Omakase Berry Daifuku

The Omakase Berry Daifuku takes our delicately sweet Omakase Berries and wraps them with red bean paste and a delicious mochi wrapper.

Introducing the Omakase Berry Daifuku. This Japanese dessert takes fresh Omakase Berries and wraps them in red bean paste and a deliciously chewy mochi wrapper. It's a dessert perfect for any time of year. 



1 tray of 8 Oishii Omakase Berries

1.5 cups red bean paste

1 cup glutinous rice flour

1/4 cup sugar

1 cup water

1/4 cup cornstarch



1. Cut the stems off of the berries and set aside

2. Cover each berry with red bean paste. It helps to wash your hands between each one as the red bean paste can get quite sticky.

3. Place in the fridge until your mochi is ready.

4. In a microwave safe mixing bowl- combine glutinous rice flour, sugar, and water. Stir until fully combined.

5. Cover with plastic wrap and microwave for 1 minute.

6. Mix and then cover and microwave again for 30 seconds.

7. Mix and cover and microwave again for another 30 seconds.

8. When the mochi is thick and hard to stir you'll know it's ready. It will also turn more translucent.

9. Let the mochi cool and sprinkle cornstarch onto parchment paper.

10. When the mochi is cool, add to the cornstarch and cut into 8 equal pieces.

11. Roll each piece into a flattened round.

12. Add the red bean paste covered berry to the middle of your round mochi and fold the sides in to create a uniform round shape.

Enjoy! These are best eaten immediately after serving.