espesso chocolate mochii cannot get enough of mochi~s… they are so delicious and easy to make….

Original recipe adapted from 第一次做麻薯


15g flour
25g glutinous rice flour
25g rice flour
10g cocoa powder
30g caster sugar
135g milk
2 tbsp shortening/butter
2 tbsp condensed milk

Chocolate filling
200g chocolate (58%)
150g whipping cream
10g butter


espresso chocolate mochi– Dough: mix all ingredients in a mixing bowl and pour into a container. It will be of sticky-liquid consistency. Place into steamer and steam for 5-10 mins over high heat until it solidifies
– take dough out and allow to cool. If you can, try to punch and knead the dough whilst it’s hot till it becomes a smooth and elastic dough
– transfer to refrigerator to chill for 1-2 hours
– Meantime prepare filling. pour whipping cream and softened butter into melted chocolate. mix well and let it sit under room temperature for 25-30mins
– remove dough from refrigerator. If it is still very sticky after chilling, add flour as needed to achieve desired consistency
– divide dough into 30g per portion, and flatten dough into a disc. Dust an ice-cream scoop with cornstarch and place dough into scoop
– place  25g of filling, and wrap dough. Seal seams
– transfer to refrigerator and chill for 20-30mins before serving

Personal notes:

espresso chocolate mochi– i made another portion of plain mochi (recipe can be found here) and coloured them with a bit of orange food colouring powder. i rolled out a small portion and cut out circles using a normal piping tip. these are fixed to the face, and ears of the teddy bear
– teddy bear’s expressions are piped using melted white and dark chocolate

espresso chocolate kochiかわいいょ о(ж>▽<)y ☆

espresso chocolate mochi


Pollution index: 295 (heavily polluted)


(14) Comments

  • moon (October 18, 2013)


  • xiao (October 18, 2013)


  • eileen (October 18, 2013)


  • May Law (October 18, 2013)

    怎么。。怎么这么可爱, 这是用来吃的吗? 嘻嘻

  • kitchen flavours (October 18, 2013)

    Hi Victoria,
    Your adorable mochi looks too cute to be eaten!
    Love it! My daughter loves mochi, perhaps one day I will surprise her with it!
    Thanks for linking to CYB!

  • Mel (October 18, 2013)

    Oh, these are so cute…..I never made mochi before. Wish I can learn from you. I got to show this post to my sister.

  • Doreen/ mui mui (October 18, 2013)

    This are so adorable.
    I love mochi too:D

  • Ann Low (October 18, 2013)

    Victoria, you\’re always so creative! These look too cute to be eaten 😀

  • Rumbling Tummy (October 18, 2013)

    One word Kawaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii

  • Qi Qi in the house (October 18, 2013)


  • Alice (October 18, 2013)

    omg this is so cute! and u said it\’s easy to make – that intrigued me! hope I can make as nice as yours 🙂
    u take care, pollution index is pretty bad!

  • Mich - Piece of Cake (October 19, 2013)

    Oh wow these are so cute! You are very talented to be able to make such adorable mocha.

  • Aunty Young (October 19, 2013)

    原来Mochi 可以这么活泼可爱的!

  • Vivian Pang (October 21, 2013)

    Everything came out from your kitchen looks so cute! Great skills you have! Very impress with your mochi!

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