Kawaii Kitchen
Kawaii Kitchen

I’m going a little off piste here on Accessory Wednesday, but my interest in kawaii beauty has sparked a whole other interest – kawaii food. I have been looking for a long time for kawaii food accessories – and stumbled across a stand at a food festival at the weekend. I bought so much! There is NO good reason to want to make your boiled eggs into rabbit and bear shapes (pop in the fridge for twenty minutes after shelling) but that’s the point.. it’s just for fun. School holidays are imminent (I think they’ve already started in Scotland) but even if you don’t have any kids as an excuse, being a big kid in the kitchen is just fine in my book.

Kawaii Kitchen
Kawaii Kitchen

First up is the gummy sweet mould – I think you can do anything with this but there is a basic recipe HERE to make your own gummy sweets mixture. My first thought on this was to wonder if I can boil up some lipsticks and make them into apples! But, I guess you could do mini fruit juice ice-cubes if you want to stay on the healthy side.

Kawaii Kitchen
Kawaii Kitchen

Next up, some lollipop moulds – you can use Pocky sticks if you want to hold the lollies, but again you can be creative -chocolate, fruit juice ice, gummy…

Kawaii Kitchen
Kawaii Kitchen

Obviously, any cookie is going to taste better if it’s shaped like an elephant or a rabbit. I previously ordered a Hello Kitty cookie cutter from e-bay and made gluten free cookies (dry as dust but looked amazing).

Kawaii Kitchen
Kawaii Kitchen

Although all the kawaii kitchen accessories I’ve shown are in Japanese, there are English intructions on everything but you need to remember to hang on to the packaging. You can find everything on Kantanliving.co.uk (except the Hello Kitty cookie cutter).

 

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