Quick Ashitaba Recipe: How to Make Ashitaba Snacks and Desserts

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French Toast. Hot coffee. Pasta and pizza, nothing fancy. Maybe some sweets, a counter and a wait staff who calls you "dear customer." Really, you don't need too much when it comes to treating yourself to a nice snack. Here we will share another bunch of ashitaba snack recipes you can follow right at your own kitchen: Ashitaba Donuts and Ashitaba Bavarian Cream.


Ashitaba Donuts


Ingredients:

Set A
500g flour
2 tablespoons ashitaba powder
1 tablespoon baking powder

Set B
Three eggs
150cc Milk
200g Sugar
A pinch of salt

Steps:

1. Mix all the ingredients in Set A altogether.
2. Mix all the ingredients in Set B altogether.
3. Fry to medium heat until the core is dropped with a spoon.

Ashitaba Bavarian Cream


Ingredients:

150cc Milk
1 egg yolk
30g Sugar
5g powdered gelatin
100cc fresh cream
2 teaspoons of Ashitaba powder 
a drop of vanilla extract
Fresh cream (for garnish)

Steps:

1. Melt the 5g powdered gelatin in hot water.
2. Mix the powdered ashitaba leaves with the warm milk.
3. Stir in egg yolks and sugar in 3 balls.
4. Occasionally stir the mixture and immerse them in ice water until thickened.
5. Mix in the fresh cream and decorate the whipped cream on top.

44 comments:

  1. i really dont know this one but it looks kind of good. i wonder if i can make this.

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    1. Yes you can do it. It's too easy to prepare and follow. :D

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  2. The ingredients are affordable and it can be found in supermarkets and malls nationwide. and I want to cook that donuts.

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  3. This is very interesting,especially for kids who don't like to eat ashitaba as vegetables. Very nice recipe.

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    1. Yup, ashitaba for snacks and desserts promise a bigger nutritional punch, and with that, a smaller waistline. :)

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  4. first time to hear about ashitaba..googled it and it's tomorrow leaf pla.. now i know what that is haha! the bavarian cream is like green tea jello/pudding.. looks good and healthy! :)

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    1. That's right. Ashitaba is "Tomorrow Leaf" in Japanese. It's because this plant grows a new leaf every day, like magic. :D

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  5. omg bavarian cream sounds really good! ashitaba plant is so versatile that you can do anything!

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    1. As much as it offers a unique taste, ashitaba gives healthy benefits as it's utilized as a medical herb.

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  6. It's nice that Ashitaba is flexible enough and can be use in snacks and desserts. A healthier option.

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    1. Yes. You can make other recipes and refer to this as your starter.

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  7. I wonder how that bavarian cream tastes like.. :)

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    1. I don't know if I'm just atypical and weird but for some reason, I quite like the taste of bitter and sweet together.

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  8. The ashitaba donuts looks easy to prepare, will gonna try it.

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    1. Hehe you can send me a message soon to update on how it went.

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  9. wow! ashitaba donuts and ice cream!. Parang gusto ko gumawa ng ashitaba donuts :)

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    1. You can also make tiny versions of it and come up with munchkins. :D

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  10. That Ashitaba Bavarian Cream looks very tempting! I want to make one too! :)

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  11. This is really very interesting! I love sweets! Ashitaba donuts look like easy to make and a delicious one! ;)

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    1. Yup, healthy na masarap pa! Sometimes kasi I feel really guilty when eating donuts from sold in regular joints like Dunkin' Donuts, Krispy Kreme, Mister Donut, etc.

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  12. I've got an idea! Why not try making ashitaba cakes too? ^_^

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    1. Good. Of course that will be edible. :)

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    2. btw the ashitaba donut is so mouthwatering! Looks perfect for breakfast! ♥

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  13. i never thought that pants like ashitaba can be made as a dessert. :)

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    1. These ideas can benefits parents as they struggle to find ways on how to prepare and present veggies to their kids. It's always good to inject good-for-them nutrients into many decadent ashitaba desserts.

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  14. Never heard of ashitaba ever since until now and I got curious of what it really is and so I googled. lol This looks tasty, I believe.

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    1. Yup. Getting to have dessert is just one of the perks of being alive, regardless of your age. What better way to be more creative than putting ashitaba in snacks and desserts? :D

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  15. I tasted it a long time ago when my friend came from another country. I thought it was just bread so I confused when friend kept saying that it may taste a little bitter, but I didn’t think so at all. for some it is an acquired taste.

    leira
    fbw

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    1. The taste may be a bit off-tangent if you're really not used to eating vegetables, but it's just normal like malunggay that is now getting popular in bread.

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  16. Ashitaba Donuts, type ko yan. My wife can manage making one. Just where can we get the Ashitaba powder?

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    1. You can get the ashitaba powder from Amazon straight (from US).

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  17. This is another new recipe that I'm planning to do. More healthy options rather than eating junk foods ;)

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    1. If you’re vegetarian or vegan, you know how hard it can be to find a variety of snacks. So many lament on the uninspired options available for vegetarians. But now there are a lot of tasty treats such as these.

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  18. Interestingly healthy recipes. We're shifting to eating only the good after hubby was operated. - KarenT

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    1. Ohh health is wealth so better invest in eating healthy to get yourself covered. :)

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  19. Ashitaba could be a "food" in all preparation, in all recipes.

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    1. Yes that's true. I have yet to explore other dishes that ashitaba can be incorporated into. :)

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  20. Having Ashitaba in snacks and dessert would be a nice way to adding nutrients in our diet.

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    1. Yup. When you search all over the web, you can find a lot of vegetarian healthy snacks. Choose any one and bring it into your everyday diet. :)

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  21. may tanim ako ashitaba.. paano ba ipowder yun ??

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    1. Hehe it's not that easy as you think. When I first began encapsulating powdered herbs, I did so using the old-fashioned method of using the two halves of a capsule to scoop up the powders prior to pushing the ends together. That's how Dad did it whenever he would feed us medicine. Problem is that it's too time-consuming! So I found and bought a device that allows me to prepare approximately 24 capsules at a time. The “capsule machines,” along with the 100 % vegetarian capsules are affordable. They make encapsulating powdered herbs a breeze.

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  22. Wow I thought as herb lang talaga siya. Cool to know they are also good for desserts! :D Thanks for the recipe. I hope I can try to make some soon :)

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    1. Yup. If you want to get real ashitaba plant you can contact me. :D

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