Pom Pom Purin Dessert Recipe


Pom Pom Purin is one of my favourite Sanrio characters. This month a special Pom Pom Purin Cafe will open it’s doors in Harajuku. But since we don’t all live in japan, I thought it would be nice to make a Purin themed dessert.

The Japanese word Purin refers to Custard Pudding. It’s basically a mix of eggs, milk, sugar and vanilla. You can make Purin at home from scratch, which isn’t that hard. But since I didn’t have much time to take pictures, I decided to go with ready made custard. I had no luck finding custard in the supermarket without additives in it. So I decided to buy vanilla curd from our local Biological grocery store. The downside is that it was very light yellow colored, almost white. To be honest I had to touch the color of the curd up a bit in the photo’s.


  • You will need:
  • Custard pudding or another vanilla flavored dessert
  • Greek yogurt or whipped cream
  • Small round chocolate cookie
  • Mini chocolate bar
  • Glass (diameter of about 8 cm / 9 oz.)
  • Spoon
  • Small knife
  • Light colored permanent marker
  • Black permanent marker
  • White paper
  • Washi tape


1. Print or draw Pom Pom Purin’s Face on a piece of white paper. Attach the face to the inside of the glass with washi tape and draw the outlines with a light colored marker.


2. Remove the pattern and place a piece of plain paper on the inside of the glass. Now take your time to finalize the face with a black marker. Remember that you can always remove the marker if you aren’t planning to use the decorated glass again, or if the face didn’t come out as planned the first time.


3. Time to create your dessert! Place the custard pudding or curd in the glass with a spoon and end it a little above the eyes.
4. Add a layer of Greek yogurt or whipped cream, leave some space for the cookie.
5. The chocolate cookie will form Pom’s beret, gently place it on top of the dessert.
6. Cut a small piece of chocolate bar for top of the beret. You could heat it a little to attach it to the cookie.


7. Yay, your dessert is done and ready to be served!


Alternatively you can draw variations of the face or use other toppings for the cookie beret, such as a mint leaf or cherry.



Create a Japanese Halloween Party!

Halloween has only been celebrated in Japan for the last 6 years. The American Holiday found it’s way to Japan through a “Disney Happy Halloween” in Disneyland Tokyo. Japan gave their own kawaii twist to the scary event and companies started to share Halloween crafts online. I’ve dug up some DIY projects up for you, which would be perfect for a creepy cute party! Ghost



Firstly you could craft some kawaii invitations for your party. The ghost card above is a little more complicated to make, but Canon also provides a more simple black cat card.


This cute halloween letter paper is a collaboration between Yahoo and Sanrio. Download the PDF by pressing the red button.



I suspect these kawaii masks are intended for children, but you could either enlarge them or tape a wood skewer to the back and remove the grey parts. This way you can hold the mask in front of your face.
Click on the orange button with squirrel to download the mask of your choice.



Spice up your party with some scary food and drink decorations. I love the witch hat and those straw decorations! Scroll down on the Housefoods website to find the patterns.


If you’ve got some time on your hands, you could impress guests by crafting this jack-o’-lantern paper mobile.


Easily transform your place into a bat cave with Canon’s cute ghost and bat printables.


What’s a party without food, right? Don’t worry, I’ll post some cute halloween treats and sushi ideas later this month. For now I hope you’ll have fun with the printables!

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