Let your child make four different kinds of Japanese wagashi sweets with this ingenious candy-making kit from Kracie, that aids in developing your child's problem-solving skills.
Easily make traditional Japanese sweets like chocolate taiyaki, mitarashi dango, and strawberry daifuku by using the included ingredients, water, and a microwave. You can even make a mini sparkling cup of Japanese ramune soda to go along with it!
This kit has the added boost of calcium, with no artificial colors or preservatives, so that you can enjoy it with confidence.
Before use, prepare a glass of water and wash your hands. Avoid using mineral water as it may not blend well with the mixes.
Open the box and plastic bag inside it, take all the contents from the bag, and cut the tray into two pieces: One half with the taiyaki fish indentations, and the other half with two basins.
Add a spoonful (included) of water to the smaller basin, add the strawberry jelly powder, and mix with the included stirrer.
Fill the larger basin with water up until the marked line, add the mochi powder and stir with the large spoon until combined. Pull out the mochi dough, and form into a ball in your hands, then split into two equal parts.
Take the mochi shaping instruction sheet from the box, and roll one half of the mochi dough to fit the longer shape on top of the sheet (for strawberry daifuki), and then press flat. Form the other half of the mochi dough into the three balls printed on the bottom of the sheet for your mitarashi dango.
Add four spoonfuls of water back into the larger basin, and add the included taiyaki powder. Stir with the large spoon, and then pour into the two taiyaki fish moulds. Microwave the taiyaki for 40 seconds at 500w.
Add two more spoonfuls of water into the larger basin, and mix in the included chocolate cream powder. Put half a spoon of the chocolate cream into the middle your daifuku mochi dough. Pull out the now hardened strawberry jelly, and place it on top of the chocolate cream. Fold the daifuku mochi upwards and pinch, to form into your completed daifuku.
Take your taiyaki dough out of the fish moulds, spread the chocolate cream on one piece, and place the other piece on top to finish your taiyaki.
Add two spoonfuls of water into the now empty taiyaki mold, and mix through the mitarashi dango glaze powder. Place your three mochi dango balls on a toothpick, and dip into the glaze to cover completely.
Stick the ramune soda label to your included soda cup, and fill the cup with water (leaving about 1cm of room). Stir the ramune soda powder through the water.
Serve, and enjoy.
- Contents: Pack of 5 boxes
- Net weight (per box): 39g
- Main ingredients: Sugar, starch, non-glutinous rice, vegetable oil, dextrin, glucose, egg white powder, milk-derivatives, cocoa powder, skimmed milk powder, powdered soy sauce, lactose, salt, calcium carbonate, coloring, leavening agent, emulsifier, acidulant, sodium caseinate, flavoring, gelling agent, calcium sulfate, sodium pyrophosphate
- Nutrition facts (per box): Energy 164kcal, protein 1.1g, fat 3.0g, carbohydrate 33g, sodium 0.06-0.6g, calcium 138mg
- Potential allergens: Egg, milk, soybean, wheat
- Made in Japan