It's Easter week.
I should be making eggs.
Or some cute spring-y craft.
But I just wanted cake batter.
So consider this a 100% selfish PinterTest Kitchen.
But I will not apologize.
Who apologizes for cake batter?!
Crazy people do.
People who, as children, hid their Easy Bake raw cake mix packets under their beds to eat at night do NOT.
That's for sure.
Not that I would know anything about that.
So. Well. Where was I?
Hope Leadership tried four recipes during last night's meeting.
While Hope Leaders of the Future set up a horse ranch in the playroom.
Kobi deserves some treats for his cooperation.
Back to the Funfetti.
So I assumed a step-by-step on each might be a little umm... BORING.
I fell asleep just thinking about it.
So I will give my honest review of each.
Let's do this.
So, no offense, cake batter cookies.
But not our favorite.
Which is probably due to an entire box of cake mix required for the batter.
And super sticky, hard-to-work with.
My scoop is still grumpy.
Next time I would add a few tablespoons of cake batter to a standard sugar cookie recipe.
And add lots of sprinkles.
It's not you, it's us.
We were 50/50 on this one.
A little on the sweet side.
And I think it may have needed more time to set.
Because I just had some for breakfast and it's 100% better.
Still pretty sweet. But solid, at least.
Thanks for playing, birthday cake fudge.
This was not bad.
The least cake-batterish tasting of all the recipes.
If I made it again, I would add more cake batter mix to the white chocolate.
I did like the contrast between the dark and white chocolates.
I did not like searching all over the Peninsula for vanilla flavored almond bark.
Goodbye, cake batter bark. It's been real.
I want to eat this for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Really, REALLY delicious.
And so easy.
10 mins start to finish.
Out of all the recipes, the one I'm most likely to repeat.
Along with my cake batter fudge.
What have you been making?
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