Chinese Cakes

Chinese Rice & Flour Cakes

Sticky-rice cakes coloured with vegetable juice and filled with red bean paste, traditional southern-style cake for breakfast or snake.

The green cakes are also conventionally served during the tomb-sweeping festival on April 5.

Sticky-rice cakes mingled with nuts and dry fruits, traditional southern-style cake for breakfast or snack.

Cantonese-style breakfast cakes

The new invention of Chinese-style sponge cakes in the shape of honeycomb coals.

Chinese Cream Cakes

A Chinese-style birthday cake with flour sculpture of peaches and a message sign “May you live as long as Mt. Zhongnan”.

Peaches in Chinese culture symbolize longevity and Mt. Zhongnan in Shaanxi Province is the most popular site for Daoist hermits and allegedly frequented by immortals.

A Chinese-style birthday cake with edible cranes, pine trees and winter plum flowers.

In Chinese culture, cranes represent hermit or immortals, pines symbolize longevity while winter plums stand for endurance.

A Chinese-style birthday or wedding cake with images of peony flowers and an edible pavilion at the top.

In Chinese culture, peony flowers signify prosperity and happiness while pavilion is a symbol implies a peaceful and enjoyable life.

A Chinese-style birthday or wedding cake with the edible sculptures of lotus, plums and a double-roofed pavilion built around the cake body that is painted with typical Chinese landscape of a river flowing between the mountains with an arched bridge in a distance.

A Chinese-style birthday or wedding cake with edible sculptures of flowers and fans.

A Chinese-style birthday or wedding cake with edible sculptures of magnolia flowers, fish and a decorative room divider screen on the top.

A Chinese-style wedding cake with an edible sculpture of dragon coiling on the top and a phoenix with spread wings painted on the bottom.

A Chinese-style wedding cake with edible sculptures of a terrace building, three drums, a boy and a girl, created by Chinese food artist Zhou Yi and displayed at the UK Cake International 2017.

A cake with a cartoon figure, created by Chinese food artist Zhou Yi.

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