Low calorie ★ Warabimochi-style dessert
|Material ( About 2 servings )|
|Morinaga Cook Gelatin||1 bag (5g)|
|water||250ml (8.45us fl oz)|
|Black honey||Appropriate amount|
For those who say "I want to eat sweets! But I'm worried about calories ..." ♪ I actually made a recipe for "Low calorie ★ Warabimochi style" posted on Morinaga's official website.
the material is
・ Morinaga Cook Gelatin (1 bag / 5g (0.18oz))
・ Water (250 ml)
・ Kinako (appropriate amount)
・ Black honey (appropriate amount)
■ How to make1. 1. Put 50 ml of water in a heat-resistant container and heat it in a microwave oven (500 W) for 50 seconds.
2. Sprinkle gelatin into (1) and mix well to dissolve. Add the mixture to the rest of the water, mix again, place in a flat mold such as a vat and chill in the refrigerator.
3. 3. When it's lumpy, cut it into a size that's easy to eat, serve it in a bowl, and sprinkle with kinako and black honey to complete it.
■ Puru and refreshing!Although it does not have the “sticky” feel of real warabi mochi, it is a sweet that you can enjoy a refreshing, smooth throat. Even if the jelly itself is not sweet, you can enjoy it with a small amount of soybean flour and black honey. If you want a little more sweetness, you can add sugar. It is also a nice point that the sweetness can be easily adjusted.
You can change the texture to suit your taste by making it firm and soft, and then making it soft.
Warabimochi-style sweets made from water and gelatin that you can enjoy without feeling guilty even on a diet. Please give it a try!