The Raindrop Cake Contains Zero Calories And Looks Amazing
The Raindrop Cake was invented by Darren Wong, from New York, who was inspired by the traditional Mizu Shingen Mochi desert from Japan. The newly created dessert will hit the street of Brooklyn at the Smorgasburg weekly market this spring and people are already going crazy over this incredible cake.
This dessert looks a little bit like jello and it’s made from mineral water and agar, which is a gelatin-like substance made from algae. The cake can be sliced up and has a very watery taste and feel. Since the Raindrop Cake has zero calories, you could say that it’s plain water, but it’s not. It’s definitely something special!
The cake can be served with roasted soybean flour and brown sugar syrup, giving it a unique refreshing flavor. The best part about this cake is that it’s 100% vegan and contains zero calories. What more could you ask for from a dessert?
When ordering the cake, you have to be pretty careful with it. It’s very fragile and it will turn into a puddle of water pretty fast if you don’t start eating it right away. “The hardest part was trying to figure out how to store and transport something so fragile,” Raindrop Cake creator Darren Wong says.
“That entails packaging each individual cake separately in its own protective cocoon until it’s ready to be served.” Be sure to taste it at least once in your lifetime, because you never know what chewing water could taste and feel like.