Recreate the tasty desserts you’ve seen in your favorite anime series with this accessible, approachable, and most importantly, delicious recipe book, perfect for Anime fans of any age.
Embark on a sweet journey through the world of anime! Not only does Japanese animation have beautiful design, fascinating characters, and engaging story lines, it is also overflowing with scrumptiously rendered desserts that leave viewers craving. Don’t you wish you had the recipe for bouncy soufflé pancakes from Your Name? Or even custard Taiyaki from My Hero Academia? Now you can make these desserts right at home with Bake Anime!
Join an otaku on her journey through anime sweets and learn to make them yourself. Recipes include: -Nerikiri from Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card -Ohagi from Demon Slayer -Pocket Monster Swiss Roll from Pokémon -Japanese Strawberry Shortcake from Ouran High Host Club -Queen’s Tart from Shokugeki no Soma: Food Wars! -Soot Ball Brigadeiros from Spirited Away -And many more!
In addition to each recipe, discover facts behind each dessert, such as history, culture, tips, and more. With Bake Anime, you can finally make your cravings a reality and enjoy the sweet, delicious desserts you’ve been dying to try.
Emily Bushman is a self-taught cook and baker who started her blog targeting food in anime, called Penguin Snacks, in 2015. A high school English teacher by day, Emily began her blog as a way to spend more time on her cooking hobby in the evenings, particularly focusing on her fascination with food in anime. The blog has since sprawled into a career working on video creation for the likes of anime streaming platform Crunchyroll, and for beloved franchises like Naruto, One Piece, Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma, Jujutsu Kaisen, and more. She currently lives, works, and bakes in a small apartment (with an even smaller kitchen) in Tokyo, Japan.