Food: Raindrop cake — It’s water that you eat

Dieters can finally heave a sigh of relief.

A new cake that looks like a giant raindrop has taken the Internet by storm and is making its way into people’s homes. This cake was inspired by traditional Mizu Shingen Mochi from Japan.

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Raindrop cake has zero calories and is absolutely refreshing.

What is so special about the raindrop cake? It is made using two ingredients: Mineral water and agar. It has zero calories and is absolutely refreshing. This means you don’t have to worry about putting on weight.

The only drawback is that you cannot call for a takeaway unless you are residing close to the place that sells raindrop cakes. This dessert needs to be consumed in 30 minutes, after it will melt and turn into a sweet puddle.

Raindrop cake also goes by other names such as water cake and unicorn tear.

If you are looking for fresh raindrop cake, why not make it at home? These videos will teach you how.

Take a look at these Instagram posts for more inspiration.

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