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This Jiggly Fluffy Japanese Cheesecake Is What Dreams Are Made Of

Jiggly Fluffy Japanese Cheesecake Add c sugar and 1 tsp vanilla to yolk batter. Add tsp cream of tartar to egg whites.

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

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

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Green Tea and White Chocolate Mousse Cake

A fluffly mousse cake that pairs slightly bitter green tea with white chocolate. The green tea and white mousse present a beautiful contrast in colors, too.

Honey Kasutera (Honey Castella) - fine textured Japanese sponge cake raised solely by egg foam. Only 4 ingredients - eggs, sugar, bread flour, and honey. | RotiNRice.com

Honey Kasutera (Honey Castella)

Honey Kasutera (Honey Castella) - fine textured Japanese sponge cake raised solely by egg foam. Only 4 ingredients - eggs, sugar, bread flour, and honey.

How To Make Japanese Fruit Roll Cake ♨️ http://recipe-world.net/how-to-make-japanese-fruit-roll-cake/?i=p

Cakes are served in many sizes, flavors, and textures. This Japanese version of a fruit cake roll is light, spongy, and creamy.

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

Easy Japanese Strawberry Shortcake (Light & Moist)

Easy Japanese Strawberry Shortcake (Light & Moist)

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Mizu Shingen Mochi

3 ingredient Japanese dessert served with Kinako (roasted soybean powder) and Kurimitsu (dark sugar syrup). It's literally water that you can eat!

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