Japanese Cheesecake aka. Cotton Cheesecake aka. チーズケーキ – Bake to the roots

Japanese Cheesecake aka. Cotton Cheesecake

Hello New York Cheesecake, I think you found your master - this Japanese Cheesecake aka. Cotton Cheesecake is the fluffiest, most delicious cheesecake ever!

Japanese cheese cake

Soft and Light as Air Japanese Cheesecake

Flourless cake: Six eggs, two cups of chocolate chips and six tablespoons of butter make a chocolate cake

This is the Japanese 3-ingredient cake the world is going nuts for

Flourless Chocolate Cake: 6 eggs, 2 cups of chocolate chips, 6 tablespoons of butter, combine, bake for 40 minutes

My mom used to make these light-as-air strawberry and whipped cream cakes when we lived in Japan. SO good.

Japanese Christmas Cake Sweetens Up the Season

The cake is two layers of sponge cake, filled with whipped cream icing and strawberries. The outside is covered with more whipped cream icing and garnished with more strawberries. So basically, it’s strawberry shortcake, minus the shortcake.

Easy Japanese Strawberry Shortcake (Light & Moist)

Easy Japanese Strawberry Shortcake (Light & Moist)

Japanese Cake, Japanese Desserts, Japanese Sweet, Japanese Recipes, Japanese Food, Japanese Cotton, Japanese Meals, Anime Cake, Celebration Cakes

The recipe in case you want to try it:- Ingredients: 125g cream cheese (1 block) 3 egg yolks 35g castor sugar 30g butter 50g full cream milk 1 Tsp lemon juice 30g cake flour (I have tried plain flo...

6″ Japanese Cotton Cheesecake, 3 cakes, different temperatures/timing, different results

The recipe in case you want to try it:- Ingredients: cream cheese block) 3 egg yolks castor sugar butter full cream milk 1 Tsp lemon juice cake flour (I have tried plain flour too and it still works) cornflour tsp salt 1 tsp Vanilla extract 3 egg…

What’s difference about these hot cakes? Well, they are similar to American pancakes, but are a bit fluffier and have a little more sweetness. The eggs are beaten in a hand or stand mixer until foamy to create an extraordinary fluffy texture. Hot cakes are a popular breakfast treat in Japan and often prepared using...

Japanese Hot Cake

What’s difference about these hot cakes? Well, they are similar to American pancakes, but are a bit fluffier and have a little more sweetness. The eggs are beaten in a hand or stand mixer until foamy to create an extraordinary fluffy texture.

Japanese strawberry shortcake recipe

This Japanese strawberry shortcake recipe shares with you the easiest method to make a soft, light and fluffy strawberry shortcake like in Japanese bakeries

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