Recipe List

Cinnamon Coffee Meringue Cookies

Do you love Mexican coffee spiked with cinnamon? And do you like cookies? If you answered yes to both questions, my Cinnamon Coffee Meringue Cookies are for you!

Inspired and adapted from the Mocha Meringue Cookies at Cookie Dough & Oven Mitt.

Bee-Bim Bop Sushi Rolls

Korean dramas and food are popular in Japan. Thought it might be fun to combine the best of the two cultures in a sushi roll. My recipe is drama-free and delicious. Serve the sushi rolls with Korean kimchi (pickled cabbage) If you prefer  spicy food. 

Sesame Sake Brownies

A stealthy Ninja way to enjoy sake and chocolate together, the sesame-studded brownies are delicious served plain or with melted white chocolate on top!

Japanese Omurice Omelet

Just like the American omelet, omurice can be tailor made to suit your tastes.My sweet friend and superb translator, Nisia, kindly agreed to share her vegetarian-style omurice recipe and photo. What creative twists will you add to omurice

Matcha Green Tea Cream Filled Sugar Cookies, #Creative Cookie Exchange

Time to celebrate! Spring is stepping into our vanilla snow covered world...(With the exception of a few tropical spots on planet Earth.) I've filled sugar cookies with green tea matcha cream and created another reason to celebrate! 

Thin Mints Frosting

Are you a Girl Scouts Thin Mints Cookie fan? Yes? You will love the Ninja Baker's Thin Mint Frosting!

Flourless Chocolate Cake

Waves of dark rich chocolate surf on the palate with this gluten-free, flourless cake. Adapted from Epicurious.com, my flourless chocolate cake includes a swirl of dark chocolate kisses and a splash of peppermint extract.

Irish Cream Cupcakes

My Irish Cream Cupcakes are coated with white chocolate ganache. The fluffy, light sponge, however, does not require a sweet topping. Monica Holland's Lick the Bowl Good recipe for Irish Cream Cake is a star all by itself! 

This recipe appears courtesy of Monica Holland.

Ramen Stir Fry

Ramen Stir Fry offers a melody of buttery noodles with a smooth undertone of miso. Savory fans of garlic and salt should use the higher measurements of soy sauce and garlic. 

In Japan, it’s a compliment to the chef to slurp noodles. So, if you catch your family or friends slurping the ramen stir fry, you know you are a ramen noodle maestro!

Shrimp Mac 'n Cheese à la Japonais

An American classic with a good ninja-kick of Japanese-style horseradish. The more subtle Japanese edamame soy beans also work well with the ooey, gooey cheese. (Of course, what doesn’t work well with cheese?!)

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