3 Easy Desserts To Make For Lunar New Year

The best part of Lunar New Year? The delicious food! Celebrate with Jasmine as she shows you how to make 3 sweet treats from her childhood. What do you eat on Lunar New Year? Let us know in the comments!

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24 replies on “3 Easy Desserts To Make For Lunar New Year”

  1. I really wanna make these for my kindergarten class when we celebrate lunar new year next week!!

  2. I enjoyed watching Jasmine make these yummy treats, but the thumbnail of the video looked like she was holding really big birth control lmao

  3. Very nice video, very well explained and it looks really tasty and delicious! Thank you for sharing! 🥰 🤗 ❤

  4. I happen to celebrate 3 new year's the normal 1 January one, nayer north African amazighe new year and the Islamic new year

  5. 😢🇵🇸 I am from Gaza, a widow, I live with my children. There is no support in our lives. I need someone to help me with my children's needs.
    My number is in the photo.

  6. Mumy very tasty dessert thank you for the recipe❤👍

  7. The first sweet looks like Tilgul laddoo (Indian sesame-seed sweets). In Marathi culture, they are made especially during the Winter season to celebrate Makar Sankranti which occurs a few days before the Lunar New Year.

  8. I ❤️❤️Luna new year so many cool things to learn about and yummy food to eat 🥰🥰.

  9. It is really mouthwatering and yummy three Sweets. Happy Lunar year with super popular Sweets. 💓🇵🇰💞💓

  10. I can only sit here and dream of biting into that delicious food, and think of the good texture and taste of it.

  11. Oh my god this video brings up so many memories. Thank you!

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