Tiky Mochi is a Muslim-owned business.

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Featured image adapted from @tikymochi

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