For the longest time I thought I had a solid knowledge of all the cute food makers on YouTube. However, it seems that Euniee Cafe, a Korean channel formerly known as Snowy Winter Cafe, has somehow slipped under my radar until now! The channel offers something for everyone by featuring both basic and more advanced kawaii recipes, with no shortage of cutely decorated baked goods. I also find it incredibly helpful that the ingredients and instructions are listed in the description as well as directly in the video.
If you’re new to dessert making and looking to try out an easy recipe, there is a video that shows you how to make a very simple no-bake kawaii bear chocolate mousse that requires relatively few ingredients and one mold.
As good melon pan can be hard to find in my part of the States, I’ve been on the hunt for a recipe to try out at home—I think the super kawaii Pompompurin melon pan may fit the bill splendidly!
Purchased that mold for the no-bake chocolate mousse tutorial? She reuses it for other recipes, including her very cute Mickey and Minnie Mouse Tsum Tsum cheesecakes! Definitely adding these to the list for the next time I get a craving for cheesecake…
There are also a few adorable options for the macaron lovers out there, like her Shiba Inu macarons. I love Shiba anything, so I’m happy to see them featured on a food. They look so yummy!
I’ve never tried making steamed buns before, but I am certainly adding it on my to-do list after spotting her video on how to make Molang steam buns. I love making bread products (although sometimes they’re tricky and don’t love me!) but Molang is so cute that I can’t resist.
Andi lives in the countryside of Georgia in a house packed with kawaii decor and vintage toys, and enjoys the company of two squishy kitties named Thumper and Marie. When she’s not barricaded in her pink craft room creating something, she can be found reading, playing Animal Crossing games, or baking something to satisfy her massive sweet tooth.