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Heat-Resistant Glass Pudding Cups by Iwaki

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Egg Custard: Popular Japanese Dessert

Pudding cups Pudding in pudding cups

Let's face it: You're not getting enough custard in your diet.

You could, of course, make some in a casserole pan, but you don't need that much custard. And besides which, the little squares of custard you'll cut from that casserole pan aren't going to wow you or your loved-ones with their good looks.

The good news is that you can make the dessert popular in Japan right at home with the Iwaki Heat-Resistant Pudding Cups. Not only do you get the custard your body needs, but thanks to the classic pudding-cup shape, you can reenact scenes for your favorite cute anime.

Food Ideas

Ice cream in pudding cups Snack ingredients in pudding cups with crackers

The Iwaki Pudding Cups are heat resistant, dishwasher-safe, and come in two sizes: 100ml and 150ml. They are the perfect sizes for children and adults who just need a bit of custard in their diet. But, they're really too small for daily use for cereal, pasta, soups, etc. If you're going to spend your hard-earned money for some itty-bitty glass cups, you probably would like to use them for more than just pudding.

The Iwaki cups are simple and clear, making them ideal both for shaping food like custard, and also presenting food. You can serve a scoop of ice cream with a special crunchy layer of cookies or cornflakes on the bottom. Children love to peer through the glass to inspect their freshly cut fruits. Adults love to marvel at their taco fillings or dipping sauces through that same glass. Here's a list of food ideas to make the most of your Iwakis:

  • Pudding/Custard
  • Ice cream
  • Mini-parfaits
  • Gelatine
  • Dips
  • Sauces
  • Tsuyu (a dipping sauce for Japanese somen)
  • Fruits
  • Fillings and toppings for other foods

The only limit is your imagination and the 100-150ml capacity of these itty-bitty cups.

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