IKEA’s new Raya Bazaar has Ondeh Ondeh Cake and BBQ Dried Meat

I’ll be honest: I don’t visit IKEA to go furniture shopping. When I enter this Swedish store, my sights are always set on their glorious selection of food. Hence, I was excited to learn of IKEA’s new Raya Bazaar, featuring a delectable spread of items to celebrate Hari Raya 2022.

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Firstly, dig into IKEA’s BBQ Beef Dried Meat (S$24.90) and BBQ Spicy Chicken Dried Meat (S$24.90), available in 450g packs each. These BBQ dried meats look nicely charred with a stunning glistening surface.

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Dessert-lovers like myself can look forward to the Ondeh Ondeh Cake (normal price S$21.90, IKEA Family price S$18.90), Hazelnut Chocolate Cake (normal price S$20.90, IKEA Family price S$17.90) and Original Layer Cake (S$8). The Ondeh Ondeh Cake and Hazelnut Chocolate Cake are 500g each, while the Original Layer Cake is smaller at 250g.

Personally, I have my sights set on the Ondeh Ondeh Cake, which looks like a perfect visual replication of a traditional ondeh ondeh ball. With its light green hue and generous desiccated coconut coating, this adorable cake looks like the perfect dessert to end a meal.

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Feeling a little peckish? IKEA has you covered with its range of small baked goods. Treat yourself to their Cranberries Pineapple Balls (S$8.50), Cheese Bangkit (S$7.90), Cranberries Oatmeal Cookies (S$7.90) and Pecan Nut Chocolate Chip Cookies (S$7.90), which all look delightfully appetising.

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IKEA’s Raya Bazaar items will be available in the Swedish Food Market in stores from 3 April to 2 May 2022. Alternatively, these treats will be available for delivery on Grab, so that you can receive them from the comfort of your own home.

There’s truly no better way to celebrate Hari Raya than by enjoying good food in the company of loved ones, so grab them before they’re gone!

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