Happy kitchen Japanese candy ♡



I got this Japanese candy and I finally decided to make it and blog about it. If you guys enjoy it, I might keep making them and posting them here for you to see! This brand is Happy kitchen and its a candy that you basically make. In this box you make doughnuts!


Everything is in Japanese!



Here are all of the things it comes with. If you don't read Japanese you can look up youtube videos on how to make them! Theres tons of tutorials. Thats what i did. 



When you take everything out you get this plastic dish sort of thing and you have to cut it into three pieces! The right is the doughnut shaper and the left is to make the frosting and dough. The little thing to the far right is a water or milk scooper.




Heres what the chocolate dough looks like! Its kind of gross that you have to roll it around with your hands but if you wash your hands every things fine ^~^ plus you get to play with your food so thats fun!


I make my balls too small so if you're making this kit you should make them into 5 little balls not 6.





And the same thing goes for the vanilla dough! I used water for my dough but I read online that using milk makes it taste a little bit sweeter and better. Since this was my first time actually making one of these kits and taking the time to decorate it I just used water.



Heres what the doughnuts look like when you take them out of the shaper! I only decorated three because my mom wanted the other ones (heh) 



I started making the frosting (and got it on my bed) I added too much water to my chocolate frosting so i mixed in all the strawberry frosting with it and it tasted so good!


And heres what my little doughnuts looked like when I was finished! Not the best but I expected it to come out a whole lot worse... maybe I found my first useless talent?! Let me know if you guys want me to buy more of these kits and blog about them ^~^ it was so fun!

♥ Time: About 20 minutes
♥ Taste: 3.8/5
♥ Fun: 5/5





6 comments :

  1. please make more! I love these so much c; even tho they don't taste that good it's worth making

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  2. Make more please, this is such a cute idea♥
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  3. Please do buy and post more of these Japanese candy kits! :3 I want to try one of the kits, but I can't seem to find them anywhere :(
    Thanks for sharing lovely ^^
    xo, Kathleen

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  5. These are always fun to make! The sushi one didn't really taste good though in my opinion.

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