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Bakerzin’s Chinese New Year Treats

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Pineapple resembles the Hokkien word for prosperity. This makes the traditional pineapple tart, an important pastry to indulge in and to “eat” as much good fortune as you can, during the Lunar New Year festivities.

Pineapple tarts are available throughout the year in Singapore. They come in different shapes and forms such as the traditional style round biscuit with a pineapple lump on top to the pineapple cookie rolled into a ball. These pastries are even shaped into gold bars and ingots to signify wealth and good luck!

This year, Bakerzin is selling their traditional pineapple tarts at S$ 22.80 for a box of 18 pieces. These classic treats are freshly-baked in a creative ‘ingot’ shape to symbolise prosperity. The buttery, crumbly outer layer of pastry melts in your mouth and is well proportionate to the homemade pineapple jam core made from specially selected pineapples. Bakerzin’s golden ingots offer a slight twist with notable hints of spices like cinnamon and cloves that lift the taste beyond just being sweet.

For alternative treat options, Bakerzin is also offering the Good Luck Cookies Collection. This is a set of bite-sized delights, baked to perfection for a nice crunchy and crispy texture. These premium buttery cookies come in six assorted flavours – Almond, Peanut, Coffee, Chocolate, Lemon and Black Sesame. The cookies retail for S$19.80 for a box of six flavours.

Bakerzin’s Chinese New Year treats are on sale while stocks last. They are available for online orders at www.bakerzin.com, and Bakerzin outlets in Singapore.

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