Mochi is a traditional Japanese dessert made from a rice paste or flour; making it a gluten free sweet treat. The inside of a mochi usually contains ice cream or a sweet filling. Our mochi is only rice based creating a unique, gooey-gummy bear like texture in the inside, with a slightly crispy outside. We add fillings to the whole batter creating a full experience of taste in every bite! Our mochi contains whole food ingredients unlike your leading baked goods. We do not use any hydrogenated oils or proccessed sugar in any of our products. Happee Belly ingredients are sourced from high quality brands, most being organic, and minimally processed. Happee Belly Mochi is made with rice flour, coconut products, organic flaxseed, organic maple syrup, and organic coconut sugar. They are a great alternative for a healthier dessert, while still getting that ultra satisfying sweet tooth fix. 

Bella James Cattani, 26, Holistic Nutritionist, Baker & Owner of Happee Belly has transformed the classic Mochi dessert into the most unique & delicious, sweet treat. Her products are vegan, gluten, and refined sugar free! The satisfying and chewy texture is notedly unforgettable, resulting into lots of happee bellies & creating a demand in the marketplace.

“A few years ago I decided to move my life into a whole new direction. I developed a new found love for health once I took ahold of my own. After feeling the best I have ever felt in my own body, I was overly eager to gain more knowledge around healing ourselves through food. I have always had a deep passion for being in the kitchen, and this elevated after practicing holistic traditions. I knew I wanted to start my own business and immediately enrolled in a Holistic Nutrition course at the Academy of Healing Nutrition, NY. Not only did the curriculum change my perspective on health, but it also helped guide me into creating my dream career. The Academy inspired me with a whole new way to cook, including all new ingredients that were inspired from Traditional Chinese Medicine and Japanese culture. This is where my real journey with food began. “ Bella James Cattani