Sunday, December 28, 2014


The brand new 2015 is coming and the next celebration will be Chinese New Year. Well one of the main highlight of Chinese New Year would be the cookies and scrumptious foods of course. Pineapple tarts is one of the must have for family reunions during the Chinese New Year as this sweet and savoury bite-sized pastry represents "ong"(good luck) It is inconceivable to celebrate Chinese New Year without these tarts and the creation of buttery, fluffy and crusty pineapple tarts is impossible without good quality butter, like SCS butter. 

Since 1905, SCS butter has kept their formula simple and distinguishable, premium butter wrapped and stamped with a blue star logo. Indispensable to kitchens, SCS has remained Singapore's top-selling butter brand and whose reputation for quality extends regionally. there's no such thing as having too much butter, unless its bad butter, which SCS isn't. Renowned for it's premium quality, taste and texture, SCS butter is the definition of au naturel, free of artificial colourings, additives, preservatives and hormones. Produced in Australia, SCS butter is made from 100% Australian dairy cow's milk where the cattle are allowed to graze freely in green pastures.


Apart from the classic pineapple tarts, why not try adding more variety to your recipes this year? May I suggest you to try out this 8 newly developed pineapple tarts flavours by SCS? These new varietals include Pineapple Cream Cheese, Pecan Pineapple, Berrylicious Pineapple, Chocolate Brownie Pineapple, Caramel Pineapple, Creamy Mango and Pineapple White Chocolate, Oatmeal Pineapple and Green Tea Pineapple. Sharing the recipe for all this awesome new flavours.

First of all, prepare your pineapple jam.






Happy baking! And do share with me your masterpiece ya. 

Come January 2015, SCS will be launching an online-driven pineapple tart contest, so keep an eye on their Facebook page for updates.

For more information,

SCS's official website :
You Tube Channel at 

1 comment:

  1. The best one is pineapple! I tried this recipe couple years ago and I was shunned how good it was. I found it in some old blog about food (I never thought that, I could ever say something like “old blog”) from some Brazilian woman. That recipe was on the first place in rating of Essaytigers, so I tried. As I said before it was magnificent, I totally recommend it.