Discussion in 'Funstuff and Inspiration' started by flashdance, Apr 2, 2009.
Ooh la la...
That's it. Ya got me. I'm making profiteroles when I get home. I *love* profiteroles, and never make them because, well, I eat them.
That was some photo.
I just made a blueberry coffee cake. And it looked picture perfect; in fact, it was kinda gorgeous, for a blueberry coffee cake. I planned to post a photo -- until I moved it from the pan to the platter.
I will not be posting a photo.
It's illegal to harm the cakes! Do not pass go, straight to jail for you
now then, back to business... actually I'm on a diet now so I can't eat cakes just admire them visually...
that is utterly ridiculous... heh
heh, ok, I like the ducks
this must be my week to be guilty of great crimes. First, on the "yesterday" thread, it was j_alexandra in the Hall with an Antique Civil War Revolver, and now, I've been accused of Cruelty to Cakes. Please!No Cakes Were Harmed In The Transfer To The Platter. It just isn't gorgeous, is all. Not centered. Picky, picky.
It's also almost gone. Spouse liked it a lot. I wish I had his metabolism. :smile:
The duckie cake is brilliant! I love both concept and execution
Funny duck cake! :mrgreen:
You called??? ;-)
OMG. That is wonderful. And sick. So wonderfully sick. I LOVE it!!!
I'll go with the duckie cake....
Some of you must have heard of Litterbox Cake:
I made it a few times, and oddly enough, not many people wanted to eat it! It's tasty
Wow! That's definitely the cake to serve if you want leftovers for yourself!
oh, geezuz...these cakes are brilliant.
what's in the litterbox cake???
leave the duck, bring on the gore...
IIRC, usually yellow cake mix (cake baked and then crumbled up), some vanilla pudding mixed in for moisture, grapenuts or granola for a more litter-like texture and accent, and various options for turds: often melted tootsie rolls or chocolate cookies shaped into logs. Some add green food coloring or sugar to represent odor-absorbing crystals. Of course it is served in an unused litterbox with new pooper scooper.
Litter cake may be tasty but I'd need to eat with eyes closed.
Ladels and Jellyspoons I give you 'bleedy cake'
it really is fabulously disgusting. the 8-12 yr old crowd would luv it...
used to enjoy serving "dirt" (alternating ground oreos w/ chocolate pudding) in a pottery flower pot at birthdays, with gummy worms and fake flower on top. great with vanilla ice cream...
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