NO-BAKE Chocolate Cake (Japanese Nama-Choco Cake)

I totally want to try this recipe out for Valentine’s Day! I will have to have a lot of helpers to eat it though – the ingredients are quite rich! 

Makes 16 Pieces

Ingredients:

  • 15 mini kit-kat bars (780 cal.)
  • 6 milk chocolate bars (Hershey – 1260 cal.)
  • 1/2 c. Heavy whipping cream (408 cal)
  • Cocoa powder (12 cal. per Tbsp)
  • Powder sugar (31 cal per Tbsp)
  • 2 Tbsp. Butter (102 cal.)
  • Slivered almonds (optional)

Recipe Total: 2491 calories (without almonds)

Piece Total: approx 156 calories

(OhEmGee! I’m looking up calories! XD)

Have you tried anything like this before?

Thanks for reading~!

-Anna San

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Mochi Icecream – Cooking With Dog

Ah, mochi icecream, how I love you so! I’ve mentioned it in my blog posts Mochi Icecream! and Japanese Snacks and a Daruma but here is an actual video on how to make it by the Youtube channel CookingWithDog. I haven’t tried making it myself – though I’m really tempted!

Does anyone know where to get sweet rice flour locally?

 

Before You Cook Japanese Cuisine

Four basic things you should verify before attempting Japanese recipes:

1. Have or obtain all the appropriate ingredients. Substitutions can be made but could alter the cooking time, the flavor and/or the or the appearance of your dish.

2. Make sure none of your products are expired. (Just because the item is hard to find doesn’t mean it doesn’t expire!)

3. Make sure you have the proper tools or ones that perform the same function.

4. Always ALWAYS read the recipe through before you start it.

Happy Cooking!