Friday, June 20, 2008

My Amazing Cake

Ok, since you all are always posting your beautiful cake creations, I thought I would post mine. It was pretty much a disaster, mostly because I forgot to grease or spray the pan. Not to worry, it ended up to be a pretty good mistake. Here is how it looked after I managed to get most of it out of the pan...

Well, I decided to mix up some pudding and crumble the cake into it. I called Tyler and asked him to pick up some gummy worms on the way home and added those in too.
Then, to make it look and taste better, the kids helped me crush up some oreo cookies for the top, YUMMY! This was June 3rd for Benjamin's 3rd birthday.

5 comments:

Stefanie said...

I'm so proud of you for tuning what wasn't so great into something wonderful! That's the best part of cake making. Figuring out how to cover mistakes! I do it all the time. Looks yummy!!

Cristy said...

That's one of the best qualities to have...taking lemons and making lemonade!! One other thing you could do with a ruined cake...is to cut in up into sqaures - make a recipe of instant choc. pudding and get a tub of cool whip. Layer (in a clear bowl- or trifle bowl (the bowl with a pedastal)) and layer cake, pudding, cool whip, cake, pudding, cool whip. Turns out yummy!! This recipe was born becuase of a runied cake!

Cassie said...

Looks good! Worms and cake are always a boy's favorite.

Becca said...

Kelly, you are awesome!! Way to save the day!!! The funny thing is I saw a cake with this idea last week, I wanted to do it for Brayden's 7th birthday this week, but he didn't want it...so I was hopefully going to do it for Kolby's 1st birthday!! We are on the same wave link alot!! fun!!

Ohio Rasmussen Family said...

Cute,cute idea and a good attitude to go with it!!;-) What a cool cake especially with all those boys. They must have thought you are the coolest mom ever! I love it! Happy birthday Benjamin! And Peyton's smile is adorable!!