Daifuku, or red bean cakes, are a fun little naturally gluten-free snackeroo you can often find in Asian food markets. They remind me of dumplings, but instead of a wheaty pocket with salty insides, they’re made from mochi (a delightfully chewy rice pastry) and filled with sweet red beans. Located in the refrigerated section, they come in several flavors (colors?), although I confess I don’t taste much difference between them except for the one coated in sesame seeds. The rice is a tad sweet – just enough to satisfy the kid in you but not enough to make you apologize to your thighs. Try them, try them, you will see…

Naturally Gluten-Free: Red Bean Cake

Naturally Gluten-Free: Red Bean Cake