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  • 主辦當局安排了七彩繽紛的果凍蛋糕送給Jolin(右二),並預祝兩場大馬簽唱會順利舉行。






Jackie Chan

Jackie Chan celebrated his birthday at the press conference earlier. Happy 55th Birhday, you!

Thestar Sunday April 13, 2008


Good to look at and devour


STAYING healthy and fit is all the rage now, but how can you possibly resist the temptation to sink your teeth into one of those sinfully delicious desserts that you so deserve?

Perhaps controlling your eating habits could be the answer by having one dessert every few days and then hit the gym right after before they go straight to your thighs.

Artistic touch: Stephanie Yong has been in the business since 2006 and she has done more than 1,000 designs of jelly cakes.

Or perhaps it is restricting yourself to having only one dessert on special occasions and pray that you won’t physically resemble that big, fat, calorie-laden moist devil’s chocolate cake that you had devoured.

All these sound pathetic, no?

If you had answered with a resounding yes, fret not as there is an answer for those who love their desserts as much as they love their waistlines.

Snuggled somewhere in Bandar Puchong Jaya, in Puchong, Selangor, is a bakery shop that has been getting a lot of raves not only from adults but from children as well.

You can see the little kids standing close to the glass door of the shop, squinting their eyes, trying to get the best view of the desserts. The ‘action’ doesn’t stop there as they would wheedle their parents into entering the shop and buying the desserts.

Happy Zoo Animals Jelly Cake

“It’s so cute to see how they would cajole their parents into giving in to their demands and just looking at them makes me feel like I’ve done something right,” says 33-year-old Stephanie Yong, owner of Q Jelly Bakery Shop.

The bakery has been in business since 2006 and it specialises in something that may never have crossed your mind – jelly cakes.

These adorable jelly cakes come in different designs, from Barbie dolls with big gowns and fruitcakes to animals at the zoo and Marvel superheroes.

“The difference between my jellies and those of others is that not only are they low in cholesterol, they also contain nearly 87% water and are rich in vitamins as well as other important nutrients.

“The food colour dyes are approved by The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the United States.

Choo Choo Train Jelly Cake

“On top of that, most of them do not contain eggs or dairy products and they are certified as halal,” she explains.

More than 1,000 designs of jellies are available for you to choose from and they even do custom-made ones, according to your heart’s desires.

There are quite a number of flavours, too, like Pandan, strawberry, chocolate, mocha, blueberry, fresh mangoes, honeydew, watermelon, dragon fruit and orange.

According to Stephanie, the hot favourites so far are the pandan-flavoured Barbie dolls and the chocolate-flavoured aquatic designs.

“We also welcome those who bring their own pictures for us to design and they get to choose the flavours they prefer,” she adds.

The whole idea of making jellies came from her mother who was an avid cook and would spend most of her time educating Stephanie on baking and cooking at home.

“She even got me to take up baking and cooking courses just so I won’t forget whatever she had taught me earlier,” Stephanie says.

“I would say that I started making my first jellies was when I was only 11 years old, and that wasn’t the coolest age to be doing that.”

Like many little girls who were exposed by their parents to do a certain task, Stephanie in the end grew fond of making these sweet gelatine desserts so much so that she decided to make some for her friends and family just to see their reaction.

“They absolutely adored them! Some suggested that I do it as a business so here I am, doing this for two years already,” she exclaims.

What most people don’t know is that jellies come in different grades, thus some would be more expensive than others.

“Most of my products are from Japan and, to me, they are the best jellies one could find because of the smooth texture and they do not contain food additives and are animal-product free,” she explains.

“Of course they are pricier, but I assure you that my jelly cakes won’t disappoint you.”

It is advisable that you finish the cake on the day you buy it but should you need to keep it, the longest period is between four and five days, and at a temperature of below 10°C.

Stephanie has two outlets: one in Ikano Power Centre (Lower Ground, next to the bowling alley), and the other in Bandar Puchong Jaya.

If you would like to visit the one in Bandar Puchong Jaya, the address is No.15, Jalan Kenari 18B, Bandar Puchong Jaya, Puchong.

Call her at 03-8076 1159 if you have questions and log on to to see the list of designs.


Nst Jan 29, 2008

Wobbling about the right decision for a celebration? Take a cue from SHERRINE JAY who found colourful inspiration at Jellyland.



WANT to infuse a dollop of fun in a party? Looking for ways to enliven the table for special occasions? There’s something for all ages at Jellyland.

It’s called the Q Jelly Bakery Shop, a house of speciality jelly cakes. The owner, Stephanie Yong, 33, said: “Though we do have sponge and butter cakes, our speciality lies with jelly cakes; almost 90 per cent of our cakes are jelly-based.”

Stephanie said Q Jelly’s cakes are highly sought-after for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Christmas, birthdays, full moon, and wedding celebrations.

The vibrant and diverse colours used to design the cakes have apparently captivated customers with kids as they keep coming back for more.

“Since most of our cakes’ designs come in various colours and the majority takes the form of cartoon characters, they are a favourite in kids’ parties. But, I must say, there are those ’young at heart’ who also love our cakes,” she said.

Q Jelly’s cakes have also apparently found a place in the hearts of vegetarians.

“Jelly-based cakes usually do not contain eggs and dairy products, except those that are chocolate-flavoured. Some of my elderly customers are lactose-intolerant and some of them have lost their teeth due to old age. They have no problems eating my cakes,” said Stephanie.

“Our customers need not fret about the colouring used in our cakes as they are all liquid-based colouring from the US, approved by the FDA, and made specifically for cake decorations. Besides, the jelly used in the cakes is made of seaweed which makes them a healthy choice,” Stephanie added.

Cakes are designed by Stephanie herself. “I usually do a sketch and then my chef and I will try working on it using jelly.” Inspiration comes from outings to shopping malls.

“Besides that, having a seven-year-old boy is inspiration enough! My son will plead and hanker for a race car like those you see in F1 races and I will try to fulfil his whims and fancies by making him a jelly cake shaped like a race car.”

One jelly cake that will pique the interst of customers is a cake that features a Barbie doll in a split position — Flexi Barbie!

“We get customers from from every corner of the Klang Valley,” Stephanie said. “On weekdays, 80 per cent of our sales are order-based while weekends bring more walk-in customers.”

How long would each cake last? “Since I do not use any preservatives, they can only last for three days at most. However it depends very much on the kind of fridge a customer has. The fridge should not be filled with other foodstuff like vegetables and meat, as this could affect the taste and longevity of the jelly cakes. A temperature of 4­6 degrees Celsius is perfect for storing the cake,” said Stephanie.

“However, I had a customer who took her cake and travelled back to Johor Baru by bus holding the cake in her hands. Though it was a five-hour journey, she reported that the cake was fine and most importantly tasted good!”

Each cake takes 3­4 hours to make, depending on the size, weight, design and flavour of the cakes. When done, they are stored in a fridge for six hours for the jelly to set.

With a first purchase of RM50 or above, customers become eligible for a Q Card and stamp redemption scheme, and discounts on future purchases. Palm size jelly cakes are RM5 for Q Card members and RM6.50 for non-members.

Stephanie said Malaysians are fast catching up with the people of Taiwan and Japan in eating and appreciating jelly cakes.

The jelly cakes range in price from RM3.80 (for the small-sized cakes) to RM300 for tiered cakes usually for birthdays and weddings.

Q Jelly Bakery Shop is open 10am to 10pm and is located at Ikano Power Centre, Mutiara Damansara, Petaling Jaya.





這是“Q Jelly Bakery”創業夢想,而董事經理兼創辦人楊寶麗解釋,從招牌“Q”就可直接詮釋該店生產果凍的模樣─口感很Q┼Cute(可愛)。尤其是後者,只要曾經走進該店舖,相信沒人能忘記玻璃鏡櫥櫃裡令人眼花撩亂如萬花筒的果凍造型。






由於市場反應不錯,1年後第二家分店則選定在Ikano Power Centre購物商場成立,投資額則只有30萬令吉,因為這家分店只負責銷售,每天依賴總店運送兩次果凍成品。目前兩家店人手約20人,不過在果凍蛋糕製造過程冗長與功夫細膩下,每年只能生產約100個果凍蛋糕,不過每個月營業額超過5位數,目前已經回本。













 ■     有金豬來說恭喜發財,今年肯定“豬贿M水”過肥年了。 

■     款式別緻的遮厘蛋糕,最理想的重量是5kg或以上才有理想的效果。這只金豬帶著金銀財寶來賀歲,讓人感染到一片喜氣洋洋。 

■     華人最講好意頭,福字倒轉即“福到”之意。 mGQgy[gX  

■     黃梨汁來調味的這只小肥豬色澤金黃,還帶著黃金賀歲,讓人看見也意興勃勃,眉開眼笑 
■     黃梨有“旺來”之諧音,吃過黃梨遮厘蛋糕,今年一定比去年好。  
現在年代不同了,口味選擇多且造型多樣化,能讓小朋友雀躍也只有色彩繽紛及立體造型的遮厘蛋糕。趁著新年來臨,Q Jelly Bakery Shop特別做可愛豬寶寶的遮厘蛋糕來應年。 

不管你想要甚麼款式的遮厘蛋糕,這難不倒Q Jelly Bakery Shop的老闆娘Stephanie。她曾應顧客要求做了一個有馬賽地標誌的立體豪車遮厘蛋糕,也曾為小朋友做了多款立體的卡通造型遮厘蛋糕,以及3層高的結婚遮厘蛋糕。 

她說,遮厘蛋糕存放在冰箱的時間,只能維持3至4天,若冰箱的雜物多,就只維持2天,因為其他食品的味道會影響遮厘蛋糕的口感。 Q Jelly
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