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Jasmine Cream Puffs

These jasmine cream puffs are filled with jasmine tea-scented whipped cream, drizzled with white chocolate, and sprinkled with freeze-dried strawberries and matcha. They're light and gently sweet, for a dessert that doesn't make you feel like an anvil popped up in your stomach.

Also, do you think that these look like takoyaki? Inquiring minds would like to know.

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Yes please!! They look and sound delicious! I could make these for a tea party😊
thanks! these would be so tasty at a tea party (:
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