Sunday, January 28, 2018

Lopsided cakes and an adorable Keep On cluster from Chrissy!

Got rid of the chills and spent the afternoon baking.  Promise not to laugh if I tell you something?   On Thursday I got my new Red Copper pots and pans set that I had ordered - Eric let me have them after listening to me hint around for weeks....says its our anniversary present or a late Christmas present...either way, I got 'em and love them!  I had to "season" them with oil before washing or using them, so...I did just that.  Moved the racks in the oven so I could place 3 at a time in there.....worked out great :)  So today, I go to make my favorite Peanut Butter Chocolate cake....it's all from scratch, but SO yummy and one of our favorites.   Well....guess who did NOT put the rack back in the right way?   I had one side on the 3rd row...one on the 4th.  Didn't even pay attention when I put the cake in to bake....and I never check until 5 minutes before its due to come outta the oven....so.....yes....I have one extremely lopsided cake, only half of which is edible.   Eric is still laughing at me....thankfully I'm laughing, too.   I told him I could make another, flip it the other way and have one big old thick layer cake.....lol.....ah well.  I'll make another, cuz 1/2 of one of these cakes won't last but a day or two.      Hope your Sunday is going better than mine!   Tonight I have an adorable cluster made with Keep On to share with you - from Chrissy!



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5 comments:

  1. Chrissy, this is absolutely adorable!!! Thanks so much. Kim, your cake story, brought a bit of a smile. We all have our baking horror stories. Keeps us humble at times. Enjoy your cake. As always, thank you for the share.

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  2. You made me smile this morning Kim with yuor little cake episode. Thank you Chrissy for this adorable little cluster. Love the bunnies. And thank you Kim for the story and the collection.

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  3. Love those bunnies! Thanks Chrissy for another great cluster. I like the stamp design of dots you used behind the flowers. Great story Kim. I hope you took a photo of your cake--it would make a great scrapbook page and memory. Still bet it was delicious regardless of how it looked. Thanks again to you both!

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  4. Well half a cake is better than none lol. This is so cute, thank you!

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