|Place of origin||Myanmar (Burma)|
|Region or state||Southeast Asia|
|Main ingredients||Rice flour, coconut meat, jaggery, sugar, banana leaf|
|Similar dishes||Kue kochi, Bánh phu thê, Zongzi|
Mont phet htok (Burmese: မုန့်ဖက်ထုပ်; pronounced [mo̰ʊɴ pʰɛʔ tʰoʊʔ]), also known as htapana htok (Burmese: ဌာပနာထုပ်) in Upper Myanmar), is a traditional Burmese snack or mont.
The dish is a pyramidal rice dumpling filled with coconut meat, which is cooked in sugar or jaggery, and then steamed in banana leaves.
Similar desserts in the region include Vietnamese bánh phu thê and Chinese zongzi.