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Asian Desserts

Looking for Asian desserts? Find Asian desserts including Asian cookies, Asian pies, and more Asian dessert recipes.

Chewy Almond Cookies

Chewy Almond Cookies

Chewy Almond Cookies

These old-fashioned cookies are often requested by my children and grandchildren.—Betty Speth, Vincennes, Indiana

Crisp Almond Cookies

Crisp Almond Cookies

Crisp Almond Cookies

I found this recipe in a magazine years ago and have shared it with family and friends many times since. These slightly sweet crisp cookies bring a flavorful ending to any meal.

Caroling Fortune Cookies

Caroling Fortune Cookies

Caroling Fortune Cookies

Darlene Brenden's devised a lucky way to greet the season—with her holiday fortune cookies! "I make regular fortune cookies, then tuck yuletide wishes inside. They make a fun dessert for a Christmas party," she pens from Salem, Oregon.
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Tropical Stuffed Pears

Tropical Stuffed Pears

Tropical Stuffed Pears

Deborah Reno of Central City, Kentucky fills pear halves with a sweet and creamy concoction of pineapple, coconut and pecans. "This tempting dessert is special enough for guests but so easy to make. You can serve it after a quick lunch or dinner," she says.

Hopscotch Treats

Hopscotch Treats

Hopscotch Treats

"When the mood for something sweet strikes, I turn to these crunchy snacks packed with butterscotch flavor," reports Gayle Becker of Mt. Clemens, Michigan. "I usually have all the ingredients on hand, and they're so easy to make. Our toddler likes to help mix the dry ingredients and lick the bowl."

Fluffy Pineapple Pie

Fluffy Pineapple Pie

Fluffy Pineapple Pie

Refreshing pineapple bits add tropical flair to this fluffy dessert from Ozela Haynes of Emerson, Arkansas. "It is very light, and it isn't overly sweet," she comments. "Plus it's easy to make."

Green Tea Cheesecake Tarts

Green Tea Cheesecake Tarts

Green Tea Cheesecake Tarts

We all can use a yummy and easy recipe every once in a while, especially around the busy holiday seasons. Not to mention these cheesecake tarlets are no-bake and super delicious!—Amy Tong, Anaheim, California

Mint-Green Tea Yogurt Pops

Mint-Green Tea Yogurt Pops

Mint-Green Tea Yogurt Pops

Green tea may be good for you, but I’m not a fan. Served frozen style, it has a fresh, minty flavor that wins everyone over. —Barbara Lento, Houston, Pennsylvania

Strawberry Pot Stickers

Strawberry Pot Stickers

Strawberry Pot Stickers

My wife and daughter love this unusual dessert. Strawberries are my favorite fruit and marrying them with chocolate and cinnamon in this dim sum dish is a surprising treat for everyone.—Rick Browne, Ridgefield, Washington

Star Anise-Honey Cookies

Star Anise-Honey Cookies

Star Anise-Honey Cookies

When I was growing up, my mother made many desserts and pastries with anise. Today, I continue the tradition with these cookies, which are flavorful and great for decorating in a variety of ways.—Darlene Brenden, Salem, Oregon

Almond Ginger Cookies

Almond Ginger Cookies

Almond Ginger Cookies

Think outside the box this season and enjoy these traditional Chinese cookies paired with a memorable tale of young love. In his book Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, author Jamie Ford introduces us to a Chinese boy and Japanese girl unfolding the mysteries of love and life in the 1940s.—
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