Chocolate cornet is one of the most popular treat for kids in Japan, it is a pastry with custard chocolate filling.This bread is becoming more popular because of Konata Izumi
one the character in Lucky Star anime. In the first episode Konata was wondering how to eat a chocolate cornet correctly?, which one is the head? or which one is the tail? I thought this scene made me curious (or many viewers wondered) what chocolate cornet looks like. That’s why I decided to make one but in miniature version.
The ingredients are the same in normal size of servings but I can not give you the exact amount of measurement I just follow my instinct and my imagination.
Non -fat dry milk powder
Instant dry yeast
After 15 minutes of baking
Sugar (you use white or brown sugar)
You can make your horn molds: you just need 1 and 1/2 inch by 1 1/2 inch of hard paper and 1 and 3/4 inch by 1 and 3/4 inch of Aluminum foil.
Make a triangle shape or ice cream cone. Lock it by using glue paper. Then wrap it with Aluminum foil.
Here’s my full video in baking Chocolate cornet.
Kindly visit my Facebook and Instagram for more picture of my finish product;
I found miniature mushroom on grocery store in vegetables section. This mini size is perfect for my 2 recipes. I don’t know what kind of mushroom is this but I’m sure this one is perfect for my miniature cooking. I bought it for just 100 pesos (Philippine currency) or $2 only.
Scary huh? But it’s cute!
This is how it looks like, it has many sizes which is perfect in 1/3 scale and 1/12 scale of miniature food.
Here’s my 2 recipes;
Miniature mushroom and egg drop soup. Simple , yet delicious 🙂 You can also try this recipe in normal size of servings.
2. Miniature mushroom and garlic pasta. You can also try this recipe in normal size of servings.
If some of you are wondering where I did get the miniature pasta. You can make your own, just like the normal size pasta you need flour, egg and salt, mix it on food processor, flatten it with rolling pin, cut it according to the size that you prefer.