Japanese snacks and Japanese candies are always jam packed with unique flavors that shocks your senses and always have fun themes, but with summer right around the corner, refreshing mint flavoring is starting to trend! Japanese Instagrammer haruna.wt shows off some awesome culinary skills that we wish we had! Check out some of their Japanese candy and sweets below!
These are some amazing, and edible, minty high heel Japanese sweets! Frosting mixed with green coloring and mint flavoring makes these cupcake creations the perfect summery treat.
Now this is a cake that we can get behind! This minty cake mixes peppermint essence mixed into this mousse cake makes a satisfying dessert that we wish we could cut a slice of and put into your Japanese candy box!
Pancakes are a big trending sweet in Japan right now – especially the big, fluffy ones! However, these ones were taken to the next level with mint flavoring mixed in, whipped cream topping, and chocolate pieces and cocoa powder on top! Talk about a unique pancake dish!
This Japanese drink is a mint infused parfait topped with chocolate cookies and mint leaves! The blue color helps feel refreshed with a glance, but the cold mixture cools the body while the mint flavor brings a sensation only mint can!
Are you a fan of mint Japanese candy and snacks? Let us know in the comments below!
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