[RECIPE] Authentic Italian Tiramisu (no whipping cream)

Tiramisu is my all-time favourite, and while it is difficult to find a delicious one in Vancouver, I guess it is best to make my own. The authentic Italian tiramisu uses simple ingredients – eggs, mascarpone, espresso, and a splash of liqueur. It is an irresistible dessert that is creamy and rich in flavors. This treat doesn’t require an oven, which makes it easy to make at home.

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[RECIPE] Shao Bing with Tea Infused Custard Cream Filling

Over the weekend, I wanted to make Shao Bing with my limited pantry. It is a common Chinese pastries that made with glutinous rice flour. It is an inexpensive treat that doesn’t require an oven or electric mixer. Instead of the classic red bean paste filling, I made some Tea-Infused Custard Cream, so it oozes out when biting into it. It may sound like so much work, but I promise it is easier than it sounds.

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[RECIPE] No-Bake Blueberry Cashew Tart

These No-Bake Blueberry Cashew Tarts have no sugar added, are vegan friendly, dairy and gluten-free. During the summer, it is best to make simple, quick desserts that don’t even require an oven. These No-Bake Blueberry Cashew Tarts are the perfect dessert. All you need is a blender or a food processor, and you can prepare these tarts in less than 15 minutes.

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[RECIPE] Matcha Oat Milk Popsicles with Tea Mochi

After many days of procrastinating, I finally made something delicious. And I also developed my first vegan recipe, Matcha Oat Milk Popsicles with Tea Mochi. This recipe uses simple ingredients that you can find in The Mochi Set from Paragon Tea Room. It will take you less than 15 minutes to make these foolproof, kid-friendly popsicles.

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[RECIPE] Kinako-Injeolmi Roll Cake

I am obsessed with mochi, and I am testing its limit to see what I can make with them. This roll cake is inspired by the Korean Injeolmi Bingsu, which I created the Kinako-Injeolmi Roll Cake. It uses a chiffon cake base, and I also made some adjustments based on my previous chiffon cake recipe, so it can be rolled into a cylinder shape without cracking.

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