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Kokolato

Vegan ice cream in Ubud! Not just sorbet either, its creamy gelato goodness, made from coconut milk & other natural ingredients. Kokolato is entirely vegan and gluten free, including their WAFFLE CONES!!

IDR 30-60K

Their outlet is South Off Jl. Raya, parallel on Jl. Dewisita. Also available at a few other retailers.

Daily 10:00 ~ 21:00

Wayan’s Coconut Juice Bar

Wayan’s Coconut Juice Bar is an awesome organic fruit & veggie juice stall. Blended with coconut water and poured into glass bottles with screw lids, great to grab and take away, or they even do deliveries!

Most of the Juices are about IDR 30-70K
Daily 06:00 ~ 20:00

Ondeh Ondeh

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Another rice/coconut/pandan vegan treat in Singapore is Ondeh Ondeh. Here, the rice flour and pandan leaves are made into a dough (sometimes with pumpkin), then made into balls filled with either palm sugar, red bean, sesame etc, boiled, and rolled in desiccated coconut. About S$2 for 5 pieces. The chocolate version may not be vegan, so I would try to ask the seller if they know before purchasing.

Tutu Kueh

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Like coconut, peanut, sugar and rice? Try some Tutu Kueh! This traditional, vegan, Singaporean treat, is like a steamed rice cookie cake. Basically, they take glutinous rice flour, stuff it with either dessicated coconut or crushed peanuts, press it into a flower-cookie-like shape, and steam it for a couple of minutes. It is then served fresh and hot, on top of a square of pandan leaf. So it’s also gluten-free!

You can find Tutu Kueh in various spots around Singapore, particularly during festivals and at markets. Usually about $2.20 for 5 and made to order so its super fresh!