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Luscious Japanese Daifuku Cakes

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No, that’s not a typo and we didn’t sneeze. Daifuku means “great luck” in Japanese and is a type of cake served in the country. If you’ve never tried them, you’ll love the wonderfully dense flavor and delicate lightness to the dessert. Try them the next time you’re having a dinner party, as they’re a wonderful dessert to enjoy while people are having conversation. As a single serving dessert idea, they also make a great item to bring along to your next potluck. Serve these with some coffee or green tea on the sides and people will love them!

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We recommend you try this recipe as it is, but feel free to add the fillings of your choice the next time you prepare the recipe. We enjoy things such as preserves, a nutella, or even a homemade peanut butter. Plus, these small Asian cakes are perfect to freeze in an airtight container and enjoy whenever you’re in the mood for a little something sweet!

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