Wednesday, September 29, 2010

A Very Sarakastic Baking Lesson

I am bad at cooking but I am worse at baking. Baking requires measuring and not jumping around the house while things are in the oven: two things I'm not good at. Then today I invented a new thing called deconstructed baking and I made my first cake. Deconstruction is basically taking apart something like a Caesar salad and then serving all the ingredients in a pretty line. I'm pretty sure that it was invented by a sarcastic/lazy person. Here is my recipe for deconstructed cake:

Baking Soda
Birthday Candles
Some kinda oil thing
Carrots (I have absolutely no idea what goes in a cake).

Place each item in a separate bowl. Call it deconstructed cake. Dance around the house.


Allie said...


Stacy said...

I hope the Hostess company never tries deconstructed baking because some things are better left unknown.

heidikins said...

Hahaa!! This is fantastic. I think as long as they are in cute bowls you're good to go. ;)


Alyssa Goodnight said...

As a HUGE fan of cake, I must say, this is your worst idea.

You're better off just buying a cake from the store and dancing around the house. Nice try though.

Oh, and I agree with Stacy. I can't imagine what gloppy, unidentifiable stuff would fill those Hostess bowls.