Some are calling it water jelly, an edible raindrop, a dessert craze and so much more. In realty, the much hyped raindrop cake is one word – surreal. Ok yes, jelly made of water is taking food trends to a whole crazy extent, but have you seen the marvelous dessert?
What Is It?
For those of you who haven’t yet understood a word, here’s the thing – Japan introduced a zero-calorie, water drop-like gelatinous ‘cake’ and called it the mizu shingen mocha a.k.a. The dessert has now made its way to the U.S. via New York, where it has become a dessert craze, almost attaining cronut status. And that’s saying a lot.
Although, tons of people aren’t too impressed by the concept, the makers would rather concentrate on the long line of people waiting to purchase and gobble the $8 dessert served with roasted soybean flour and sugar syrup. The dessert even has its own Instagram page! Check it out here.
Watch this video to find out more about this glass-like foodstuff.
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