Title: Bake Anime
Author’s Name: Emily J. Bushman
Publisher: S&S/Simon Element
Page Count: 208 Pages
Author or Book Website: N/A
Link to Amazon purchase page: Bake Anime: 75 Sweet Recipes Spotted In―and Inspired by―Your Favorite Anime (A Cookbook): Bushman, Emily J: Amazon.com: Books
Link to Goodreads: Bake Anime: 75 Sweet Recipes Spotted In—and Inspired by—Your Favorite Anime by Emily J. Bushman | Goodreads
Release Date: N/A
How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
Recreate the tasty desserts you’ve seen in your favorite anime series with this accessible, approachable, and most importantly, delicious recipe book, perfect for Anime fans of any age.
Embark on a sweet journey through the world of anime! Not only does Japanese animation have beautiful design, fascinating characters, and engaging story lines, it is also overflowing with scrumptiously rendered desserts that leave viewers craving. Don’t you wish you had the recipe for bouncy soufflé pancakes from Your Name? Or even custard Taiyaki from My Hero Academia? Now you can make these desserts right at home with Bake Anime!
Join an otaku on her journey through anime sweets and learn to make them yourself. Recipes include:
-Nerikiri from Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card
-Ohagi from Demon Slayer
-Pocket Monster Swiss Roll from Pokémon
-Japanese Strawberry Shortcake from Ouran High Host Club
-Queen’s Tart from Shokugeki no Soma: Food Wars!
-Soot Ball Brigadeiros from Spirited Away
-And many more!
In addition to each recipe, discover facts behind each dessert, such as history, culture, tips, and more. With Bake Anime, you can finally make your cravings a reality and enjoy the sweet, delicious desserts you’ve been dying to try.
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. The pictures of the desserts are amazing and the recipes seem simple enough to follow. I like that it tells you all the tools you could need and all the party items that you are going to need to make the Japanese dessert that might not normally be in your pantry. Oh, it is cool that it tells you which Anime each recipe comes from. It is split into Japanese recipes and Non-Japanese recipes. This means recipes from other places in the world. I am going to have to try some like the Japanese Strawberry Shortcake. Yum Yum
My Rating of the Book: 5 Stars