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Popin’ Cookin’ Donuts Review

A short while ago, I reviewed the Popin’ Cookin’ food kit called Sweets Party, in which I created multiple tiny desserts using powders mixed with water.  At the time of purchase, I had also gotten a second kit for creating tiny donuts.  As a big fan of these ring-shaped treats, I had high hopes for this one, even if I tried to keep my expectation of the flavors in the realm of the reasonable.

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Popin’ Cookin’ Sweets Party Review

Recently, Mother Duck and I have been rewatching several of Brutalmoose’s videos on Youtube where he puts together various Popin’ Cookin’ food kits, a trio of videos where he assembles miniature burgers, takoyaki, and gummies.  While they never turned out particularly delicious, they looked like a pretty cute and fun diversion that we just had to try for ourselves.  We ended up buying two kits of the sweeter variety, as they seem to be more edible than their savory counterparts.  Our first choice was Sweets Party, which would allow us to create five tiny treats.

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Ranking Random Japanese Sweets

Last week, I ranked some random Japanese snacks, courtesy of Mother Duck.  This time, we have a far more substantial list focusing on a plethora of sweets!  Seeing as the majority of the text on these packages was written in Japanese, I did my best to find out what these things were.  There are a few that I couldn’t figure out, but the provided photo should at least give you an idea of what they look like, even if the placement doesn’t match this list perfectly.

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