Kaori’s easy recipe – Learn how to make “Rilakkuma & Korilakkuma’s Trifle Scoop Cake”

17.June.2017 | FEATURES / FOOD

With just a small bit of ingenuity, turn everyday food into something cute using Kaori’s recipe series! With a few simple ideas, an ordinary recipe magically transforms into a cute dish. Let us introduce to you, “Rilakkuma & Korilakkuma’s Trifle Scoop Cake.”


■1: Ingredients (to make 4 cake pans, 7cm in diameter)



・Plane sponge cake (No.5 15cm in diameter)

・Fresh cream (In this recipe, whipped cream was used)

・Fruit (strawberries, a kiwi, half a banana)

・Chocolate pens (black, yellow and pink / can be bought at a 100yen shop)

・Clear cake pan, 7cm in diameter (can be bought at a 100yen shop)

・Circular cutter for ears (can be bought at a 100yen shop)


■How to make

2: Sponge cakes are already divided into two pieces. Slice each piece once more so that it is even thinner.


3: The white part of the sponge cake is for making Korilakkuma and the brown part is for making Rilakkuma. Cut out the shapes using the circle cutter, 2 circles for each layer. *These circles will become the tops of the faces.



①Cut 4 circles for the ears using the circle cutter. (As is shown in picture ⑧) Break up the remaining sponge cake into small pieces and put it in the bottom of the dish.

②Put whipped cream on the small pieces of sponge cake.

③It should now look like picture ③

④Put some fruit on the cake.

⑤.⑥Put the small pieces of sponge cake and whipped cream on this and make layers

⑦Finally, place the circular sponge cake which was cut out in step No.3 on the top of the dish

⑨Fix the ears on the face using whipped cream as a glue


5: If there are gaps in the glass dish, fill these gaps with the remaining sponge cake and fix it.


6: Draw a white nose, eyes, and ears using the chocolate pens. After the white part is dried, draw a nose and a mouth using the tip of a toothpick.


7: A side view the cake should look like in this picture.


Your cake is completed!



Kaori also invites you into her world of character-themed rice dishes in her recipe series! Please check out her Instagram where she has uploaded many pictures of her character dishes!


Kaori Kubota(@kaopan27)

Kaori lives in Hokkaido and enjoys making dinners, sweet treats and character food using bread ♡

Kaori also loves to experiment with small tricks to crate easy character-themed sweets @kaopan27



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