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Butter Cookies: Inspired by WandaVision (gluten free)

Inspired by WandaVision, I’m making Butter Cookies. I loved the show so much and I found the scene that inspired these cookies to be so emotional and powerful. I wanted to try and capture those feelings and create something sweet. So here you go, beautiful butter cookies made with lots of love. The cookies are soft, sweet (but not too sweet), buttery, and have crispy edges. They are simple to make, impressive to guests, and their taste and flavour are really satisfying to enjoy!

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Peanut Butter & Jelly Cupcakes for Anya: Inspired by Spy x Family (gluten free)

Inspired by Spy x Family, I’m making Peanut Butter and Jelly Cupcakes for Anya. Anya is just the cutest and since she loves peanuts so much, I wanted to make something special just for her! The base of this dessert is a soft and moist peanut butter cupcake. It is filled with a super easy, fresh, and tart strawberry jelly and with a fluffy peanut butter swiss meringue buttercream that is so smooth and yummy! A delicious and fun take on a classic PB & J!

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Miso Caramel Apple Pie: Inspired by Attack on Titan (gluten free)

Inspired by the final season of Attack on Titan, here is my take on the pie that Annie stuffs her face with! I present to you; Miso Caramel Apple Pie! This season of AoT is amazing and this hilarious scene was a great break from the tension. This pie is super easy to make so you have no excuse not to try it. It’s way too easy to devour the whole pie by yourself, no judgment here!

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Fantastic Feasts: Harry Potter’s 11th Birthday Cake (gluten free)

To celebrate Harry Potter’s 20th Anniversary, I am creating some Fantastic Feasts by cooking my way through the whole Harry Potter series. We are starting my Fantastic Feasts series with Harry Potter’s 11th Birthday Cake, as seen in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. This is a simple one bowl, rich chocolate birthday cake with a mess of sweet buttercream frosting all over it that’s rustic decorating job gives it an authentic charm.

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Karasuno Roll Cake: Inspired by Haikyu!! (gluten free)

Inspired by Haikyu!! I’m making a Karasuno roll cake! This show is so amazing and I love it so much, I wanted to make a fun treat to capture the “Fly High” spirit of some of the best anime boys! I made a light and fluffy vanilla cake with a chocolate whipped cream filling, made black by using activated charcoal. Gotta get those Karasuno colors! The cake was really fun to design/decorate, it was easy to make, and was really tasty. I put Hinata Shoyo getting ready for a perfect spike on it, the Karasuno “Fly High”, and their iconic crows on this cake. Taking the extra time to pipe out the design was honestly not that hard, and made for a really unique and fun cake. Totally happy with how that came out!

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Gojo’s Kikufuku (Zunda & Cream stuffed Mochi): Inspired by Jujutsu Kaisen (gluten free)

Inspired by Jujutsu Kaisen, I’m making Gojo Sensei’s Kikufuku! These mochi are stuffed with a delicious whipped cream and Zunda, a sweetened edamame paste. The dough is soft and chewy, the zunda has a sweet and earthy flavour, and the whipped cream came out perfectly! I used a bit of the vanilla bean paste that I brought back from Japan and it was a real game changer (so if you can get your hands on some, it’s totally worth it!). This Kikufuku transported me back to walking around Nara, Japan, freshly pounded mochi in hand. So I’d call this a win!

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Matcha Mochi Cake With Raspberries (gluten free)

Matcha Mochi Cake with fresh Raspberries. This cake is chewy from the Mochiko (glutinous rice flour), earthy from the Matcha (Japanese green tea powder), tart from the fresh raspberries, and sweet from the white chocolate in the glaze. What’s there not to like?! This recipe is super easy to make, looks pretty, and whips up quickly!

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Butter Cookies: Inspired by WandaVision (gluten free)

Inspired by WandaVision, I’m making Butter Cookies. I loved the show so much and I found the scene that inspired these cookies to be so emotional and powerful. I wanted to try and capture those feelings and create something sweet. So here you go, beautiful butter cookies made with lots of love. The cookies are soft, sweet (but not too sweet), buttery, and have crispy edges. They are simple to make, impressive to guests, and their taste and flavour are really satisfying to enjoy!

Read More

Peanut Butter & Jelly Cupcakes for Anya: Inspired by Spy x Family (gluten free)

Inspired by Spy x Family, I’m making Peanut Butter and Jelly Cupcakes for Anya. Anya is just the cutest and since she loves peanuts so much, I wanted to make something special just for her! The base of this dessert is a soft and moist peanut butter cupcake. It is filled with a super easy, fresh, and tart strawberry jelly and with a fluffy peanut butter swiss meringue buttercream that is so smooth and yummy! A delicious and fun take on a classic PB & J!

Read More

Miso Caramel Apple Pie: Inspired by Attack on Titan (gluten free)

Inspired by the final season of Attack on Titan, here is my take on the pie that Annie stuffs her face with! I present to you; Miso Caramel Apple Pie! This season of AoT is amazing and this hilarious scene was a great break from the tension. This pie is super easy to make so you have no excuse not to try it. It’s way too easy to devour the whole pie by yourself, no judgment here!

Read More

Fantastic Feasts: Harry Potter’s 11th Birthday Cake (gluten free)

To celebrate Harry Potter’s 20th Anniversary, I am creating some Fantastic Feasts by cooking my way through the whole Harry Potter series. We are starting my Fantastic Feasts series with Harry Potter’s 11th Birthday Cake, as seen in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. This is a simple one bowl, rich chocolate birthday cake with a mess of sweet buttercream frosting all over it that’s rustic decorating job gives it an authentic charm.

Read More

Karasuno Roll Cake: Inspired by Haikyu!! (gluten free)

Inspired by Haikyu!! I’m making a Karasuno roll cake! This show is so amazing and I love it so much, I wanted to make a fun treat to capture the “Fly High” spirit of some of the best anime boys! I made a light and fluffy vanilla cake with a chocolate whipped cream filling, made black by using activated charcoal. Gotta get those Karasuno colors! The cake was really fun to design/decorate, it was easy to make, and was really tasty. I put Hinata Shoyo getting ready for a perfect spike on it, the Karasuno “Fly High”, and their iconic crows on this cake. Taking the extra time to pipe out the design was honestly not that hard, and made for a really unique and fun cake. Totally happy with how that came out!

Read More

Gojo’s Kikufuku (Zunda & Cream stuffed Mochi): Inspired by Jujutsu Kaisen (gluten free)

Inspired by Jujutsu Kaisen, I’m making Gojo Sensei’s Kikufuku! These mochi are stuffed with a delicious whipped cream and Zunda, a sweetened edamame paste. The dough is soft and chewy, the zunda has a sweet and earthy flavour, and the whipped cream came out perfectly! I used a bit of the vanilla bean paste that I brought back from Japan and it was a real game changer (so if you can get your hands on some, it’s totally worth it!). This Kikufuku transported me back to walking around Nara, Japan, freshly pounded mochi in hand. So I’d call this a win!

Read More

Matcha Mochi Cake With Raspberries (gluten free)

Matcha Mochi Cake with fresh Raspberries. This cake is chewy from the Mochiko (glutinous rice flour), earthy from the Matcha (Japanese green tea powder), tart from the fresh raspberries, and sweet from the white chocolate in the glaze. What’s there not to like?! This recipe is super easy to make, looks pretty, and whips up quickly!

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