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In Oh Do You Know the Poffin Plan!, a recipe for poffins was given as follows. "First, you put your berries in a pot of cold water. Then you turn the heat up all the way while stirring non-stop...once it's fully cooked down, you pour it into [a] mold."




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However, it's also made clear that different Pokemon will like different recipes. Since poffins look like the Japanese treat anpan, I was inspired to make a sweet pink poffin with Bluk Berries (blueberries and blackberries). These sweet buns stuffed with citrus and berries taste even better the next day. To make the pink color, I used beet purée and lemon juice. If you'd rather use food coloring (or no coloring at all), replace the beet root and lemon juice with food coloring as desired, 1/4 cup more water, and 1 more tablespoon of milk.


Choose up to four berries to make your poffin, then get cooking. You need to stir the batter slowly at first, then carefully pick up the speed as the colour changes. Picking a variety of berries, preferably with strong but similar flavours increases your chances of getting higher quality poffins.


To make poffins you need berries. Look at the berries tag before you put them in the bowl. Then it usually says what flavour they are on the label so you can decide what flavour to make. Before you ask the lady about making them look at your Pokemon and see what flavour they like. That way you know what sort of poffins to make! Try not to spill or burn your poffins, then you have pretty much a PERFECT poffin!!! :)


Hearthome City is the proud home of Pokemon Super Contests, where people with too much time and money attempt to impress a bunch of stuck-up judges for a boost to their fragile egos. Since you're already the national champion of pokemon battling, why not assert your dominance over the show circuit as well?


In order to get started in your Super Contest career, you'll first need lots and lots of berries. You've no doubt seen berry trees throughout Sinnoh, and perhaps you've picked and used a few to give your pokemon a boost in battle. But the real purpose of berries is to boost your Pokemon's abilities for the Super Contests by baking them into a food called Poffin.


Once you've got a good berry harvest going, you can take them to the bakery in Hearthome to make poffins. Poffins are treats that can be fed to Pokemon to increase their ability in certain categories for the Super Contests. By using the Check Tag option on a berry, you can see what sort of flavor they have, and what attributes they will enhance when baked into poffin. Here's a quick chart for you:


Poffin baking is pretty simple. Choose the berry you want to cook, and then follow the onscreen prompts as you stir the mix using the DS touchscreen and stylus. Stir quickly, but not too fast - if you're too speedy with the mixing, the batter will overflow and the poffin will lose some of its potency. Don't hesitate for too long, either, as poffins will burn if they aren't stirred fast enough. When the batter begins to dry and change color to a darker brown, however, you can start stirring as quickly as you'd like to finish it off. Poffins can also be cooked in a group with up to 3 other players to increase their quality, but make sure you don't use more than one of the same berry in a single mixture - if you do, you'll all wind up with nasty-tasting Black Poffin. Yecch.


Once you're done cooking, you can feed poffin to your pokemon to permanently boost their contest attributes. Keep in mind that pokemon all enjoy different types of food. Feeding a pokemon poffin in a flavor it likes will increase its happiness, while feeding it poffin it dislikes will make it angry. If you're trying to evolve a pokemon that has a happiness-based evolution, you might want to watch what you feed it. Even if it does like what you give it, you can only feed a pokemon so many poffins before it won't eat any more, so try and give it the highest-level snacks you possibly can.


Before going on a feeding spree, you should look at your pokemon's move list. Go to the Summary screen for a pokemon, and move over a few tabs to find information on how the pokemon's skills are classified for the Super Contests. The category the skills fall under are displayed, as well as the effects the moves will have when performed. Knowing what sort of skills your poke has should give you an idea of what kind of Poffins to give it. For example, if you see a lot of Cute skills, give it sweet poffins to raise its Cuteness stat. You'll want to enter this pokemon into Cuteness contests. If a poke has lots of Tough moves, give it sour poffin and prepare it for Toughness contests.


As a side note, there is a pokemon that evolves based on what you feed it. Feebas might be something of a weakling as an ugly little fish, but bringing out its inner beauty by feeding it Dry Poffins can transform it into Milotic, one of the strongest Water types. Give it some treats and see what happens!


If you are making a matcha variety of poffins, take a portion of the custard and mix with matcha. I would recommend adding a bit and tasting it. Add matcha until you are happy with the flavor. Once both custards have cooled, place in the refrigerator.


Place the assembled poffins on a baking tray with oiled parchment paper. In a bowl mix the egg yolk and water for the egg wash. Brush each of the poffins with the egg wash. Add the sesame seeds (or sprinkles) on top of the poffins.


Hello thank you for posting a poffin recipe. I was trying to find one for ages. I have one question: What kind of jam/ingredients I would use if I wanted to make a spicy or sour flavored poffins? Could I add clili powder or lemon zest in order to acquire such flavors?


If you want to score well in the Super Contests that take place in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, then you certainly need to learn how to cook the best poffins for your Pokemon. This guide will provide you with all the tips you need in order to make the best poffins and win the Visual Evaluations in Pokemon BDSP.You will learn where and how to cook poffins, as well as which recipes are the best to make the most delicious poffins in the game. These recipes will not only influence their conditions in the most effective ways, but also increase the quality of their sheen, which is just as important for all the contestants.


You can now start cooking poffins at the Poffin House outside the fan club at Hearthome City, but it is recommended to go to the Poffin Cooking Station, which is located at the Amity Sqaure north of Hearthome City.


If you cook poffins at the Amity Square and you bring along Pokemon with high friendship rate, then your poffins will have a lower level of smoothness, which will allow your Pokemon to eat even more poffins.


You can feed poffins to your Pokemon up to the point when they reach a maximum of smoothness, which is 255 points. Once your Pokemon reach the smoothness cap, you will not be able to give them any more poffins.


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