Shaped watermelons are popular in Asia, and the trend seems to have carried over to bread. Apparently, the idea is that children would be compelled to eat more bread during the summer months if it looks like a refreshing watermelon.
It might look like a watermelon, but it won’t taste like one. The color comes from green tea, strawberry, and bamboo charcoal.
According to Pouch, credit for this confusing baked good goes to Jimmy’s Bakery in Taiwan.
See more pictures after the break.
(via Kotaku / Top Image: Fanhcy)