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Strawberry Milk with Strawberry Boba: Inspired by Gintama (gluten free)

Inspired by Gintama, I’m recreating Gin’s favourite treat, Strawberry milk! This is an absurd and hilarious anime. A fresh strawberry milk that has a homemade 3 ingredient syrupy puree to really give that bright burst of flavour. I even made some homemade strawberry boba to add in and make this drink extra fun. This recipe is easy, delicious, and you can enjoy it both cold and hot. You definitely need to make some!

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Lembas Bread (Rosemary, Almond, & Honey Scones): Inspired by The Lord of the Rings (gluten free)

The new Lord of the Rings: the Rings of Power TV series is finally here, and I thought it was a perfect opportunity to make some Lembas bread. I made rosemary, almond, and honey scones, and they are absolutely delicious. These scones are warm, earthy, have an amazing unique flavour, and I honestly feel that they belong in middle earth! Topped a generous drizzle of honey and wow! We just can’t get enough. If Lembas bread from Lothlorien is anything like this, you will not be stopping at just “one small bite” with these. They will be adored and devoured.

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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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Spicy Karaage (Japanese Fried Chicken): Inspired by My Hero Academia

Inspired by the new season of My Hero Academia, I’m making some extra crispy spicy Karaage in honour of our favourite explosive hero, Katsuki Bakugou! These bite-size pieces of Japanese fried chicken are so flavourful, and dangerously addictive. I promise you will be licking every last bit of sauce off your fingers. A perfect little treat!

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Strawberry Milk with Strawberry Boba: Inspired by Gintama (gluten free)

Inspired by Gintama, I’m recreating Gin’s favourite treat, Strawberry milk! This is an absurd and hilarious anime. A fresh strawberry milk that has a homemade 3 ingredient syrupy puree to really give that bright burst of flavour. I even made some homemade strawberry boba to add in and make this drink extra fun. This recipe is easy, delicious, and you can enjoy it both cold and hot. You definitely need to make some!

Read More

Lembas Bread (Rosemary, Almond, & Honey Scones): Inspired by The Lord of the Rings (gluten free)

The new Lord of the Rings: the Rings of Power TV series is finally here, and I thought it was a perfect opportunity to make some Lembas bread. I made rosemary, almond, and honey scones, and they are absolutely delicious. These scones are warm, earthy, have an amazing unique flavour, and I honestly feel that they belong in middle earth! Topped a generous drizzle of honey and wow! We just can’t get enough. If Lembas bread from Lothlorien is anything like this, you will not be stopping at just “one small bite” with these. They will be adored and devoured.

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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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Spicy Karaage (Japanese Fried Chicken): Inspired by My Hero Academia

Inspired by the new season of My Hero Academia, I’m making some extra crispy spicy Karaage in honour of our favourite explosive hero, Katsuki Bakugou! These bite-size pieces of Japanese fried chicken are so flavourful, and dangerously addictive. I promise you will be licking every last bit of sauce off your fingers. A perfect little treat!

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