Ice cream that looks like real puppies

The latest food trend to sweep the Internet is dog-shaped desserts - but you might have to book a ticket to Taiwan to experience it. J C Co Art Kitchen, a cafe in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, has become an Instagram sensation thanks to their unique desserts. They're only able to make about 100 puppies a day.

Thie video shows that the ice-cream moulds of Shar-Pei puppies are so realistic, they nearly look too authentic to devour.

They come in two flavours - chocolate or earl grey tea - and are on sale for TWD198 (S$8.80) each. The tiny, lifelike dogs are sculpted out of ice cream! Their ice creams are carefully shaped to look like dogs and have garnered viral Internet fame - so much so that the eatery is now struggling to keep up with the demand. Each costs between $110 and $188 Taiwanese dollars, or between around $3.50 and $6. Another said: "I feel like cutting into him will hurt him, I feel sorry for him".

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The ice cream is first scooped into a mold and left in a freezer to harden at -22°F, using a special recipe that allows "furry" ice crystals to form on the puppy's "body".

"OH MY GOD WHY DID YOU MAKE ME WATCH THAT", one user wrote in response to footage of a spoon scooping off the dessert's "head".

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