VIDEO: Clear cake! Would you eat this bubble dessert?

Posted at 4:36 PM, Apr 01, 2016

Are you brave enough to try this clear, jiggly dessert? One thing is CLEAR, a slice of the almost zero calorie cake will not blow up your waistline.

Introducing the Raindrop Cake: a slippery, jello-like substance that has taken Japan by storm. It's originally called mizu shingen mochi, but New Yorker Darren Wong is bringing it to the United States and calling it as he sees it, Raindrop cake. 

Watch the video above to see what ingredients are in this jiggler!

The bubble treat made its debut at NYC's Smorgasburg food market.

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