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Cookie Butter Mochi from the Poi Dog Snack Shop food truck

Poi mochi (Stolen from Ono Kine Recipes) Courtesy of Charmaine Naauao-Ocasek, president, Uncle Lani's Hawaiian Poi Mochi Ingredients: Vegetable oil 1 10-ounce package mochiko (Asian sweet-rice flour) 3 cups sugar 1 12-ounce bag poi 5 cups water Heat 1-inch of cooking oil in skillet at 300 degrees. Mix mochiko, sugar, poi and water; blend well. Drop batter by teaspoonful in hot oil. Fry until golden brown. Drain on paper towels. Makes 3 to 4 dozen.

Poi Mochi Balls: 1 bag poi 1 cup water 1 cup coconut milk 1 ¼ cup white sugar 1 box mochiko flour 4 cups cooking oil Mix all five ingredients together in a large bowl until you have a nice smooth consistency. Heat large wok with 4 cups of oil until sizzling hot now take a melon ball scooper or a tablespoon and drop your poi mochi balls one by one in the hot oil. Fry all mochi balls the same way and lay it in a large bowl covered with a few napkins to drains out any excess oil. Let it cool.

Poi Malasadas ..... nothing compares to this. Only in Hawaii

Strawberry & Poi Malasadas. Delicious!

Mochi is Japanese rice cake made of mochigome, a short-grain japonica glutinous rice. The rice is pounded into paste and molded into the desired shape. It is very popular in Hawaii and comes in many flavors and shapes.

Gluten Free Coconut Mochi Cake w Sweet Red Bean Filling. Can't wait to try this recipe. recipe adapted from Rachel Laudan yield: Makes 12 large or 48 mini-squares

Une-deux senses: Coconut Mochi Cake - sounds interesting and delish!

I can never allow myself to have an entire one of these at the fair... but a bite sized one perhaps!

Malasadas - must get them from Leonard's in Kapahulu (the best) and must eat them when they are still hot! Awesome.

I would love to try these yummers called Poi Malasadas from Kamehameha Bakery in Hawaii!