Are you a fan of cooling down with a delicious, cold scoop of chocolate mint ice cream in the summer? So are many people in Japan, and they decided that ice cream wasn’t enough! The chocolate mint flavor, shortened to “chocomint” in Japan, has spread like a chill wildfire to other Japanese snacks! So, we want to show off some of the interesting combinations below.
The Japanese snack company Pasco has introduced a steamed chocomint cake for an easy way to curb that chocomint craving on the go. Talk about having your cake and eating it too!
However, if it is breakfast time and you are hankering for that refreshing mint taste, no worries! Japan has the perfect chocomint bagel ready to satisfy your desires! Thus, this begs the question: Which would be better, cream cheese or butter on this bagel?
Japan even has their own chocomint spin on famous desserts! The Japanese chocomint take on an ice cream sandwich includes using Japanese dorayaki as the buns and stuffing them with brightly colored chocomint ice cream, marshmallows, and chocolate sauce.
But, if ice cream sandwiches aren’t your thing, what about chocomint cheesecake!? This cheesecake is a big hit in Japan for the burst of flavor in every bite of this minty cheesecake.
So, are you craving for some chocomint Japanese snacks yet? Tell us in the comments below what snack you would want to try with a minty twist!
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