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Aunyarat Watanabe is a freelance illustrator, who loves coffee, traveling and photography. She studied graphic design at Sydney Martin College. Her main influences are food and travel! She is currently living and working in Tokyo. If you would like to contact her with any questions or just to say hello, please do.

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Nasu Dengaku, Miso Glazed Eggplant by AW Illustrations

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Miso-glazed dishes are called Dengaku in Japanese. This classic Japanese side dish, Nasu(eggplant) Dengaku is very popular especially this time of year since eggplant is seen as a tasty autumn delicacy in Japan. The juicy eggplant and rich miso flavor really go well with each other!

How to Make Matcha by AW Illustrations

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You've probably tried matcha at least once - as matcha latte, matcha ice cream, but how about in it's pure form as hot tea? It's really not that difficult to make tasty matcha tea at home!

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Carrot Ginger Pancakes by AW Illustrations

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Who wouldn’t love to wake up to homemade golden pancakes? Let’s build yummy endless pancake layers!

Nutty Fresh Spring Rolls by AW Illustrations

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This nutty fresh spring rolls are very easy and healthy. Plus, you don't need to prepare sauce plates because the nutty sauce is already wrapped inside! The rolls just go straight into your mouth! How convenient!
You can use boiled chicken breast instead of shrimp, if you want.

Banana Vanilla Yogurt Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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Wondering what to do with your overripe bananas? Try out this recipe!! I love vanilla ice cream and usually eat it in a cup but I thought that it would be fun to enjoy it with a little twist :) These ice pops are super quick to prepare and your overripe bananas will become superstars!

Rainbow Rocket Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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Let’s take off on an ice pop adventure! These are definitely my dream ice pops! Making lots of layers needs a bit of patience but your efforts will be totally paid off when you remove your rocket ice pops from molds. This is how you can be creative in your kitchen!

Creamy Caffe Latte Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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This recipe is for coffee lovers like me.
When it's hot out, why don't you take a walk with this icy coffee delight on a stick!

Sunshine Lemonade Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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There is nothing more refreshing than a glass of fresh lemonade on a hot summer day. You can enjoy this typical summer drink with a little twist! This sunshine lemonade ice pops are super easy to make. Lemon, water, honey, that's it! I put juice from grated ginger to add a bit of tanginess. If you want a more intense lemon flavor, add the zest of the lemon instead of ginger juice. :)

silky vichyssoise ice cubes by AW Illustrations

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Vichyssoise, a cold leek and potato soup, is perfect for a hot summer day! I love the silky texture and its beautiful milky color. This delicious creamy soup is typically served chilled. So why not chill it a little bit more! :)

Papaya Coconut Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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When I was in Thailand, coconuts and papayas were everywhere. I often bought ripend papayas from a local market near by where you could buy fresh vegetables and fruits at quite affordable prices. I remember the smell of ripend papayas was so irresistible there. Right after coming back from the market, I cored a half-cut papaya and always put my favorite coconut ice cream in it! That was my favorite treat on a hot day and it looked just like a lovely yummy boat floating on a tropical ocean! The combination of papaya and coconut is simply divine. These papaya coconut ice pops are reproduction of my favorite icy delight in Bangkok in a bit different form :)

Pear Yoghurt Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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I love pears so much. They are so cute-looking and rich in variety. Having yoghurt with chopped pears would be a nice quick breakfast for your busy morning this time of year. Both ripend pears and yoghurt have silky creamy texture, so they beautifully merge into each other when they together transform into ice pops!

Persimmon Hoji Tea Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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My grand parents had a big persimmon tree in their yard. When I was little we would pick its beautiful jewel-like fruits together. My grandpa always told me to leave some fruits for birds. At the porch, we ate the freshly picked persimmons with hoji tea watching little birds pecking the leftover fruits still hanging from the tree branches. This time of year, whenever I see persimmons at a market, it reminds me of the lovely tea time with my grands.

Figgy Firework Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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Slicing figs is always such an excitement! I love the beautiful floral pattern gooey inside. It reminds me of gorgeous fireworks in the summer night sky!

Wild Cheetah Passion Fruit Pops by AW Illustrations

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Because of their tropical nature, passion fruits and coconut milk really go well together. The creamy texture and the punchy tart flavor are perfect in these frozen pops!

Cinnamon Fig Woodland Pops by AW Illustrations

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These little yummy cubicles are so easy to make. You can use your ice tray instead of ice pop molds. I think figs really go well with any kind of spice. Especially Cinnamon! It is a great spice that makes this sweet treat
more delicious and earthy! If you insert some small twigs that you find in your yard, they would look even natural!

Grape Tomato Forest pops by AW Illustrations

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Cherry tomatoes and green grapes, these two adorable fruits can be a great combination when they together transform into refreshing icy treats! Cut in half, they look even cuter :) You can use grapefruit juice instead of apple juice if you want a more tangy refreshment!

Bitter Melon Garden Pops by AW Illustrations

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If you want something tangy for refreshment on a hot summer day, these rich vitami C pops are the ones you should go for! But you have to be a bit careful because raw bitter melons are really BITTER! So, in order to reduce its bitter flavor, I recommend you should slice them thinly and sprinkle a pinch of salt, then after 15 minutes, wash the salt off. When I first tried this recipe, I carelessly sliced them rather thick and didn't salt them. So they tasted super-duper BITTER!! Please don't make the same mistake as mine except only when you want something ultra punchy!

Salty Lychee Circus Pops by AW Illustrations

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Lychee is one of my favorite tropical fruits. Whenever I’m lucky enough to get fresh lychees, my stomach goes like circus with glee! This delicious, fragrant fruit is perfect for summer pops. Also a pinch of salt helps you stay hydrated and the subtle salty flavor makes the pops POP more!

Festive Avocado Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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This is an utterly easy and delightful recipe! Just blend avocado and freeze it! then you will have this creamy icy delight. It's like magic! The only hard part is just waiting in front of the freezer :)

Earthy Carrot Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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These earthy/healthy pops are quite easy to make and incredibly refreshing! You can add fresh mango if you want more sweetness and fruity flavor :)

Kiwi Birdy Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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These delightful kiwi pops are packed with plenty of Vitamin C! They are as delicious as they are healthy :)

Pineapple Lassi Umbrella ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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Pineapple lassi is one of my favorite drinks in the world! I love the combination of fresh tartness of pineapple and creamy yogurt. These two flavors are awesome together and it's even more fabulous when they transform into elegant frozen umbrellas:)

Watermelon Light House Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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There is nothing more refreshing and thirst-quenching than icy-cold watermelon on a hot day!
You can make a lot more colorful layers using yellow watermelon or whatever vivid colour fruit you can think of. :)

Minty Cucumber Spa Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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These healthy and hydrating ice pops are perfect for your spa time and utterly refreshing!!

Coconut Lime Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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Coconut and lime is one of my all-time favorite flavor combinations :) My love for coconut started when I lived in Bangkok. Coconuts were used in almost all recipes of Thai cuisine – curries, soups and sweets. This ice pop recipe really brings back memories of Thailand!

Vietnamese Coffee Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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I came up with this ice pop recipe when I visited Hanoi. I had so many cups of vietnamese coffee which was ubiquitous in the city. Their coffee comes with rich condesed milk. As the milk is so thick, the coffee and the milk separate out completely in a glass. I love the perfect two-tone colour. So beautiful!

Lotus Tea Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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Vietnamese lotus tea smells so relaxing. I love to have it ice cold on a hot day! Lotus tea bags and candied lotus seeds are available at Asian grocery stores. You can also use roasted peanuts instead of candied lotus seeds.

Green Garden Minestrone by AW Illustrations

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If you don't have a gorgeous garden on your own living in the middle of city, then create a little minuture edible garden on your table! To make this soup beautifully green, use fresh green tomatoes instead of red ones.

Earthy Potages by AW Illustrations

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Let's explore the wonderful world of root vegetables! You can make potage with almost all different kinds of root vegetables. I wanna try to cook as many kinds as possible. So far, my favorite is the snowy white turnip potage :))

Creamy Cauliflower Soup by AW Illustrations

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Who could resist this beautiful soup made of such a lovely vegetable? Enjoy the silky smooth texture and snowy white color. Spice it up with bright pink peppercorns or diced red pepper.

Spicy Couscous Soup by AW Illustrations

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What's not to love about couscous? This lovely food is very healthy, nutritious and easy to digest. I love it when the tiny pearl -like grains are all over my soup. Combined with little chickpeas, it looks even cuter!

Tom Yum-Yum Goong Soup by AW Illustrations

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Tom Yum Goong is always one of my favorite Thai cuisines! This spicy soup is so savory and addictive.
You can use frozen shrimp and chicken stock instead, but I really recommend using fresh shrimp and make a nice broth as the recipe guides. Best Tom Yum Goong calls for a good shrimp stock and it is so much YUMMIER!!

Yogurt Ghost Pops by AW Illustrations

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When I was a child, I wished for a little ghost pet. Now my dream has finally come true and they come in forms of popsicles! Yay! These adorable ghost delights are perfect for mid-night pajama parties, too!

Witch's Pumpkin Soup pops by AW Illustrations

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Your leftover pumpkin soup would magically transform into lovely frozen delights! To spice it up, you can add a bit of grated ginger and curry powder, if you want.

Citrus Everest Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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Citrus ice pops are probably one of the easiest recipes of all. Just orange juice and slices of lemon/orange would make perfect ice pops! So why not give a little twist and make your pops more adorable? You can add milk and yogurt as a white snow part, and utterly transform your citrus pops into snow-capped Mount Everest! Even a snow leopard would be happy about it!

Very Berry Milk Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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When I was little, I didn't like milk at all, so my mother used a little magic. She transformed milk into these yummy sweet treats with fresh berries! From then on, my phobia of milk had completely gone, and these milk ice pops became my dear dear friends!

Hot Gazpacho Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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Ice pops don't have to be always sweet treats. They can be nice appetizer or even main dish! You'll be in awe when your summer gaspacho soup utterly transformed into lovely ice pops! This bright- red -hot, yet cool and chilly, recipe is perfect especially for summer out-door parties!

Chilli Chilly Chocolate Hills Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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I think chocolate is one of the most incredible inventions in the history of mankind. I especially love bitter ones with a hint of spicy chili! This combination wonderfully works on ice pop recipes, too! You might think I just made up this yummy hills by my imagination, right? But the place called "Chocolate Hills" really exists in the Filippines!!! and cute little tarsiers(the smallest primate on earth) are living there :)))

Spicy Green Mango Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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Green mangos are very popular in Thailand. I would buy a bag of chopped green mango from a street vendor when I lived in Bangkok, and it always came with a small plastic bag with prik kluea(salt and chili powder)to dip. I was a bit skeptical at first, but it tasted soo good!! The spicy touch really brings out the mango's delicate sweetness, so why not for ice pops, too!!

Masala Chai Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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This recipe reminds me of a little chai stand I came across when I traveled in Jaipur, India. Their spicy masala chai was the best I'd ever had! I really miss the chai stand and the exotic atmosphere of the beautiful Indian pink city.

Mermaid Pearl Milk Tea by AW Illustrations

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I first encountered pearl milk tea when I visited my friend in Taiwan many years ago. Since then I have been a big fan of this lovely drink. I love the chewy texture of tapiocas and the feeling of balls rolling on my tongue through a big straw :))) 

Pearly Watermelon Jelly by AW Illustrations

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Watermelon is probably the most familiar fruit of all for me when I lived in Thailand. I ate it almost EVERYDAY and whenever I bought slices of it from a street vendor, I always picked the red and yellow one together. I just loved the cheerful color combination! This color-pallete-like jelly recipe reminds me of many of the memories I experienced in Bangkok and is perfect for hot summer days!

Island Hopping Coffee Float by AW Illustrations

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If you are a coffee/ice cream addict then this is the recipe for you! The bitterness of coffee and the aroma really go well with rich sweet ice cream. You can add salted nuts or more! scoops of ice cream if you want! 

Salty Pineapple Lassi by AW Illustrations

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Lassi is one of my favorite drinks. It has a large variety of combination from plain to mango to almost any kind of tropical fruit. I would go for pineapple with a hint of salt when it gets really hot in the summer! It'll be perfect if it comes with yummy spicy Indian curry too!

Tropical Papaya Milk Shake by AW Illustrations

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Simple Recipe for Summer Drink!!

Sunshine Lemonade with Golden Honey by AW Illustrations

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Perfect Drink for The Summertime!! :))

Dragon Fruit Sorbet by AW Illustrations

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Dragon fruits are one of my favorite summer fruits!
This is a very easy recipe for a tropical flavor sorbet.

Sushi Rolls by AW Illustrations

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The wonderful thing about sushi rolls is that it goes well
with any ingredients. Come up with any ingredient you want,
and make your sushi unique and special!

Miso Soup by AW Illustrations

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The wonderful thing about miso soup is that it goes well
with any ingredients. Come up with any ingredient you want,
and make your miso soup unique and special!

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Cheerful Drive! by AW Illustrations

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My mother always told me not to play with my food, and I never listened. :)))
It's really fun to create your yummy imaginary world. So exciting! Not only that, you can eat them. Double the goodness!!

Rainy Day Cookies by AW Illustrations

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It's raining, but no need to feel blue! Just play with your cookies and make your day super delightful! It must be so much fun to play in the candy rain. :)))

Fig & Cider Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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I know it's already September and a bit too late to submit an icy recipe, but I just couldn't help sharing this because it's soooo yummy and super fun/easy to make :))

Watermelon Ice Pops by AW Illustrations

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I know it's already September and a bit too late to submit an icy recipe, but I just couldn't help sharing this because it's soooo yummy and super fun/easy to make :))

Avocado Boats!! by AW Illustrations

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Where are they heading in the avocado boats!?
Treasure Island!? The South Pole!? Watch out for the monster octopus!!
Imagine it can take you anyplace!
This is a super simple recipe. I hope kids will enjoy it!!

Alien Party! by AW Illustrations

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You can have a party just like this! Make your own space world on your table! Be an astronaut and journey to Mars pizza with the sausage aliens!!