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Easy and Delicious Strawberry Cheese Mochi Recipe: A Fun Twist on a Classic Mochi

Hey there, sweet tooth warriors and foodie adventurers! Ready to dive into a treat that's as fun to make as it is to eat? I've got something epic for you today - Strawberry Cheese Mochi. This delightful sweet combines the chewy, bouncy texture of mochi with a creamy, tangy, and absolutely divine strawberry cheese filling. It’s like having a little party in your mouth, and everyone's invited!

Imagine this: the sweet, subtle tartness of strawberries meets the rich, velvety creaminess of cheese, all wrapped up in a soft, pillowy mochi that's just begging to be bitten into. Whether you’re a mochi newbie or a seasoned pro, I promise this recipe will have you rolling up your sleeves, ready to dive into the kitchen. Let’s get this mochi party started!


For the Mochi:

  • 120g glutinous rice flour
  • 30g cornstarch
  • 35g granulated sugar
  • 180g milk
  • 15g unsalted butter

For the Filling:

  • 100g cream cheese (softened, like it just woke up from a nap)
  • 20g confectioners’ sugar
  • 180g heavy cream
  • 100g strawberry sauce (adjust according to your love for strawberries)


Cooking the Mochi:

  1. Grab a bowl and mix glutinous rice flour, cornstarch, sugar, and milk until they’re besties. Sift the mix to avoid any unwanted clumps.
  2. Pour this friendship into a nonstick pan, and introduce unsalted butter to the mix. Keep stirring over medium heat like you’re brewing a magic potion until it thickens and you’ve got yourself a dough ball.
  3. Dust a mat and the dough with some cooked glutinous rice flour (more on that in a bit), slap on some gloves and knead the dough until it's stretchy and showing off its gymnastics skills.
  4. Divide the dough into equal portions, rolling them into flat and polite circles. Wrap them up in plastic wrap to prevent them from drying out.

Whip Up the Filling:

  1. Summon softened cream cheese, heavy cream, sugar, and strawberry sauce into a clean bowl. Beat them together until they’re stiff and fluffy – think cloud-like with a hint of strawberry dreams. Scoop this heavenly mix into a piping bag.

Assembling the Mochi:

  1. Take a mochi sheet, pipe a generous amount of your strawberry cheese filling onto it, and wrap it up neatly. Think mini burrito-style or like tucking a baby into bed.
  2. Place each mochi into a cupcake liner for that extra pretty touch so they don’t stick to each other.

How to Cook Glutinous Rice Flour: Spread some glutinous rice flour on a baking tray, smooth it out, and bake it at 338℉ (170℃) for about 6 minutes. Let it cool, and it’s ready to use for dusting.

And there you have it—your very own homemade Strawberry Cheese Mochi! Whether as a treat for yourself or to impress your friends, these little beauties are sure to delight you. So, what are you waiting for? Get your mochi on!

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