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Caketastrophe

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I had really good intentions.

I bought this:

And this….

I read the directions.

Twice.

They said to do this:

 

Three times.

And bake.

OOh.

I got this!

Promising.

So I let them cool.

All the way this time.

I even asked for advice on facebook how to level them nicely for frosting.

I put on my serious baking hat.

Then I frosted them.

Cherry.

Lemon.

Cherry.

Then I cut a piece.

And this is what happened.

 

Then I walked out of the kitchen and came back to more of this….

Cry.

Remember this?

Don’t use the moist kind.

It falls.

You’re welcome.

 

~Trisha

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Comments

  1. Oh I would still eat it, fallen over and everything. I’m not a baker so have no advice.

  2. It looks yummy. thanks for the tip about the moist pack

  3. Oh no, after all of that work! I would have totally cried :( Your cakes were PERFECT before the frosting!

  4. awww bummer. I would have cried. Seriously. I hope you try again … even if it is with brownies!;)

    • actually i did try w/ brownies..it tastes great and the thick batter worked like a charm…downside is there really isnt much difference in dark and milk chocolate brownies. I even did a cookie topper one layer and you just cant see the checkers. It does taste good. LOL!

  5. Well that plain sucks! I hate when I’m trying my best at cooking and it fails (as it often does).

    BTW I love the new design I especially like the bubbles in your header aroud MomDot. The blog also looks very active.

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