Frog Egg Pudding




Introduction: Frog Egg Pudding

About: I try to push myself each day to be more resourceful, innovative, & creative. I am constantly inspired by some of the brilliant minds here on Instructables, & I hope that I can inspire others as well. I think …

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. 


Halloween Food Contest

Participated in the
Halloween Food Contest

Halloween Photo Instructable Contest

Participated in the
Halloween Photo Instructable Contest

Be the First to Share


    • Pumpkin Challenge

      Pumpkin Challenge
    • Build a Tool Contest

      Build a Tool Contest
    • Mason Jar Speed Challenge

      Mason Jar Speed Challenge

    8 Discussions


    7 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!


    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

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


    8 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.


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you! I try to keep my brain entertained while being a stay @ home mom. :p