Black Forest Meringue Roulade

Meringue Roulade is  one of my favorite British dessert!

When I found it at a little tea room in the Cotswolds,
I was shocked!


And after a few years, I started to work at Three Ways Hotel in England as a pastry chef.

They serve this meringue roulade in the summer,

I was so excited to learn!!

And I was shocked again,

it is dead easy to make and how yummy it is!!

You can use whatever fruits in season but it should be tart!

Cherry is not tart really so I made it with chocolate meringue.

It worked so well, it should be!

It is like black forest, daaaaah!!



4 egg whites

200g granulated sugar

1tsp vanilla

1tsp molt vineger

1tsp cornstarch

1tbsp cocoa powder


200ml cream

1tbsp granulated sugar

200g Greek Yogurt

200g cherry compote


Preheat the oven to 160c.

Make meringue and lastly add vanilla, vinegar, cornstarch,

and cocoa powder.

Meringue should be like this!!

Put it on the baking pan with the paper.

Make it even.

Put it in the oven and bake for about 25 minutes.

While its baking,

whip the cream with sugar.

And combine the yogurt.

When the meringue is baked,

put the baking paper on the counter,

and place the meringue upside down and remove the paper slowly.

When the meringue is cool,

put the cream and cherry on top,

and drizzle chocolate over if you like.


I put powdered sugar and chocolate on top.




Super Moist Ginger Bread Cake

One of my favorite cake is ginger bread!

I actually fell in love with this cake when I was a student in England.

I was staying with English family and so as my friend.

And her landlady was into cooking, always welcome with her cakes etc.

Then one day when I visited my friend,

she brought her gingerbread,

OMG! That was AMAZING!!

I asked her recipe and after that she always gives me some recipes,

moreover inspiration as a mum.

We are still friends since then even after I came back to Japan.

This is not her recipe but always reminds of her.


85g butter

55g dark brown sugar

110g golden syrup

55g honey

120g milk

2 eggs

170g flour

1/4tbsp bicarb

1/4 tbsp mixed spice

1/2 tbsp ginger

Prepare the baking tin or loaf tin.

Preheat the oven to 180c.

Put butter, sugar, syrup, treacle in a pan and heat gently until they melt,

remove from the heat and cool a little bit.

Whisk eggs with milk and mix with butter mixture.

Shift dry ingredients into butter mixture and mix well.

Pour it into the prepared tin and bake for about 40minutes in the preheated oven.

Skewer to check and leave it in the tin till cool.


PS. it is better after a few days!


Fig Cheesecake Ice Cream

Fig cheesecake ice cream!


Guys!! You got to try this!!!!!

I hope you enjoyed this hot summer!

Mine was….unexpected! haha

I struggled with getting pregnant when I had my daughter,

and it was,,, seriously tough.

Physically and mentally.

It took  for 3 years.

So I thought I would never have another kid unless I went to doctor like last time.

And I never wanted that experience again…

I mean I am so grateful that I got pregnant and have my girl.

I didn’t need anything but her.

Thats enough for me.

She is my happiness.


Surprise, surprise, surprise.

I got pregnant naturally.

I was speechless.

So did my hubby lol

Anyway I was planning to learn surf this year, enjoy summer with my 3 years old.

Then now I have a big belly.

All the fun things didn’t happen obviously.

Because of this big belly,

I feel SOOOO HOT all the time.

I am sweating like a pig lol

And almost time to meet another one.

I cannot believe it.


I need to make myself cool all the time lol

But because of all the sugar, I had beed avoiding popsicles from stores.

And I decided to make healthy popsicles by myself.

This is seriously amazing.


200g cream cheese(room temperature)

200g Greek yogurt

2tbsp honey

a little bit of cinnamon

2 figs sliced

Just mix all together, add as much as cinnamon you like.

Put the fig slice in a popsicle mold.

And then divide the ice cream mixture to the mold.

Place the popsicle sticks in the middle of it.

Put them in the freezer and leave it over night(at least 6hours).


Chocolate Zucchini Muffins

Chocolate zucchini muffins!

I had never thought it would be great till I baked at the first time a couple years ago.

They are moist and rich,

surprisingly no taste of zucchini even though they are in it quite lots.

If you follow my instagram, you know I have slightly diabetes due to my pregnancy.

So recently I bake only…well mostly…healthy things.

Trying to avoid sugar and less flour.

And if you consider your health like me, but you want delicious sweets recipe,

this is the one for you!

100g flour

2tsp baking powder

100g almond powder

30g cocoa

1tsp mixed spices

100ml olive oil

2 eggs

1tsp vanilla

120g honey

80g banana(ripe)

230g zucchini(1 middle size, shredded )

option : chocolate chips

Preheat the oven to 180c.

Shift all the dry ingredients together to a bowl.

Add olive oil, egg, vanilla and honey and mix well.

Then add banana and zucchini in.

Put them in the prepared muffin tins and bake for about 15 minutes.

(if you want chocolate chips, sprinkle over the muffins before baking)

Roasted Figs

Roasted figs.
I have never tried and I wanted to try.

I have to say I wasn’t so into fresh figs,
because they are not that sweet, not sour, no kick-ass taste,
just beautiful look.

But I love dry figs.
So I thought maybe if I roast them,
they taste better, you know, richer.

How you make is dead easy!

Preheat the oven to 180c.

You just cut them however you want and put them in a roasting pan.

Drizzle some honey and a bit of sugar over them.

I added rosemary for flavor.

Put them in the oven for about 30mins.

If you drizzle lots of sugar, it caramelizes so probably better,
but I need to cut sugar so I drizzle only a little bit.

But still they are much better than fresh figs!!

I served with homemade no sugar granola and greek yogurt!


I love this breakfast so much!

Healthy beautiful breakfast to brighten up the day!


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