Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Project: Homemade Pocky!

EN

I love eating Pocky’s and unfortunately my country isn’t popular selling them (only in Chinatown). But if you have breadsticks and chocolate, making your own Pocky is easy and fun and quite a party approval as well! Speaking of party today is my birthday as well!

Being a kid I always look forward for my birthdays. Being now older and (hopefully) wiser I’m looking a little less forward, *sigh*. But not the food part of course because food at parties or any occasion is the best! Just like these homemade Pocky’s c: 
Please try them out!
NL

Ik hou van Pocky’s maar helaas is de verkoop van Pocky’s hier in Nederland niet echt op rolletjes en alleen verkrijgbaar in toko’s. Maar wat nou als je soepstengels en chocola hebt? Precies, homemade Pocky’s maken natuurlijk! Ze zijn leuk en onwijs makkelijk te maken en best wel een hoog party gehalte. Over party gesproken, vandaag ben ik jarig!

Mijn verjaardag kijk ik ontzettend naar uit, tenminste toen ik kind was. Nu ik wat ouder ben verzucht ik me weer bij deze gelegenheid. Gelukkig speelt voedsel een groot rol en lekker eten is toch belangrijk? En daar hoort deze zelfgemaakte Pocky’s ook bij c:  

Da Recipe: breadsticks, chocolate (pure, milk, white), any desired deco's such as sprinkles, M&M's, grated coconut, nuts etc...

How I crush almonds. I just didn't want to wash my blender lol. 

 If you want to store them (2-3 days), make sure its air tight! Otherwise it will lose the crunchyness. 
Da Steps:

  1. Melt chocolate as written on package. Careful not burning it! 
  2. Coat the breadsticks in melted chocolate and dunk it in your favorite toppings!
Good luck! 

28 comments :

  1. GENIUS!
    Ze zijn zoooo leuk :D
    Nogmaals GEFELICITEERD!! Xx

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  2. Dit ziet er zo leuk uit! Is het met soepstengels wel net zo lekker? Ben niet gewend om chocola op m'n soepstengels te doen haha.

    En gefeliciteerd met je verjaardag!

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  3. Happy birthday!! I've never had pocky before—but definitely seems like something I would love! These would be great for the holidays :)

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  4. This is a great idea! Thanks for the recipe! :)

    xxDenysia Yu
    http://thatlaitgirl.com

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  5. Wow this is seriously amazing! Need to try this! Thanks for sharing xo

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  6. Ahh I definitely prefer your big Pocky to the thin ones you get in real Pocky. What a cute idea as a Christmas stocking filler as well. :o your birthday is two days before mine! Happy birthday!! I hope you've had a lovely day :)

    Jade | JadeFungBlog

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  7. That's such a good idea! This would be such a cute thing to do at a party. (:

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  8. *GASP* I think you just saved Christmas for me!
    Haha these would make great stocking stuffers! Thank you so much for sharing the recipe! :]

    xo Deborah
    Coffee, Prose, and Pretty Clothes

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  9. Happy Birthday Mei!!! May you be optimistic and happy everyday!

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  10. Excuse me as I drool, this looks SO tasty!! Also, nice move with the lazy almond crushing haha it definitely does the trick ;)

    xo marlen
    Messages on a Napkin

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  11. I looove pocky!! <33 they're soo good!! Ugh, I'd love to make pocky myself but I'm horrible at baking and cooking!! >"< Gosh, your pocky looks delicious with the extra texture of those toppings!! Yum! :D xx

    -Nikkie
    Chic Nikkie
    Bloglovin' | Facebook

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  12. This is such a lovely DIY. Your pictures are as usual so lovely to look at !
    Sara,
    http://thecrimeofashion.blogspot.fr

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  13. oh my god.

    I SHOULD BOW DOWN TO YOU.

    thank you for this omg i'm a pocky freak and this is just. so. genius. of you *o*

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  14. Gefeliciteerd! :D
    Ziet er goed uit! :]

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  15. woah! it sounds so simple to make!! :O
    i might as well make some them! :D :D :D

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  16. Looks so yummy! <3

    http://bitacoradelua.blogspot.com/

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  17. ohh that is such a good idea for a christmas stocking gift :D you are talented pretty lady!

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  18. Oh yummy! These look even tastier as the ratio of chocolate is so much larger. I'd prefer these over peppermint candy canes.

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  19. so awesome. and beautiful! these would make perfect gifts! would love to try and make some one day. i used to love pocky too. it was a big part of my childhood. i remember when it turned november 11, 2011 everyone went crazy with pocky! did you know that november 11 is pepero (that's what they call pocky in korea) day?

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  20. Ziet er zo leuk en lekker uit! Nog gefeliciteerd!

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  21. Ohh they would make perfect gifts, they look so professional all wrapped up. You're a talented lady <3

    Jennie xo | sailorjennie.com

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  22. yay!:) what a great idea!:) they look so delicious!♥ and happy birthday sweetie!

    www.lorietta.cz

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  23. Thank you so much for this! It looks fantastic and tasty.. *___*
    Happy belated birthday to you as well. <3

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  24. Your Pocky looks so much better than the store bought kind

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  25. Yummy! I need to do this next time for Valentines here :)

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  26. I did something like this last year but used too much salt! Haha ny nephew was like "too much salt" I love how you packaged these.

    Allie of ALLIE NYC
    allienyc.com

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