15 Yummy Halal Snacks To Stock Up On For Hari Raya (2024)

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It’s time to stock up on those tasty halal-certified snacks in Singapore with Hari Raya festivities coming around! Hari Raya is the best time to indulge in some yummy treats as you catch up with friends and family. Whether you’re looking for cakes, tarts and other treats, we’re sure that these yummy snacks will have you screaming ‘sedap!’ in no time!

Overview of halal snacks in Singapore for Hari Raya (2024)

Type  Brand Price
Cakes Hipster Bake Small Ondeh Ondeh Cheesecake In A Jar $8.50
Sunnyhills Pineapple Cake Tart $29
Montreux Patisserie Fudgey Chocolate Cake $46
Cat & The Fiddle Milo Dinosaur Cheesecake $48.90
eCreativeCake Salted Caramel Cake $32.90 – $49.00
Kuehs Bika Ambon $59
Chips IRVINS Salted Egg Fish Skin $59.30
Ooh MALA Potato Chips $7.37
Aroma Black Summer Truffle Chips $10.09
Uncle Saba’s Poppadoms $2.52
Tao Kae Noi Truffle Black Pepper Tempura Seaweed $2.32
Others Uncle Lim’s Choice Curry Potato Samosa $4.50
Halal Beef Dendeng $19.50
myEureka Gourmet Caramel Popcorn $4.64
Amazin’ Graze Coconut Curry Lime Nut Mix $5.95

Best halal snacks in Singapore for Hari Raya (2024): Cakes

1. Hipster Bakes Small Ondeh Ondeh Cheesecake In A Jar

hipster bake small ondeh ondeh cheesecake in a jar halal snack singapore
(Credit: Hipsterbakes Official Store)

Looking for a halal snack in Singapore that will please even your grandparents? The Hipster Bake Small Ondeh Ondeh Cheesecake In A Jar (available on Hipsterbakes Official Store) will delight both the young and old! Taking a twist on our favourite traditional palm sugar-filled rice cake balls, this cheesecake is filled with the rich coconut and creamy pandan cream cheese batter. Trust us, stock up on this halal-certified snack in Singapore because everyone will be wanting a second serving! Psst, wash the jar and repurpose it for a zero waste Raya.

2. Sunnyhills Pineapple Cake Tart

Sunnyhills Pineapple Cake Tart
(Credit: SunnyHills Official Store)

Let’s face it, Raya isn’t Raya without pineapple tarts. Treat your loved ones to the best Taiwanese pineapple tart from SunnyHills! The halal-certified SunnyHills Pineapple Cake Tarts (available on SunnyHills Official Store) are freshly imported from Taiwan every week. The tangy freshness of the tarts comes from its sun-ripened pineapple paste which contains absolutely no additives. And let’s not forget about the melt-in-your-mouth butter shells. You absolutely can’t miss this premium halal snack in Singapore!

3. Montreux Patisserie Fudgey Chocolate Cake

montreux patisserie fudgey chocolate cake halal snack singapore hari raya
(Credit: Montreux Patisserie Official Store)

The Montreux Patisserie Fudgey Chocolate Cake (available on Montreux Patisserie Official Store) is exactly what dreams are made of. Sink your teeth into this moist chocolate cake topped with cranberries, oreo biscuits and white chocolates. Health nuts will be pleased to know that this Hari Raya snack isn’t cloyingly sweet. So even those who don’t have a sweet tooth will enjoy this yummy treat!

4. Cat & The Fiddle Milo Dinosaur Cheesecake

cat the fiddle milo dinosaur cheesecake halal snack singapore
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Milo is one of Singaporeans’ favourite beverages, which is why it is no surprise that the Cat & The Fiddle Milo Dinosaur Cheesecake (available on Cat & the Fiddle Cakes) became such a hit here! Inspired by the local drink Milo Dinosaur, this cheesecake boasts a ton of chocolatey malt goodness. But to truly enjoy the gastronomical experience this Raya, we suggest topping the cake off with the complimentary sachet of Milo powder (yum)!

5. eCreativeCake Salted Caramel Cake

ecreativecake salted caramel cake halal
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No Hari Raya feast is complete without a glorious cake! We had to include this eCreativeCake Salted Caramel Cake (available on eCreativeCake) which comes topped with Maltesers, caramel popcorn and salted caramel sauce. This cake also tastes just as good as it looks! It leans more on the salty side with just a thin layer of caramel between the frosting and the cake. Plus, it’s not covered in overwhelming amounts of cream — so there’s no need to worry about feeling jelak!

Best halal snacks in Singapore for Hari Raya (2024): Kuehs

6. Bika Ambon

bika ambon halal snacks singapore
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Hari Raya will only be complete when there’s some Bika Ambon (available on Indo Mart Wholesale) to indulge in! This honeycomb kueh is made with tapioca flour and coconut milk, resulting in a chewy and light cake that has a subtle sweetness. The Bika Ambon is also a great dessert to have after your feast since it’s such a light and airy cake.

Best halal snacks in Singapore for Hari Raya (2024): Chips

7. IRVINS Salted Egg Fish Skin

irvins salted egg fish skin halal snack singapore
(Credit: IRVINS Official Store)

We will never get over the salted egg craze — especially not when it has something to do with crispy fish skin! The IRVINS Salted Egg Fish Skin (available on IRVINS Official Store) is as addictive as halal snacks in Singapore can get. This local savoury treat is made using dory fish skin, real salted egg and a bunch of spices and ingredients. And this combination creates a flavourful, aromatic ensemble you can’t get enough of. So you should probably keep a few packets hidden away. Otherwise, your guests may just demolish them all!

8. Ooh MALA Potato Chips

mala chips halal snacks singapore
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We’ll never get sick of mala and these Ooh MALA Potato Chips (available on Shopee Supermarket) are another great halal-certified snack in Singapore you must have! Made with dried chilli, ginger, fennel and peppercorns, your family and friends will be in for a numbingly spicy treat with these thinly sliced mala chips

9. Aroma Black Summer Truffle Chips

aroma truffle chips
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You can’t forget to stock up on truffle chips as a snack this Hari Raya 2024! These Aroma Black Summer Truffle Chips (available on Shopee Supermarket) are some of the most atas snacks to treat your loved ones.  It has a unique recipe boasting deep earthy flavours that’s intense. Created during a fine food masterclass, these chips feature top-quality truffles. Plus, these are crinkle-cut chips.  This ensures every chip is covered with the maximum amount of truffle bits. If that isn’t the epitome of yum, we don’t know what is!

10. Uncle Saba’s Poppadoms

uncle sabas poppadoms
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Love eating poppadoms but worried about the calories? Snack healthily with Uncle Saba’s Poppadoms (available on Shopee Supermarket)! Made with the usual lentils, these poppadom chips are infused with tomato flavour for that zingy tang! It may be addictive but you don’t have to fret since Uncle Saba’s Poppadoms are made with less carbohydrates and fats!

11. Tao Kae Noi Truffle Black Pepper Tempura Seaweed

tao kae noi tempura black pepper truffle
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Get an extra crunch on your seaweed with the Tao Kae Noi Truffle Black Pepper Tempura Seaweed (available on Shopee Supermarket). The black pepper enhances the robust truffle flavour while adding a subtle spice. The tempura coating elevates the flavours of this halal snack in Singapore, making it perfect to spoil your friends and family with this Hari Raya!

Best halal snacks in Singapore for Hari Raya (2024): Others

12. Uncle Lim’s Choice Curry Potato Samosa

uncle lim choice curry potato samosa hari raya snack
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Do you know what else makes for great finger food at your Raya gathering? Uncle Lim’s Choice Curry Potato Samosas (available on Enjoy DoDo Official Store)! These little golden triangles are easy to prepare in the air fryer and impossible to go wrong with. However, be sure to prepare more of these crunchy halal snacks in Singapore because your guests will find it hard to stop snacking once they start! 

13. Halal Beef Dendeng

Halal Beef Dendeng
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The best bak kwa in Singapore might be eaten most during Chinese New Year but did you know that there are halal bak kwas for Hari Raya too? Yes, we’re talking about the Halal Beef Dendeng (available on CS Foods) which is oh-so-dangerously delicious. Originating from Indonesia, dendeng is essentially power-packed spices blended with grilled beef. We love how this Halal snack in Singapore is savoury with a hint of spicy sweetness, giving it a traditional yet refined taste.

14. myEureka Gourmet Caramel Popcorn

myeureka caramel gourmet popcorn
(Credit: Shopee Supermarket)

Movie night won’t be complete without some myEureka Gourmet Caramel Popcorn (available on Shopee Supermarket). This myEureka Gourmet Popcorn is evenly coated with a tasty caramel drizzle, so you’ll get a nice sweet treat with each bite. Infused with some vanilla, the myEureka Gourmet Caramel Popcorn is the best halal snack in Singapore that you must have because of its rich aroma and flavour.

15. Amazin’ Graze Coconut Curry Lime Nut Mix

amazin graze coconut curry lime nut mix
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Recharge for your Hari Raya festivities with a healthy snack like the Amazin’ Graze Coconut Curry Lime Nut Mix (available on Shopee Supermarket). The curried pecans and cashews are packed with healthy antioxidants that will keep you energised all day as you visit your relatives and friends. This best halal snack in Singapore has been roasted with coconut and lime so you’ll get that authentic curry flavour. Trust us, you’ll be reaching for more of these Amazin’ Graze Coconut Curry Lime Nut Mix!

Celebrate Hari Raya with the best Halal snacks in Singapore

Aside from this list of best halal snacks in Singapore, up the festive feast by trying out some of the best rendang spots in Singapore for a spicy fix! Alternatively, impress your loved ones by following some of the best rendang recipes. Meanwhile, get ready your #OOTD with these modern baju kurung or these baju kurung family sets! And if you’ve not already prepared something to bring along for house visits, our ultimate Hari Raya gift guide will definitely come in handy.

This article was updated on 29 February 2024. Additional research done by Ong Tze Kym.