Baked Cheesecake Kit Kats!

9/13/2015 Micaela 0 Comments


Hi guys! And finally another "sort-of-lame" tutorial here on my blog and this time, it's the famous Baked Cheesecak Kit kats! I swear Japan comes up with super amazing (and sometimes crazy) flavors of Kit Kats! But! I'm still super excited to try this out so I decided to make a blog post about it (and as well as a video which I will be linking here later on) so yeah! 

So basically the Kit Kats looks like plain white chocolate at first, but you pop em in the oven and they'd look like baked creme brulee!


All you need to use is a Toaster Oven that includes a tray/pan and you're good to go! the instructions are in Japanese but no worries they are pretty easy to do!



Once you open the bag you get these super adorable Kit Kats! They're much smaller than the regular ones and they are separately packed! Each bag contains 13 pieces so you'd have enough to enjoy!


First thing you'd need to do is prepare your tray/pan and line them with foil (gawsh my foil-rippings skills fail level is at 10000000) make sure the tray is a perfect fit for your toaster oven!

Properly arrange the kit kats in your foil covered tray, and make sure you leave enough space for each piece! (we don't want them to stick to each other in case they'd super melt)

Now prepare your toaster oven! just preheat the oven for at least 3 min, (for people who are using toaster oven's with Celsius, just set it at at around 390 Degrees C.) and let it bake for about another 2-3 min (just don't overdo it like I did)


(cooking...melting...baking...burning...)

and the final result.... JAN JA JAAAN!

I burnt them, to the nth level! well it's not super burned actually, they just melted pretty quickly (because I left it in the toaster oven for too long so make sure not to do the same mistake lol)

For the taste test!


It actually tasted REALLY GOOD! No kidding, even if they were a little burnt, they were crunchy and at first they tasted liked Creme Brulee, but as you continue eating them you begin to taste the Cheesecake flavor of it! It was super good! One of my favorite flavors! (out of the hundreds of flavors kit kat has! lol)

Anyway! That's it for this blog post, hope you guys enjoyed my fail (yet again) post and if you want to watch the video, here's my video version of this tutorial! Thanks for dropping by as always and hope you drop by again!!

IF YOU WANT TO WATCH MY VIDEO TUTORIAL, PLEASE VISIT THIS LINK~ KITKAT TUTORIAL

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Kawaii PH Store + Area Harajuku

9/07/2015 Micaela 0 Comments


First of all, Happy September to everyone! gosh it just feels like yesterday when 2015 hit, but it's now halfway of the year (and I feel like I haven't done anything lol) so what have you guys been up to? I'm currently in a good mood since Christmas decorations are already all over the place and hearing Christmas songs make me so happy!

First thing's first, Congratulations to the Kawaii PH store for making it to a more visible platform! Items of the Kawaii PH store are now available at Area Harajuku where Master (rainbowholic) and fellow Kawaii PH blogger Satchiko are working part time!

Brands of Dolly Kaye, Whimsicute and Mad TeeParty are included so I'm super happy for sinsan (Kaye), Mommy Chichi and Kuya Francis!

Here are a couple of photos ALL TAKEN BY KAILA (RAINBOWHOLIC) please visit her blogpost so you can also read her personal experience as she is currently working part time! LINK HERE











Were you able to spot the items produced by the Kawaii PH store?? They're all lined up so cutely!
Of course there are other items sold in the store... that are also to die for!







Gosh they're all so beautiful I'mma cry!! like literally! lol! anyway! Master has been very busy these past couple of days because of this! but she still always manages to be super adorable!

Hopefully you guys (and me) could visit the shop!

AREA Harajuku (#エリア原宿) is located at the 6th floor of Harajuku Ash building (just beside Takeshita Dori banner / in front of JR Harajuku Station Takeshita Exit). For more info, please check and follow www.instagram.com/area_harajuku[Access Guide] 6th floor, Harajuku Ash building, 1-19-11, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 105-001〒
 〒105-0001 東京都渋谷区神宮前1-19-11はらじゅくアッシュビル6F

Thanks so much for taking the time to read! And hopefully you all enjoyed looking at the photos by Rainbowholic! Have a kawaii day again everyone! 

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