Frog Egg Pudding




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CALLING ALL BIOLOGY TEACHERS!!! If you are looking for a fun snack to go along with your amphibians chapter this year, then look no further. This recipe is a playful spin on tapioca pudding.There are two things that have always reminded me of frog eggs. #1. Tapioca pudding and  #2. kiwis. So I decided to combine the two and create a desert that has the appearance and texture of frog eggs!  

You will need:
3 Tbs Instant Tapioca
2 cups of milk
3/4 cup of coconut milk
6 Tbs of sugar (you can reduce this if you would like. The coconut milk is fairly sweet on it's own)
1 egg lightly beaten
2 kiwis 
green food coloring
OPTIONAL: 1 tsp. vanilla (the recipe on the box calls for vanilla but I made mine without & it was great)

In a microwavable bowl, mix together the tapioca, milk, coconut milk, sugar, and the egg. 
Let it sit for 5 minutes.
Cook it in the microwave on high for 12 minutes. (stopping to stir it every 3 minutes)
While it's cooking peel & mash the kiwis with a fork.  TIP: Easy way to peel a kiwi
Once it's cooked remove it & stir in the kiwis & a few drops of green food coloring. (Add your vanilla if you would like)
Refrigerate it for 20 minutes to cool.

To serve mine. I spooned it into glasses & topped it off with some whip cream and a plastic frog. My children loved it! They were all smiles & giggles! I think the flavors together are delicious too. The coconut compliments the tartness of the kiwi perfectly. 




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    6 years ago on Introduction

    I'm so grossed out right now - in a good way of course! Every year I take my kids to a pond near our home and we catch and raise tadpoles to frogs and release them back to the pond once they are grown. Sort of a pet without having an actual pet! Anyway, we always end up going a week or so early and see all the frog egg masses clinging to the edge and it really looks a lot like your pudding!!! Very creative, my kids would love this!

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    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    It actually tastes really great too! That is if you are a tapioca kinda person. :)


    6 years ago on Introduction

    Ha! I absolutely love this! I'm adding a link to your Instructable to
    my recent submission: "Frog Eye Salad". Thanks for sharing, this
    is great!

    Sign me, fellow frog lover.