Oh, No! How time flies! We are already in July. Time passes so fast and it’s so difficult for me to catch up! I made these Rose sweets a little while ago but could not post it here until now.
Anyway, there are a lot of ways to express a Rose flower in a Japanese sweet. I have made several sweets in the past including the Mochi Rose last year. The one here is using the same technique for making the Mochi Rose but I used ‘Nerikiri’ sweet instead of ‘Mochi’ this time.
Although the technique is much simpler to make these Roses, the result is quite affective.
The reason I was making these roses is because I am choosing the sweet designs which is suitable to make in my workshop for children. I thought this type of roses are very suitable for that purpose.
By using the same sweet material in two different colours I can create a flower in two patterns.
It’s Vegan and Gluten free.
Which pattern would you prefer?