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I don't know about you, but I can't say "No!" to these sweet Korean pancakes. We call these sinful treats Hotteok(호떡)!

How to make sweet Korean pancakes, Hotteok (호떡)

I don't know about you, but I can't say "No!" to these sweet Korean pancakes. We call these sinful treats Hotteok(호떡)!

How to make mochi ice cream. #summer #desserts

Make Mochi Ice Cream

How to make mochi ice cream. #summer #desserts

How to Make Korean Watermelon Punch | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Korean Watermelon Punch

How to Make Korean Watermelon Punch | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Stop throwing away your money and make boba at home instead.

Homemade Bubble Tea

Stop throwing away your money and make boba at home instead.

Sesame Tea Cookies (Dasik) is a traditional Korean sweet that can be served to celebrate Lunar New Year. Made from sesame seeds, green tea, black sesame seeds and honey syrup.

Dasik – Korean Tea Cookies for Lunar New Year

Sesame Tea Cookies (Dasik) is a traditional Korean sweet that can be served to celebrate Lunar New Year. Made from sesame seeds, green tea, black sesame seeds and honey syrup.

Chapssal Donuts (Korean glutinous rice ball doughnut) filled with red bean paste - A popular street snack food can be made from your home!

Chapssal Donuts (Korean Glutinous Rice Ball Doughnuts)

Chapssal Donuts (Korean glutinous rice ball doughnut) filled with red bean paste - A popular street snack food can be made from your home!

붕어빵 technique

붕어빵 technique

Gyeongdan Korean Sweet Rice Cakes | Big Girls Small Kitchen

Gyeongdan Korean Sweet Rice Cakes | Big Girls Small Kitchen

Korean tea cookies or Dasik (다식 茶食) are wonderfully light, mildly sweet and melt-in-your mouth sweets that date all the way back to the 17th century. My ancestors prepared this very traditional, gluten free and vegan Korean treats for Lunar New Years in Korea.

Dasik – Korean Tea Cookies for Lunar New Year

Korean tea cookies or Dasik (다식 茶食) are wonderfully light, mildly sweet and melt-in-your mouth sweets that date all the way back to the 17th century. My ancestors prepared this very traditional, gluten free and vegan Korean treats for Lunar New Years in Korea.

Mochi Ice Cream! Learn how to make this fun dessert with step-by-step photos.

Mochi Ice Cream

Mochi Ice Cream! Learn how to make this fun dessert with step-by-step photos.

This is rice cake. korean style bread. Name is "dduk"

This is rice cake. korean style bread. Name is "dduk"

Korean sweet pancake (Hotteok) is a popular Korean winter street food. It’s crispy outside and inside is filled with sweet gooey indulgence! | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Hotteok (Korean Sweet Pancakes)

Korean sweet pancake (Hotteok) is a popular Korean winter street food. It’s crispy outside and inside is filled with sweet gooey indulgence! | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Twisted Korean doughnuts (Kkwabaegi)

Kkwabaegi

Twisted Korean doughnuts (Kkwabaegi)

Sticky Rice Cake with Red Bean Paste | ChinaSichuanFood.com

Sticky Rice Cake with Red Bean Paste

Sticky Rice Cake with Red Bean Paste | ChinaSichuanFood.com

Matcha Mochi Donuts that chew'll love!

Matcha Mochi Donuts (GF)

Matcha Mochi Donuts that chew'll love!

Get ready for summer with this perfect Korean summer dessert - Patbingsu! It's Korean shaved ice dessert topped with fruit, red bean paste and sweet condensed milk! | MyKoreanKitchen.com via @mykoreankitchen

Patbingsu (Korean Shaved Ice)

Get ready for summer with this perfect Korean summer dessert - Patbingsu! It's Korean shaved ice dessert topped with fruit, red bean paste and sweet condensed milk! | MyKoreanKitchen.com via @mykoreankitchen