Monday, February 27, 2012

Osaka Cakes

I saw one local bakery promoting their Osaka cake recently, bought a box to try today.


6 pieces for RM 13.80, which is quite reasonable...



Very fluffy sponge cakes!


Inside were very sweet cream filling. I love this cake!


Basically I love all kinds of cakes and used to bake quite often. But ever since pregnant, the baking mojo dissappear =_=

Anyway I heard that it's a no no for pregnant lady to approach the microwave/owen due to radiation. So this actually makes me even lazier to touch the microwave :P


I hope the baking mojo will be back after my prince is here ^^


Til then, have a pleasant evening!





25 comments:

  1. I ate the Hokkaido cake before!!!!same with this one...super yummy and i love the strawberries flavor!

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  2. oh very nice.. but i thot this is hokkaido cake?? hahaha, anyway, nobody knows because we only know they are from japan~~ :D

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  3. Can see that the texture is very soft and fine... I love this kind of cakes too, yums!

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  4. Yup we've tried it during Valentine's day! :D

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  5. Kinda look like the hokkaido cake. But I didn't try either one before. Heard that hokkaido's one quite fluffy...

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  6. 好像北海道cake哦!看起来一样好吃 =)

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  7. these cakes look delicious and fluffy....will check it out next time

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  8. Oh I never try it before. But the cake house nearby my house sell it, they call is Hokkaido cake.

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  9. Some called this Hokaido cake. Yvonne and Ms Leong bought it before. I haven't tried it yet. By the way, the carrot walnut Birthday cake is from Tian Bakery. It tasted nice. You can locate it from FB. It gives free delivery in our town.

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  10. The cake is nice, but I don't think I can finish one box.

    Moreover, it cannot be kept for 2 days or more. The taste get sourish :S

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  11. this is not your normal type of cake house right? Have not seen this type here. Why is it called osaka cake?

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  12. I'm not sure why it's called Osaka cakes or Hokkaido cakes, haha. I guess both are quite similar.

    Yan, I can guess it's from Tian's bakery, hehe, I've ordered from her before, her cream puff is nice too!

    Yvonne, yep must be consumed within 3 days, so I shared it with my friends ;)

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  13. oh my god, I love this cake too XD

    got cream wei . . . gonna search in Mid-valley see got or no . . . :)

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  14. Where is this shop in Taiping? La Promise? that is the only bakery i know in Taiping.. :)

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  15. We have this over here too. Very fluffy and soft. Love the texture. In KL, they have the Hokkaido cake. Similar to this one but blue packaging. Delicious !

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  16. I saw in Groupon they are offering classes to learn to bake Hokkaido cake! and the fees is not cheap, cost rm100 something for 3 hour class.

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  17. Kian Fai, I'm sure KL has more choices!

    Claire, it's called Ipoh Bakery situated at Jalan Taming Sari.

    Cinderella, I think you can give it a try, I don't mind being your guinea pig! LOL.

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  18. hmm i thought this is hokkaido cake? pavilion has this at tokyo street as well :) taste yummy!

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  19. Fish, this is similar to Hokkaido cake...

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  20. OOOOOh looks so interesting! Must try leh.... Osaka cake... me want find :D

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  21. Daniel, I'm sure KL has more choices la! ;)

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  22. I ask my friend who always go back to Ipoh to find this for me, haha xD

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  23. Daniel, haha ok! Hope you'll enjoy the cakes!

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  24. so osaka cake is same as hokkaido cake ?

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