These mochiko muffins are made with regular cocoa powder and black cocoa powder to get the darker color. But if you don’t have black cocoa powder on hand, feel free to use regular cocoa powder! They also have chocolate chips folded into the batter, giving them the perfect amount of chocolate flavor. In terms of texture, these muffins are a bit chewy/springy and not cakey (due to the mochiko flour) when comparing them to regular muffins/cupcakes.
These cinnamon sugar mochi donuts are light, chewy, can easily be made vegan, and are naturally gluten-free. They’re one of my favorite donuts ever, and if you ever try them, you’ll understand why.
Since these donuts are made with mochi, they have a great chew to them, but are still soft. They’re also gluten-free because of the mochiko flour and the gluten-free Oreos. In addition, they’re dairy-free due to the vegan butter and alternative milk. If you don’t have dietary restrictions, feel free to use regular Oreos and butter/milk!
Estimated cost: $8.34 per 1/2 dozen, $1.39 per donut If you love mochi and/or donuts, you’ll love these ube mochi donuts! They are soft, chewy, and are made with one of my favorite combinations in Filipino desserts: ube and coconut. In addition, they’re gluten-free because they’re made with 100% mochiko sweet rice flour, not regular flour! What is Ube? If …