Cake or Breast Implant?
Also called Zero Calorie Cake this cool, transparent jelly blob looks more like a silicon breast implant, but they are actually low calorie desserts...
Coming from Japan, it's original name is Mizu Shingen Mochi, but it has different aliases like water cake, unicorn tear or edible water bubble. It is pretty easy to make, and its vegan, so even those who don't like to eat gelatine can enjoy it.
In addition to the plain, classic, clear variant raindrop cake comes in many varieties. If you prefer something minimalistic, natural you can place the jelly bubble on a leaf.
If you wish to create something feminine and delicate you can place a flower or some petals inside the raindrop cake, which gives it that special Japanese "sakura" touch.
Fruit lovers and healthy eaters can add berries to their water cake and if you want to make a fun raindrop cake, you can just add some food coloring and you have cool rainbow raindrop cakes, cos, you know...rain and rainbows go pretty well together. 🙂
1. 1/8 teaspoon Agar Agar Powder
2. 1/8 teaspoon Granulated Sugar (Optional)
3. 2/3 cup Water
4. Roasted Soybean Flour (Kinako)
5. Black Sugar Syrup (Kuromitsu)