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Don Don Donki Has New Strawberry Cream Cheese Mochi Sandwiches

14th July 2022

Don Don Donki mochi sandwich dessert

Going to Don Don Donki (DDDK) is pretty much a national pastime at this point, especially since the Japanese supermarket constantly brings in new must-try desserts and snacks. We recently saw intel that DDDK has brought in a new mochi sandwich dessert, spotted by Instagram user @breadinosaur.

donki mochi sandwiches
Image credit: @breadinosaur

There are apparently a handful of different mochi sandwich flavours, including a Strawberry Rare Cheese flavour reminiscent of the strawberry cream cheese snacks popular in Japan.

don don donki mochi sandwich
Image credit: @breadinosaur

Priced at around $5, this mochi sandwich comes with super soft rice mochi and a cream cheese filling, with a strawberry jelly centre. The dessert is sold in a pack of two, and is found in DDDK’s dessert section.


Image credit: @breadinosaur

This mochi sandwich is not to be confused with the Tokyo Waffle Club waffle mochi sandwiches that DDDK also sells as a dessert. For these, thin, crispy meringue waffles encase a cream filling and a flavoured mochi centre.

tokyo waffle club mochi sandwich
Image credit: KL Foodie

The waffle mochi snack comes in three flavours: chocolate, custard, and jam.

ddk-wagyu-kushi-promo
Image credit: @donkisg

In other Donki news, the supermarket has brought their Wagyu kushi skewers to Singapore, after the product went viral in Malaysia. These skewers are available at $4.90, and are made with 100% Japanese Wagyu beef sourced from the Kagoshima prefecture.

The skewers are exclusively available at 100AM and Orchard Cineleisure outlets.

Don Don Donki is also currently running their Great Singapore Sale, till 31 July. Get popular snacks such as their Pretz sticks, flavoured Swiss roll, Pocky, and many more at a discount.

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Featured image adapted from @breadinosaur

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