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by Thao Le

You must be familiar with or have eaten a variety of special vegetarian cakes, such as green tea cake, red bean cake, and vegetarian moon cake. You've arrived at the proper place if you're also looking for a cake for yourself and your family. Try this and Food Blogger Duong Yen Nhi (Accnhi)’s recipe for a creative, delicious, and nutrient-dense Vegan Dice Cake!

A novel brand-new name makes us all feel peculiar since their crust is inspired by the famous tiny dice used in board games. This Vegan Dice Cake not only has an attractive crust, but it is also a nutritious vegetarian cake with a filling of flavorful crunchy grains and seeds. Additionally, this Vegan Dice Cake works well as a substitute for traditional mooncakes during the Mid-Autumn Festival!

It's time to represent your cooking skills with this interesting and nutritious Vegan Dice Cake! They're perfect for serving alongside a warming cup of tea on those crisp early fall days!

Total Time
50 mins

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Ingredients for 2 Servings

  • 250
    ml of Coconut Milk
  • 120
    grams of Plain Flour
  • 100
    grams of Palm Sugar
  • 3
    teaspoons of Coconut Oil
  • 100
    grams of skinless Mung Beans
  • 60
    grams of Grains and Nuts


  • Preparation Time
    30 mins
  • Cooking Time
    20 mins
  • Total Time
    50 mins

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  2. Make the Dough Wrapper: Preheat a skillet and add 100 grams of palm sugar, 150 ml of coconut milk, and 3 teaspoons of coconut oil. Cook until the mixture is dissolved.
  3. Then, in a large mixing basin, combine them with 120 grams of plain flour and sift thoroughly, then knead with your hands until the dough is soft.
  4. Make the Filling: Soak 100 grams of skinless mung beans for approximately 1 hour before steaming for 30 minutes.
  5. Following that, add the steamed mung beans to the saucepan along with 100ml of coconut milk, 3 tablespoons of sugar, and a sprinkle of salt to taste.
  6. Fry mung bean paste till soft, then add 60 grams of cereal, combine thoroughly, and shape into little balls.
  7. Form the Dice Cake: Take a bit of dough and roll it into a ball slightly larger than the filling. Spread it thinly and place the mung bean filling in the middle.
  8. Grab hold of the cake's edge and continue molding until the edge is smooth, pressing up and down with two fingers to form a cube.
  9. How to Decorate: Dip a cotton swab in red food coloring and gently press it onto the cake's surface to create dots for the dice.
  10. Alternatively, if you do not want to use food coloring, you may substitute black sesame seeds by brushing a little coconut oil on top of the cake to help the sesame seeds stick.
  12. Bake the Dice Cakes: Preheat the air fryer, then place all of the dice cakes into it. Bake for 20 minutes at 120 degrees, then remove and serve with a nice cup of tea.


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Indeed, Vegan Dice Cake is a scrumptious, easy-to-make dessert with an endearing and distinctive appearance. and Food Blogger Duong Yen Nhi (Accnhi) hope that this useful Vegan Dice Cake recipe yields a particularly nutritious vegetarian cake that the entire family will enjoy. Best wishes!

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