Festive Feasting 2021: The #StayHome Edition

Sweet or savoury, self-collect or delivery, here are 16 festive year-end treats you can order online to feast to your heart’s content in the safety and comfort of home. (Left: Image by @lemondaisy_cakes / Right: Image by @yamesushimy)

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Tis’ the season to get into some stretchy pants! Got friends and family coming over but stumped about what to serve? Or perhaps you’d just like to treat someone with the gift of good food. Whatever your intentions, we’ve done the work for you and compiled a whopping 14 online food platforms to order all sorts of happy, cutesy, Christmasy treats. Enjoy!

Caviar pie: Jo + Ko. Platter

 
 
 
 
 
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Cheesy, decadent, salty, sweet — this indulgent caviar pie from Jo + Ko. Platter takes graving to a whole new level. Serve this up as an amuse-bouche, and well, consider your bouche (mouth) amused with layers and layers of delicious texture topped off with a generous amount of lumpfish caviar. Order here via WhatsApp.

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Edible wreaths: MunchyBaby

 
 
 
 
 
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The MunchyBaby Holiday Collection gives you two sweet grazing options that also make for excellent presents. Choose between The Magical Tree and Wreath of Joy. The former is a savoury platter with a selection of fine cheeses, smoked meats, and other accoutrements, while the latter is a dessert platter literally dripping with chocolate and other sweet delights like macarons and berries.

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Piñata cake: Foret Blanc

 
 
 
 
 
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While they’ve got quite a few options up for grabs this Christmas, we’re going mad over their piñata cake. After all, it’s what Foret Blanc is known for. Needless to say, this fun and interactive chocolate-filled ball of joy will be a (ahem) smashing start to the festive season.

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Christmas cookies: Bimibear

 
 
 
 
 
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Whether you’re leaving them out for Santa or scarfing them down yourselves, this collection features artisanal handmade truffle cookies, ginger butter cookies, and icing cookies that are great with a cup of tea or a side of milk. Not to mention, the Bimibear Christmas town lightbox makes for a pretty presentation.

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Sushi: Yamesushi

 
 
 
 
 
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Yup. We bet you didn’t think you’d be seeing Christmas sushi on the list. Well, the good folk over at Yamesushi have managed to make these bite-sized morsels of food really festive. We’re talking the usual combos of salmon mentai, ikura (salmon eggs), unagi (eel) and tamago (omelette) over beds of fluffy sushi rice. Choose between the Christmas Sushi Wreath or the Kuma In The Wonderland sushi gift box. Order available only via WhatsApp.

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Jellies: Q Jelly Bakery Shop

 
 
 
 
 
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Prefer a dessert that’s lighter and not so indulgent? We got you. Consider these slightly sweet, fun-to-eat jelly cakes from Q Jelly Bakery Shop. Considered one of the pioneers when it comes to jelly desserts (they’ve been around since 2006), procuring one of the Christmas specials will allow you to try many flavours like their signature pandan (screwpine) flavour and tiramisu.

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Choux tower: Happ

 
 
 
 
 
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Edible Christmas tree, anyone? Well, you can enjoy these chocolate-filled matcha puffs from Happ this year. Each tree comes with eight light and airy puffs and a cute little train to boot. It’ll make such an adorable addition to your Christmas spread.

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Mediterranean specials: PichaEats

 
 
 
 
 
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Now, this is where you can enjoy yourself while still supporting a good cause. PichaEats hires refugee home cooks, giving them a platform to showcase their home country’s food while also helping them build a sustainable income. This Christmas, there are two types of specials — Chicken Specials and Premium Specials. We’re pretty keen on the latter, including Festive Baked Salmon Wellington, Winter Wonderlamb, and Turkey To My Heart.

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Cupcakes: Cakes by Maine

 
 
 
 
 
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Cupcakes, anyone? We definitely agree that this cupcake tree by Cakes by Maine is a sweet and glamorous way to celebrate the festive season. These individual cakes that come together as one holiday masterpiece are perfect for sharing. It’s like a pandemic-friendly dessert, really. Available via WhatsApp only.

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Cheese platter: Keju by Carmen

 
 
 
 
 
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Last year, the amazing team at Keju by Carmen gave us the jaw-dropping Christmas Town cheese platter. This year, they’ve upped the ante with their magical Christmas Wonderland. This towering lightbox has all the yummy goodies you can expect to find in a loaded cheese platter — multiple types of premium cheeses, cold cuts, berries, fruits, fine chocolates, and honey.

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Log cakes: Lacher Patisserie

 
 
 
 
 
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This is the traditional yule log but elevated. Besides just chocolate and cream, the team of master bakers at Lacher Patisserie have created two desserts that’ll surely leave you wanting more. We’re eyeing the Forêt de Noël that’s a traditional rich chocolate cake accented by earl grey and berries.

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Cake pops: Lemon Daisy Cakes

Don’t be fooled; this isn’t ice cream. Think of it as a cake on a stick, hence the name cake pops. We love the handcrafted cake pops from Lemon Daisy Cakes that’ll be fun and easy to eat (and also less messy) for the most magical time of year. WhatsApp them to place your order.

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Christmas croissants: Valen’s Patisserie

 
 
 
 
 
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It’s the year-end, so set those breakfast croissants aside and swap them in for a sweet holiday treat. These Christmas croissants from Valen’s Patisserie will fill your tummies as much as they warm your hearts as you tuck into flavours like peppermint chocolate and mint berry. IF croissants don’t tickle your fancy, then do give their festive madeleines a try.

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Statement cakes: D’Sabroso

 
 
 
 
 
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When it comes to hosting a Christmas meal, or any meal for that matter, you always need a centrepiece of sorts. Enter the statement cake. It’s your sure-fire way to get conversations going or generally get those present excited for the meal in store. We’re loving the Christmas Gnome Cake from D’Sabroso that’s nothing but fun vibes only.

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Gugelhupf: Poundella

 
 
 
 
 
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A say what, now? Essentially, a Gugelhupf is a bundt cake. The ones baked in that distinctive circular mould with a hole in the middle. Poundella has filled up the void in our hearts by filling up the holes in their Gugelhupfs with oozy sweetness. This set of six mini cakes features three holly jolly cake flavours: premium dark chocolate with ganache filling, matcha with cream cheese filling, and red velvet with cream cheese filling. Yum!

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Ice cream log: Minus 4 Degrees

 
 
 
 
 
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The brainchild of a mother-daughter duo, Minus 4 Degrees, has a boozy and icy Christmas special in store for you! The Yule Log Ice Cream Cake in Not-So-Silent Night Is a rum raisin log that’s richly spiked and encased in a blue-white chocolate shell bedazzled with stars.

For all you teetotallers, there’s also the non-alcoholic Holly Jolly option of French vanilla ice cream layered with chocolate orange ice cream encased in dark chocolate bark. Whichever way you decide to go, you can bet it’ll be a good treat!

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Going by the nickname Kuzai, the Kelantan native has spent 15 years in the wonderful world of publishing, formerly managing the beauty sections of glossies including ELLE and Harper’s BAZAAR. Now, Kuzai is the Editor of Zafigo. The wannabe runner is also mom to a feisty toddler, suffers from constant wanderlust, and really just works to eat, travel, and shop.