|Place of origin||Myanmar (Burma)|
|Region or state||Southeast Asia|
|Main ingredients||rice flour, raisins, cashews, coconut shavings|
|Similar dishes||Mont kalame, Pathein halawa|
Htoe mont (Burmese: ထိုးမုန့်; pronounced [tʰómo̰ʊɴ]) is a traditional Burmese dessert or mont. The dessert is a glutinous rice cake cooked with raisins, cashews and coconut shavings, and is consistently prodded during the cooking process, lending it a texture similar to Turkish delight. Htoe mont is prepared in a similar manner as other Burmese desserts including mont kalame (မုန့်ကုလားမဲ) and Pathein halawa. Htoe mont is considered a delicacy of Mandalay, and is a popular souvenir from the city.