Frog Eggs Drink

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Introduction: Frog Eggs Drink

About: Hi! I am Klinong, that is how my loving family calls me, except my brother, he calls me Krinyol, as I have silly curly hair :) I love Instructables for forever now, especially for the contests ha-ha!, but ...

Want to scare the kids a lil? Serve them this drink!

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Step 1: Ingredients and Method

To make this frog eggs drink, all you need is

Basil seeds (available at Asian stores, health food stores, online)

Melon syrup or apple syrup or any other syrup you prefer, but green colored syrup would be best

Ice water

Soak basil seeds in regular water until blooming

Spoon bloomed seeds into serving cups and pour enough syrup and ice water, stir and enjoy~

(I hope the video works!)

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    18 Discussions

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    sabu.dawdy
    sabu.dawdy

    4 years ago

    So simple yet challenging

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    DogmatiX
    DogmatiX

    4 years ago

    Definitely would trick me into thinking those were frog eggs

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    klinong
    klinong

    Reply 4 years ago

    awesome ;)

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    ashleyjlong
    ashleyjlong

    4 years ago

    Very creative! I'll have to try this with my chia seeds. They really do look like the frog eggs i'd see in ponds as a kid.

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    klinong
    klinong

    Reply 4 years ago

    yes, they do indeed :)

    share me the pic when you try with chia seeds!

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    phoe
    phoe

    4 years ago

    Superb !

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    klinong
    klinong

    Reply 4 years ago

    thank you :)

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    Marcus737
    Marcus737

    4 years ago

    But I wanna try this next I just hope it comes out right

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    klinong
    klinong

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    share me the picture once you try :)

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    DogmatiX
    DogmatiX

    4 years ago

    You have my vote in those frog egg drinks

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    Marcus737
    Marcus737

    4 years ago

    That looks neat I recently dos the tapioca pearls for my nieces and nephews and they liked it.

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    krodami
    krodami

    4 years ago

    Good idea - but I think I'll hold off until my daughter is a bit older, though. (She'll be a week short of 2 on Halloween this year.)... I'll click favorite and hopefully remember next year.

    I'd imagine passionfruit seeds would work too - they already look like yellowish-greenish alien eggs anyway - though the fruit tends to be kind of expensive... especially in autumn.

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    klinong
    klinong

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    Let me know how it turns out when you try with passion fruit seeds :)

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    BLASTFEMI
    BLASTFEMI

    4 years ago on Introduction

    Thai is awesome! Chia or flax seeds might work too.

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    klinong
    klinong

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    chia works too, yes but flax seeds not so much since they have a distinctive flavor IMO

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    shambuda2000
    shambuda2000

    4 years ago on Introduction

    1. Is it actually edible?

    2. This is the most disgusting looking thing I've ever seen in a glass.

    3. Good Job!

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    klinong
    klinong

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    Oh yes!! Definitely :) The basil seeds is used for making delicious drinks and desserts in Asian countries. And yes hahahah the first time I ever served this for our annual Halloween party, kids thought they were real so they didn't wanna try it until they saw their mums and dads tried it :) It is not so scary anymore to these kids (as I always invite the same kiddies so they already know about this "frog eggs") hahaha.

    Once bloomed, they are tender, a tad chewy (just a tad) and a tad crunchy (the black parts. It's almost like kiwi seeds in jelly.