The fluffiest matcha swiss cake roll paired with a semi-sweet azuki bean cream. Heavenly Japanese style green tea dessert just like the ones at the shops.
An easy matcha cream cheese pound cake using minimal ingredients and simple baking steps. This tender green tea cake can be kept at room temperature and transports easily for tea time, parties and edible gifts.
A healthier smash cake for baby’s first birthday. The pretty pink color comes from dehydrated strawberry powder while the cake base consists of bananas, Einkorn whole wheat, oats and contains no added sugar. Happy Birthday little one!
A darling half cake to celebrate a 6-month birthday or any occasion really! Composed of a Japanese chiffon cake base filled with layers of fresh strawberries and a not-too-sweet whipped cream that is stabilized with gelatin. So pretty and delicious!
A fluffy and moist Japanese cake roll filled with fresh strawberries and a not-too-sweet whipped cream that is stabilized with gelatin. The most heavenly dessert.
A stunning rainbow colored mille crepe cake comprised of 30 ultra-thin melt-in-your-mouth crepes. Two options for fillings are provided: Classic Vanilla or Almond Coconut Cream. Tips and tricks included for successfully making the paper-thin crepes.
To be good mille crepe cakes need to be made with crepes that are ultra-thin. Here are some tips on how to make a great crepe cake. How to cook the crepe and assemble the cake will be covered.
A Modern Bûche de Noël with Japanese Chiffon Cake Roll Two months ago when I developed the recipe for Chocolate Japanese Cake Roll, I knew right away that I just had to use this recipe again to make a Yule Log Cake for the Christmas season. After publishing the initial recipe, I was pleasantly […]
Why Are Mille Crepe Cakes So Expensive? The first time I ever had a matcha mille crepe cake, I remember being surprised that each slice of cake cost between $9.50-$13.50 CND at the specialty dessert shops that sold it (which in Vancouver, isn’t many). By the looks alone, I knew it involved extra care […]
A “Not-Too-Sweet” Japanese Style Dessert One of my husband’s favorite desserts is a chocolate swiss roll that we used to buy at a Japanese bakery on Robson street in downtown Vancouver. Every time we’d go there, there would be a few other desserts that would pique his interest by their attractive appearance but after trying […]