Heart Container Cookies – The Legend of Zelda series

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Valentines Day is one of those holidays I just don’t get excited about like so many others seem to get delirious over. I personally associate the day with piles of terrible candy covered in pink and red tat with a dash of cheap novelty greeting cards. However, in my utmost determination to disassociate myself from these negative ideas of v-day, I thought I’d make something awesome to take my mind away from the mountains of gaudy baubles pawned off on naive lovebirds.

Heart Containers were an easy choice. Who wouldn’t love someone that gave them the gift of extra health? I know I would! One if the most rewarding things about a Zelda game, especially later on, is having an absolute ton of hearts. Unless of course you consider yourself more the type of person that walks a dangerous road and chooses to skip heart collecting. Either way, fans of both approaches can appreciate the importance of keeping your heart containers full. Or maybe empty, in the case of these cookies.

Fun Fact: There were actually three Oracle games planned, but due to time restraints, the third was scrapped.

3 cups all-purpose flour
3/4 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 cup unsalted butter, room temperature
1 1/4 cups sugar
4 large egg yolks
1 tablespoon pure vanilla extract
Very finely crushed red hard candy, about 1 cup (I used a raspberry drop candy I happened across at the supermarket)
For glaze:
1 cup icing sugar
1 tablespoon milk

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Whisk together flour, baking powder, and salt. In a large bowl, beat butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Add egg yolks and vanilla and beat to combine. Slowly add flour mixture and beat to combine. Form dough into 2 equal balls, wrap in plastic, and refrigerate 30 minutes. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Working with 1 disk at a time, roll out dough between floured parchment paper to 1/8-inch thickness. Stack dough in parchment on a baking sheet; refrigerate until firm, 30 minutes. Cut out heart shapes using cookie cutters or, if none are available, cut out shapes using a clean, non-perforated knife. Place cookies, 1 inch apart, on well greased tin foil baking sheets (this makes it easier to get the glassy hard candy center off the foil). Bake until cookies are pale but set, 5 to 10 minutes. Remove sheets from oven; fill cutouts with crushed candy. Bake until cookies begin to brown at edges and candy is melted, 3 minutes. Let cool completely on sheets on wire racks.
Mix icing sugar and milk together then apply to the outside cookie and let set.

Fun Fact: The Pols Voice monster in The Legend of Zelda was originally meant to be defeated by screaming into a microphone for the NES. It was, however, scrapped in the US, and only applied to the Japanese Famicom version. The US manual still refers to them “disliking loud noises”.

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Rice Crispie Bombs – The Legend of Zelda series

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Hyrule is a pretty weird place. Money and health lie around in the grass. People leave active bombs around their house in clay pots. Don’t even get me started on that ocarina, have you ever tried to play one of those? Impossible!
That’s not to refute that Legend of Zelda games are an absolute blast to play. Bombs, although usually inaccurate and slow, will always be my favorite item. To me there was nothing more satisfying than say, throwing a bomb into a boss’ mouth to have it all end terribly for the brute. I almost feel sorry for them.

I made these bombs out of rice crispies, a touch of royal icing and used licorice for the “fuse”. If you’re interested in making them I included the recipe below, although its not very involved. They’re pretty fun to make and make a fun snack for kids.

Fun Fact: The famous Fairy Fountain theme used in many Zelda games was actually first used as the overworld theme for the Water Land level in Super Mario Bros. 3.


Bomb's Away

Bomb’s Away

3 tablespoons butter or margarine
1 package regular marshmallows
6 cups rice cereal
Black dye
Blue dye
Grey royal icing
Red Licorice

In large saucepan melt butter over low heat. Add marshmallows and stir until completely melted. Remove from heat. Add rice cereal and black/blue dye. I used a 5/2 ratio of black to blue. Stir until well coated. Wait until slightly cool then roll into 2 inch balls. Decorate with royal icing and licorice fuses.

Fun fact: Fans have always noted how different the story of Link’s Awakening is from other Zelda titles. That’s because despite the Zelda skin, it’s more of a sequel to a little-known Japan-only title, The Frog for Whom the Bell Tolls, than Link to the Past.


Peanut cheese bar – Earthbound (Mother 2)

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The Mother/Earthbound series of games stink! No, but really they’re just a fun, quirky culmination of both child and adult themes ranging from oh-so-silly to deadly serious. It’s almost as if the creators set out to make the player feel every single emotion in one easy to play video game. I laughed, I cried, I raged at trying to get a perfect rhythm chain each battle. It’s a super charming world in which it tries to replicate what I imagine would be a foreigners take on what America looked like if they had never visited.

And what’s better is that the intentionally kooky interpretation of western food churns out an array of wacky items. Hot Dog Sushi and Strawberry Tofu make an appearance in these games, just to list just a couple of the weirdest consumables (I later looked up “Hot Dog Sushi” and apparently it’s a ‘thing’ in Hawaii).

When eaten, you recover about 100 HP

When eaten, you recover about 100 HP

A Peanut Cheese Bar is also a treat Ness and the gang enjoy. However, before you take the bars name at face value, I must remind you that cheese can be sweet, ie cheesecake. Its not a gross cheddar cheese concoction (Although I’ve also seen that cheese and peanut butter sandwiches are enjoyed by Americans). So to pay my respect to a game I love, I made Peanut “Cheese” Bars myself. These feature a pretzel crust and a frozen peanut butter cheesecake filling. Enjoy!

Fun Fact: “This Game Stinks!” was the slogan for Earthbound. This is referring to the scratch and sniff stickers featured in the games manual.


3/4 cup margarine, softened
3 tablespoons brown sugar
2 1/2 cups crushed pretzels

1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese, softened
2 (5 ounce) cans sweetened condensed milk
3/4 cup peanut butter
1 1/2 tablespoons lemon juice
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 cup whipped cream


In a medium bowl, mix together margarine, sugar and pretzels. Press the mixture into a 9×13 inch baking pan. Chill for 10-15 minutes.

In a large bowl, beat cream cheese until fluffy. Gradually beat in condensed milk and peanut butter until smooth. Stir in lemon juice and vanilla. Fold in whipped cream. Pour into prepared tin. Freeze for 4 hours or until firm. This must always remain frozen! (Serves up to 12 as it is very filling).

Fun Fact: There are hundreds of pop culture references in Mother. A whopping 14 confirmed references are dedicated to The Beatles alone, including the bonus alternative names of the main characters themselves.


Donkey Kong’s Cake – Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze

A cake fit for a gorilla!

A cake fit for a gorilla!

Nintendo recently unveiled a new trailer for their upcoming game “Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze” featuring DK and the gang having an apetastic party being crashed by a flock of chilly enemies. Whats wrong with bad guys nowadays anyway? They don’t even have the common decency to let a gorilla enjoy his banana topped cake. I’ve always been a fan of DK and his chimp sidekick Diddy, with Donkey Kong Country being one of my top five favorite games ever. It has been and always will to such a thrill to play, no matter how many times I’ve played it. And in my honest opinion this new entry looks stunning, I personally cannot wait to get my hands on it, especially if its anything like Country.

Going back to the trailer, a glorious banana topped cake is displayed front and center, waiting for DK to blow it’s candle out. Unfortunately for this dexterous gorilla he couldn’t enjoy his cake. However, I recreated the same cake and DK is welcome ’round to share some with us!

Our time together was short and sweet.

Our time together was short and sweet.

Fun Fact: The fourth world in the first Land game is in fact the city that the very first Donkey Kong took place in, the one where the original Kong held Pauline hostage on top of a skyscraper.

Banana Cake:
125 g butter
3/4 cup sugar
2 eggs
1 cup mashed bananas
1 teaspoon baking soda
2 tablespoons hot milk
2 cups plain baking flour
1 teaspoon baking powder


Cream butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Add eggs one at a time, beating well after each addition. Add mashed banana and mix thoroughly.Stir soda into hot milk and add to creamed mixture.

Sift flour and baking powder together. Stir into creamed mixture until combined.

Divide into two greased and lined 20 cm round cake tins.Bake at 180°C for 50 minutes or until cakes springs back when lightly touched. Leave in tin for 10 minutes before turning out onto a cooling rack. Cakes can be filled with whipped cream and sliced bananas.



Banana Icing:
1 cup white sugar
1/3 cup water
1/4 teaspoon salt
2 egg whites
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 Tablespoon banana milkshake powder


In a saucepan, stir together the sugar and water. Cook over medium-high heat until the sugar is dissolved and the mixture is bubbly. Stir constantly.
In a medium mixing bowl, lets eggs whites and salt sit for a couple minutes. Whip the egg whites, salt and vanilla to soft peaks. Gradually add the sugar mixture while whipping constantly until stiff peaks form, about 7 to 10 minutes. Finally stir in the banana milkshake powder, add more if desired.

I covered the cake with a royal icing that I dyed brown, and topped with sprinkles and DK letters. It was almost too sweet, so if you do attempt to make this cake, be advised for future cavities.

Fun Fact: “Jungle Fantasy”, the Japanese OST for the original DKC, contained seven arranged songs, all exclusive to the soundtrack. The OST was eventually released in Amercia as “DK Jamz”, though out of all the arrangements, it only contained Jungle Groove, leaving out the other six songs.


Fallout 3 – Fancy Lad Snack Cakes


Fallout seems to be one of those game franchises you either love or hate, the Marmite of gaming, if you will. With rumors currently running rampant about the probable announcement of Fallout 4 I remember the old style charm and wit it so often summoned in its quirky post apocalyptic world. That’s what makes Fallout such a great game, the sheer size and vastness of the wasteland, along with the massive quest list you can complete (or not) and all in what would have been a brilliant retro 50’s era.

Another reason Fallout is such a great series is its countless nods to pop culture. It can be seen in many places in the game, and one of those places are in its food items. Fancy Lad Snack Cakes, a clear take on Hostess Snack Cakes, not only makes mention of such an iconic American brand, but also pokes fun at the dubiously long shelf life of the things. I mean, do they ever really expire?

So very fancy.

So very fancy.

Anyway, here is my take on what Fancy Lad Snack Cakes would possibly look like. There is never a clear picture of them, possibly out of fear Bethesda might be sued. However, it isn’t hard to imagine that they would look like Hostess cupcakes, with a bit of a twist: I made them in a round disc-like shape with a cursive “fl” on top instead of loop-de-loops. After all, you have to keep these cakes fancy.

Fun Fact: “The Plunger Room of Death” is a small area unmarked on the Pip-Boy world map. It is located South of the Chryslus Building, and East of Farragut West Metro Station. The entrance is a door underneath an intact bridge. Inside are dozens of toilet plungers and bloody hand prints on the walls.


Chocolate Cakes
1/2 cup Dutch-processed cocoa powder
1 cup boiling water
1 1/3 cups all purpose flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup unsalted butter, room temperature
1 cup granulated white sugar
2 large eggs
2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract

Chocolate Fudge Frosting:

4 ounces unsweetened chocolate, coarsely chopped
2/3 cup unsalted butter, room temperature
1 1/3 cups confectioners sugar
1 1/2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract


Tastier than a Stimpak.

Tastier than a Stimpak.

Chocolate Cakes:
Preheat oven to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C). Lightly oil a pudding tin and set aside.

In a small bowl stir until smooth the boiling hot water and the cocoa powder. Let cool to room temperature.

In another bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, and salt.

Beat the butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Add the eggs, one at a time, beating until smooth. Scrape down the sides of the bowl as needed. Beat in the vanilla extract. Add the flour mixture and beat only until incorporated. Then add the cooled cocoa mixture and stir until smooth. This will be slightly runny, don’t panic.

Fill each depression about two-thirds full with batter and bake for about 16 – 20 minutes or until risen, springy to the touch, and a toothpick inserted into a cake comes out clean. Remove from oven and place on a wire rack to cool. Once the cakes have completely cooled, frost with icing. You can either spread the frosting on the cake with a small spatula or if piping, fill cakes will white cream or custard then cover with chocolate frosting. Finally a simple milk + icing sugar frosting is piped on top to create the FL logo.

Chocolate Frosting:
Melt the chocolate in a heatproof bowl placed over a saucepan of simmering water. Remove from heat and let cool to room temperature.

Beat the butter until smooth and creamy. Add the sugar and beat until it is light and fluffy. Beat in the vanilla extract. Add the chocolate and beat until incorporated.

Makes about 24 cakes.

Fun fact: Wastelanders’ favorite cereal, Chocolate-Frosted Sugar Bombs, or also known simply as “Sugar Bombs”, are shaped like miniature nukes.

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Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars – Muku Cookies

With Christmas mere days away, I’m in full swing with baking Christmas themed cookies. I wanted to bake a few different kinds and although normal Christmas cookies are all well and good, I pulled some inspiration from my usual source: video games.

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars is one of those anomalies of a game that sounds like quite an odd concoction of ideas. However, a Mario RPG developed by Square and published by Nintendo just seemed crazy enough to work, and work it did. Featuring on many “Top [insert number here] Game” lists, SMRPG touts a colorful soundtrack, clean visuals (for the time) and chirpy dialogue. It really is a must play, and comes highly recommended by myself.

It even features cookies! When the item is used, the party summons a Mukumuku, who tries to hit a member of the party, but fails. The creature then hurts himself by throwing a bomb. For some reason, this recovers 69 HP for all party members.

A Muku Cookie

A Muku Cookie

For these cookies I used a simple shortbread recipe with buttercream icing, it makes it look nice and tastes great! Not to mention quite hard to mess up for anyone who is baking challenged.

Fun Fact: In the Japanese version, Bowser’s Haiku was instead a free-verse poem, which translated to “Why does everyone say ‘Mario, Mario’? My heart is very sad”, with his name at the end (as a sort of signature) instead of “Haiku”.

Shortbread Recipe

175g butter, softened
½ cup Icing Sugar
1½ cups plain flour
½ cup cornflour
Pinch of salt

Too cute to eat.

Too cute to eat.

Preheat oven to 150°C. Grease or line an oven tray with baking paper.
Beat butter and sugar until light and fluffy.
Sift in flour, cornflour and salt and mix thoroughly with the butter mixture until it forms a dough.
Knead dough, then roll out to 10mm thickness on a floured surface. Press out shapes using a biscuit cutter. Press remaining dough together and roll out again, press out shapes until mixture is used up.
Bake for 30 minutes or until pale golden.
Makes: about 14, can halve recipe.

I dyed a buttercream icing brown and then simply piped bear faces on top, and iced the sides. Simple!

Fun Fact: Bowser’s victory pose was changed when it was brought to the U.S. as it previously resembled the “Up yours!” gesture.


Bowl Of Grilled Bananas with Passionfruit Sauce – Guild Wars II

Although my journey into the world of MMOs ended at Final Fantasy XI, I can’t lie about the few times I would occasionally divert to other MMORPGs. FFXI was the gateway drug into Runescape, Everquest, Rift and Guild Wars II (shockingly enough, never World of Warcraft). And, although time spent with these games were fleeting, I can still remember what a huge role crafting played in the day to day continuation of these online experiences.

Obviously my favorite craft was cooking, and looking back at this particular recipe is so laughable, all you need are a banana, a bottle of Passionfruit sauce and presto! Magic happens before your very eyes. If only it were that easy in real life.

What's that orange stuff?

What’s that orange stuff?

Anyway, on to the recipe. I wanted to create something simple after the amount of time I had put into the Super Mario 64 cake and this fit the bill, it takes about 5 minutes.

Fun Fact: Traveling to many of the vistas entails a LOT of platforming for an MMORPG. Having jumping puzzles is also unusual in the MMO genre.

3 firm bananas
2 Tbsp of brown sugar
1 1/2 Tbsp of butter
Pulp from 2-3 passionfruit

Pre-heat the grill. Line a baking tray with foil.
Slice the bananas in half, length-ways. Spread the butter over the cut side. Place the bananas, cut side up, on the baking tray.
Sprinkle bananas with brown sugar. Grill for 4 minutes then gently turn bananas over and grill for another 4 minutes or until golden and soft.
Divide bananas equally amongst two serving dishes. Top with passionfruit pulp. If desired, serve with vanilla yoghurt, custard or even ice cream.

Fun Fact: To promote the “Dragon Bash” holiday, ArenaNet produced physical versions of the dragon piñatas that appear in game and sent them to assorted gaming journalists. I wonder what was inside?


Super Mario 64 – Mario’s Cake

Is there anything that says “I love you” more than making someone a Mario themed birthday cake? I think not. I mean, I personally could solely receive a huge cake for my birthday nowadays and be completely excited about it. This week, however, was my husband’s birthday, and I wanted to make it something special with a unique cake.

The cake as it appears at the end of Super Mario 64

The cake as it appears at the end of Super Mario 64

Princess Peach is also a firm believer of the phrase “The way to a mans heart is through his stomach”, constantly baking Mario cakes upon her rescue. It’s funny to think the entirety of Super Mario 64 starts upon the promise of cake, with Mario receiving this letter from Peach:

What a tease.

What a tease.

Unfortunately for Mario, this begins an insane quest to rescue Princess Peach and receive said cake. Thankfully for my husband, this cake requires no princess to be rescued, nor Koopas to be stomped, in order to relish in its deliciousness.

I’ll include the really easy cake and frosting recipe I use when I’m making a white cake, it’s super yummy and can even be used for cupcakes!

Fun Fact: Many fans of Super Mario 64 are convinced that Luigi is hidden inside the game somewhere, citing numerous, in-depth attempts to find him. However, Nintendo themselves have gone on record saying they didn’t include Luigi because they needed more room for levels.

White Cake

1 cup white sugar
1/2 (113g) cup butter
2 eggs
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
1 3/4 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 cup milk


Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease and flour a 9×9 inch pan.
In a medium bowl, cream together the sugar and butter. Beat in the eggs, one at a time, then stir in the vanilla. Combine flour and baking powder, add to the creamed mixture and mix well. Finally stir in the milk until batter is smooth. Pour or spoon batter into the prepared pan.
Bake for 30 to 40 minutes in the preheated oven. For cupcakes, bake 20 to 25 minutes. Cake is done when it springs back to the touch.

White Frosting

Fondant Peach - beautiful AND delicious

Fondant Peach – beautiful AND delicious

1 cup white sugar
1/3 cup water
1/4 teaspoon salt
2 egg whites
1 teaspoon vanilla extract


In a saucepan, stir together the sugar and water. Cook over medium-high heat until the sugar is dissolved and the mixture is bubbly. Stir constantly.
In a medium mixing bowl, lets eggs whites and salt sit for a couple minutes. Whip the egg whites, salt and vanilla to soft peaks. Gradually add the sugar mixture while whipping constantly until stiff peaks form, about 7 to 10 minutes.

I used a few things to assemble the cake. First I used a buttercream icing to smooth out the bases and fill in the gaps between the top and bottom layer. I then poured the white icing over the top of the cake to give it a similar effect to Peaches original cake. And finally, I sculpted the figures of Mario, Peach and the Star with my own two hands. Then I waited to serve before piping whipped cream and adding the fruit. It took me, in total, about 3 days as I’m a very busy Boo.

Fun Fact: Princess Peach doesn’t do too badly for herself either, she’s featured in more video games than any other female character in gaming history since her debut in 1985.


Final Fantasy XI – Moogle Pie

Moogle PieIt must be a sin to be a cooking blog called “Moogle Pie” without having made a Moogle pie. FFXI was one of the only MMOs I embarrassingly put way too much time into (I was a pretty amazing BLM and WHM, totally not bragging). And although there’s little reward for playing an MMO, what I gained in friendship made everything worth the effort. This is also where I was introduced to Moogle Pie, a rarer uncommonly crafted food consumable that was a bit more of a novelty item than actually any real use.

In-game screenshot of Moogle Pie.

In-game screenshot of Moogle Pie.

Moogles, as many familiar with the Final Fantasy series may know, are small winged creatures touting various responsibilities depending on what game you happen to be playing. But, usually it’s to help rather than hurt. I can’t imagine that they could have created something this yummy with their doughy paws though. They must have used a great Instagram filter.

Fun Fact: Moogles also appear in franchises other than Final Fantasy;
Kingdom Hearts, Mario Sports Mix and Secret of Mana also feature this loveable mascot.


1 recipe pastry for a 9 inch double crust pie
1/4 cup unsalted butter
1 1/2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
1/4 cup white sugar
1/4 cup packed brown sugar
1/4 cup water
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
4 Granny Smith apples – peeled, cored and sliced


Melt butter in a sauce pan. Stir in flour to form a paste. Add white sugar, brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg and water; bring to a boil. Reduce temperature, and simmer 5 minutes. Do not let boil or burn.

Meanwhile, roll out half of the crust on a floured surface until about half a centimeter thickness, into the shape of a large oval. Fill center with apples, mounded slightly down the center of the pastry. Gently spoon half of the sugar and butter liquid over the apples.

To plait pastry, cut 1 inch wide strips on either side of the apple mixture and make sure they’re nearly long enough to reach the other side of the apple mixture. Fold each strip of pastry to the other side, alternating sides.

If desired, brush an egg wash over your Moogle pie and sprinkle a little sugar on top. I personally think this makes it look nicer, but it’s personal preference. Bake 20 minutes at 425 degrees F (220 degrees C).

Fun Fact: Square Enix’s cafe Artnia serves pancakes with a Moogle motif. Cute AND tasty.

No spells involved, but still tastes magical!

No spells involved, but still tastes magical!

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Kingdom Hearts – Sea Salt Ice Cream

With summer upon us here in sunny New Zealand (Sorry to all those in the northern hemisphere), it’s time to break out the shorts, kick back and enjoy some ice cream. Kingdom Hearts I & II was one of the first games my husband and I played together, so I guess you could say it’s among one of my favorite game series. And what’s not to like? It’s a beautiful marriage between Disney and Final Fantasy, very much like the sweet and salty combination in Sea Salt Ice cream. I had made sea salt ice cream before, and since then it’s become a summer staple.

Sora and Roxas enjoying their ice creams

Sora and Roxas enjoying their ice creams

After KH 3 was announced and the HD rerelease came out, the cravings for a salty sweet treat creeped back into my stomach. So perhaps you could also enjoy your summer vacation with these sweet treats.

Fun Fact: Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch boasts its own version of a Salted Ice Cream treat. Though the icon is strongly reminiscent of mint chocolate chip.

Sea Salt Ice Cream:
4 egg yolks
2 cups evaporated milk
1/3 cup sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup heavy whipping cream
sea salt to taste
blue food coloring (optional)
Green food coloring (optional)
ice pop molds (optional)

[disclaimer] I did not use an ice cream maker. If using molds keep checking ice cream to make sure mixture isn’t separating or doing anything strange. If so, just give it a quick mix until frozen solid.ice cream moulds

• Mix the egg yolks and sugar together until thick and creamy.
• In a medium saucepan bring evaporated milk to boil over medium heat, stirring occasionally.
• Slowly pour hot milk into yolk/sugar mixture and mix well. Warning: make sure to temper the yolks, this means only add a little of the milk mixture until the yolks are the same temperature. You don’t want your yolks to cook!
• Pour milk/yolk/sugar mixture back into saucepan and heat on medium until a custard consistency is achieved. Do not boil.
• Put mixture in fridge to cool.
• In a separate bowl, whip the heavy whipping cream until soft peaks form.
• Once the custard has cooled, add whipped cream, vanilla and coloring to mixture.
• Add sea salt (keeping adding salt until it tastes salty sweet, it’s up to you).
• Freeze. If you wish, get some ice pop molds. Other websites suggest spraying a bit of PAM inside the molds so that the ice cream comes out easily, but I never do this. It’s easy enough to run the mold under a hot water tap for a few seconds then pull the ice cream out. Also, if you have no molds, ice cube trays or cake pans work just fine. Cover while freezing.

All that’s left to do now is find a nearby clock tower to enjoy your very own Sea Salt Ice cream.

Fun Fact: Series creator Tetsuya Nomura originally had sea salt ice cream on a trip to Tokyo DisneySea. He enjoyed it so much that he decided to include it in Kingdom Hearts II, using it as a treat that kids would typically enjoy during summer vacation.

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