What We Are Eating Today: Ms. Moh desserts

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Updated 24 April 2020

What We Are Eating Today: Ms. Moh desserts

To start your Ramadan with a mouthwatering dessert after a long day fasting, try Ms. Moh’s mango trifle — along with many other choices of desserts.

Ms. Moh, a contemporary home bakery based in Jeddah, offers a range of desserts from the new and the old of international cuisine with its own twist.

It is named after the Saudi self-taught chef, Ruba Mohtaseb, who followed her passion for making desserts and started her own home business. Mohtaseb also took courses in baking and cake decorating in London and Los Angeles.

The bakery provides a rustic yet contemporary range of cakes and desserts of 35 items such as naked cake, banoffee pie, tres leches cake, cheesecake and a range of tea-time selections and Arabian desserts including basbousa and ghraibeh.

What makes Ms. Moh stand out from other bakeries is its sophisticated handcrafted cakes, its creative desserts and its beautifully decorated cakes with their elegant finish.

Ms. Moh has a children’s cookie kit with 10 pieces of different-shaped baked cookies and multicolored icing in a piping bag and sparkles to create handmade goodies while staying at home during quarantine. It is ideal to encourage family members to interact and join in a fun activity with their children at home.

You can find more about Ms. Moh on Instagram @msmoh_bakery, and order products from the food app @lugmety.


What We Are Eating Today: Shaze

Updated 09 October 2020

What We Are Eating Today: Shaze

Looking for guilt-free, diet-friendly and vegan desserts? Then look no further than Shaze, the Makkah-based bakery specializing in healthy, Middle Eastern sweets.

Shaze offers organic, vegan, and sugar-free sweets, including baked goods like their date cakes and cookies, as well as their Dokhon and chocolate cakes.

If you are planning on celebrating a birthday or simply thinking of a gifting a healthy treat to a friend on a diet, then check out Shaze’s decorated cakes.

What makes their healthy cakes remarkable —  aside, of course, from their moist and fluffy texture — are the creative decorations on top, made with fruits and nuts.

Shaze is proud to feature authentic Middle Eastern flavors in their products, including dates, cardamom, cinnamon, black sesame seeds, and the famous pink Madinah flower.

The bakery also aims to promote a healthy, sugar-free lifestyle by offering followers on Instagram step-by-step nutritious recipes to make at home. It also offers workshops for artistic cake decoration using only healthy ingredients such as shredded almonds, sunflower seeds, pistachio, pecan, and edible flowers.

Shaze offers three sizes of cakes, in addition to cupcakes, with prices starts from SR55 ($15) to SR200.

For more information, check out their Instagram account @shaddo95.