Superb Pineapple Tarts 2023 Singapore For Your “Ong” to “Lai” This Chinese language New Yr

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Pineapple tarts rank among the most popular type of CNY goodies. It is commonly offered to guests who visit during CNY or as gifts to loved ones and friends. In Singapore, there are a few types of pineapple tarts that one commonly finds – from open-faced pineapple tarts to pineapple balls to roll tarts or even Taiwan-style rectangular pineapple cakes. Whichever style you prefer, I aim to list some of the best pineapple tarts I have found for CNY 2023, for your perusal. This list will also be updated as the season progresses.

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Ding Bakery

Ding Bakery offers homemade pineapple tarts that are handcrafted with their unique recipe and using premium ingredients. Since launching online a few years ago, they have been getting good momentum during each passing Chinese New Year period, leading to over 80k happy customers last year. For CNY 2023, they are back with more unique flavors. 

Their signature product is their Premium Melt-in-Your-Mouth Pineapple Balls (S$20.80) and they also sell another variation of it made with French butter as well as a Salted Egg Pineapple Balls (S$18.30) and Mango Pineapple Balls (S$18.30). For those who prefer the more traditional type, check out their Nyonya Pineapple Tarts (S$16.90).

Dates: Ongoing

Delivery: Free delivery for orders of S$100 and above

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Home’s Favourite

 

pineapple tarts from home’s favourite (source: home’s favourite)

If filling to dough ratio is important to you, look no further than Home’s Favourite’s range of pineapple tarts for 2023. Among their most highly rated products is their Black Gold Traditional Pineapple Tarts (S$32.80), an open-faced tart with generous pineapple paste. They also have the concealed type of tarts – Pineapple Balls (S$32.80) which come with equally sizeable fillings within. For gifting needs, they also have attractively-packaged Chinese New Year hampers that start from S$98.

Dates: Ongoing

Delivery: Free with minimum spend of S$45

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Pineapple Tarts Singapore

At Pineapple Tarts Singapore, all their products are 100% homemade and handmade using only the finest ingredients to ensure they taste good. Their pineapple tarts are freshly baked and delivered to your door step. While they offer various types of goodies, their star products are undoubtedly their pineapple tarts. Choose from a wide array to suit your tastes – from Traditional Nyonya Pineapple Tarts (S$19.90), Melt in Your Mouth Pineapple Tarts (S$22.90) to Cheese Pineapple Tarts (S$27.90) and Charcoal Truffle Pineapple Tarts (S$30.90). You can also purchase their Assorted CNY Goodies Bundle (from S$57.81) and mix and match your own items – including their pineapple tarts – for gifting or self-consumption.

Dates: Ongoing

Delivery: Free delivery for orders of S$100 and above

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Wang Lai Bakery

Preserving a traditional family recipe passed down for 4 generations, extraordinary efforts have been taken to constantly tweak and improve the recipes to be as close as possible to perfection. At Wang Lai Bakery, each pineapple tart is lovingly handcrafted and plenty of attention is given to every single detail of its construction. 

Celebrate this festive celebration with their premium and affordable pineapple tarts. Their bestsellers include their Melt in Your Mouth Pineapple Tarts (S$19.90), Melt in Your Mouth Open Faced Pineapple Tarts (S$19.90), Premium Cranberry Pineapple Tarts (S$20.90) and more. You can also mix and match the pineapple tarts of your choice to create a customized CNY Goodies Bundle (starts from S$57.81).

Dates: Ongoing

Delivery: Free delivery for orders of S$100 and above

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Baker’s Brew

baker's brew pineapple tarts

baker’s brew pineapple tarts (source: baker’s brew)

Baker’s Brew’s pineapple goodies offerings for 2023 takes on the theme of Peranakan nostalgia, invoking memories from years past with their traditional flavors as well as striking and colorful packaging. Alongside their traditional sweet-salty Pineapple Pillows (S$28.80), a unique offering from Baker’s Brew for the Year of the Rabbit is their Pineapple Bak Kwa Cookies (S$28.80). Each butter biscuit is stuffed with quality Thai pineapple paste and traditional bak kwa for a deliciously savory and sweet combo. Baker’s Brew is also selling their CNY goodies as a bundle of 3 for S$86, with 1 tin each comprising the Pineapple Bak Kwa Cookies stated earlier, as well as their Ondeh Ondeh Cookies and Peanut Almond Cookies.

Dates: From 12th December 2022 onwards

Delivery: TBA

Order here (from 12th December 2022 onwards. Use promo code: BBSCNYxIWANDER8 for 8% off)

Emicakes

pineapple tarts from emicakes

pineapple tarts (source: emicakes)

If cost is your primary consideration, Emicakes’ Pineapple Tarts are probably the cheapest “branded” ones out there, with each tin starting at only S$14.80 (16pcs per tin for open type tarts). Alternatively, you can also purchase their pineapple tarts + kueh lapis combo starting from only S$36.80 inclusive of a gift bag. Aside from these tarts, Emicakes is also offering customizable Chinese New Year cakes (from S$35.70). Customers can choose between D24 durian, chocolate truffle or eggless chocolate mousse with two sizes – 600 grams or 1.2kg. 

Dates: Ongoing

Order here (up to 32% discount)

SunnyHills

sunnyhills pineapple tarts

sunnyhills pineapple tarts (source: sunnyhills)

SunnyHills needs no introduction. This Taiwanese sweets shop known primarily for its pineapple tarts is so popular among Singaporeans that it maintains a local presence in our tropical shores. Those who typically head to Taiwan to buy back these goodies will be delighted to note that many of the bestsellers are available here as well. The most popular is their Pineapple Cake Tart (S$28.50). This is done in typical Taiwan style in the shape of a rectangle. The butter shell is made with all-natural New Zealand butter, gourmet Japanese flour, and healthy plump-yoked eggs while the golden filling is made with their famous sun-ripened pineapples. Other popular items at SunnyHills include the Apple Cake Tart (S$20.80). The filling is made from Kougyoku red apples which originate from Tsugaru Fuji in Aomori Ken, Japan. Similar to their pineapple cake tarts, their apple cake tarts also contain no artificial additives and flavorings.

Dates: Ongoing

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Mdm Ling Bakery

mdm ling pineapple balls

mdm ling pineapple balls (source: mdm ling bakery)

Aside from traditional pineapple tarts, Mdm Ling Bakery is offering a unique type of Cranberry Pineapple Balls (S$20.10). Weighing 470 grams, the pineapple tarts come with bits of cranberry in the filling. Mdm Ling Bakery’s pineapple tarts are halal-certified and they are also selling bundles featuring their pineapple tarts combined with boxes of their cookies.

Dates: Ongoing

Delivery: Free delivery with minimum S$45 order

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Gin Thye

gin thye pineapple tart

gin thye pineapple tart (source: gin thye)

Gin Thye’s pineapple tarts are among the most popular online due to their affordable prices and delivery options. They offer two types of pineapple tarts – the Pineapple Ball (S$15) and Flower-Type Pineapple Tart (S$15). Both weigh 600 grams and are encased in a tin. 

Dates: Ongoing

Delivery: Free pineapple tart delivery with minimum S$45

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Hipster Bakes

pineapple tart

hipster bakes pineapple tart (source: hipster bakes)

Hipster Bakes started as a home-based one-product bakery – known for their moustache shaped sugar cookies. They have since moved to offering other products such as cookies to cakes, tarts, macarons and many more. In 2015, they opened their first retail outlet in Siglap Centre. Their Pineapple Tarts (S$22) attracts a steady following for both CNY and Hari Raya due to its rich buttery crust and not-so-sweet filling.

Dates: Ongoing

Delivery: S$4.99

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Melting Moments

melting moments pineapple tarts

melting moments pineapple tarts (source: melting moments)

Within a short span of time, Melting Moments has made a name for itself in a variety of bakes including its range of tarts. They bake their pineapple tarts daily at 4AM. For CNY this year, their Signature Golden Pineapple Balls (from S$15.22) come in a plastic bottle and contain 16 to 17pcs (small) / 25 to 26pcs (large) of the ball-type tarts inside. 

Dates: Ongoing

Delivery: Free with minimum S$60

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Yikowei

yikowei pineapple tarts

yikowei pineapple tarts (source: yikowei)

Yikowei is a traditional Chinese food business based in Bedok, selling primarily popiah and kuehs. For CNY 2023, they are offering Nyonya-style Pineapple Tarts (from S$24) that come with lower sugar. 

Dates: Ongoing

Delivery: Free with minimum S$45 spend

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Liu Mama

The 2-way VTL between Singapore and Malaysia may be in full-swing but many are still wary about making the short trip across the causeway. If you are craving for JB’s popular Liu Mama brand of CNY pineapple tarts, fret not. You can still buy it online. Their Pineapple Tarts (S$30) are available at a discount for early-bird buyers at the moment. 

Dates: Ongoing

Delivery: Free delivery with minimum order of S$20

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Xin Yong Sheng

xin yong sheng pineapple tart

xin yong sheng pineapple tart (source: xin yong sheng)

Xin Yong Sheng was founded in 1952 as a neighborhood pastry shop – which they remain to this day. For the coming Year of the Rabbit, they are selling Pineapple Pie (S$25.80) encased in tins. Other interesting flavors from them include the Pandan Pineapple (S$25.80) and Cranberry Pineapple (S$25.80).

Dates: Ongoing

Delivery: Free delivery with minimum order of S$30

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