The kids will go crazy for this Candy Sushi! Made with rice crispy treats, Swedish fish candy and fruit roll ups. This dessert sushi recipe is easy to make, portable and great for parties.

The kids will go crazy for this Candy Sushi! Made with rice crispy treats, Swedish fish candy and fruit roll ups. This dessert sushi recipe is easy to make, portable and great for parties. (Baking Treats For Kids)

The Japanese have long established themselves as the experts of cute. When it comes to food, they can make it so awwdorable, that you will cry bitter tears blaming yourself for having eaten that sugary kitten. A&D is on a mission to compile the ultimate list of both cute and mouth-watering Japanese sweets. Post your pics or upvote the cutest ones, let's make the world a sweeter place! (H/T: Bored Panda)

Japanese Make The Coolest Sweets Ever (50+ Pics)

Uchiwa’ Lollipops: The Japanese have long established themselves as the experts of cute. When it comes to food, they can make it so awwdorable, that you will cry bitter tears blaming yourself for having eaten that sugary kitten.

Japanese Candy

japancandybox: ❤ Japan Candy Box ❤ The Sweetest Monthly Japanese Candy Subscription Box ❤ go with tea or coffee

Japanese candy sculpture

Japanese candy sculpture - I remember going to Epcot and street performers made these for us.

Pretty Japanese candy (wonder how it tastes but i bet it's good, have another kind of Japanese candy at home and it's simply DELICIOUS!)

Pretty Japanese candy (wonder how it tastes but i bet it's good, have another kind of Japanese candy at home and it's simply DELICIOUS!

Japanese candies -konpeito- They'd be interesting in a little jar with light coming through.

Japanese candies -konpeito- They'd be interesting in a little jar with light coming through. (even an idea for rock candy. Play with colors and light for certain themes-ML)

Japanese candy art

Shinri Tezuka, artisan candy maker, creates "amezaiku", animal-shaped lollipops that look incredibly lifelike.

AHHHH! Too cute! I asked a lady at a Japanese shop and she told me what these were. I forgot the name but in Japanese it means "Boy from the story.".

Japanese Candies - Kintaro-Ame (Ame means candy) . Cut anywhere of the candy bar, you can see the same face.

Japanese Candy Kits

Japanese Candy Kits

Popin cookin Japanese candy make it yourself kits are extremely fun to play with and eat. Get creative with your kids and enjoy making colorful candy with thes

Pinterest
Search