Happy 4th to all my Steemian friends from the USA!
I’m majorly excited to see what the second half of this year will bring. There are so many things that I want change and start doing, like videos for example, but things keep keeping really busy. I’m hoping to find the time, or make it if I have to, to do some updates and changes. We’ll just all have to wait and see where things go.
I’ve been wanting to make a cookie cake so bad. Did you know that’s a thing! If I’ve ever been confident in telling you that you have to try something, this is one of those times! Seriously, this one goes up near the top of my greatest hit list and I want to share it with the world. Plates were licked clean and tears were nearly shed when it was gone.
So, the only thing that I wasn’t really happy with about this extravagance was its appearance. Not that it doesn’t look delicious, but I just know it could have been so much prettier if I had had the time to do it over again. I mean, of course I could have scrapped the first photo shoot and done a second one, but I wouldn’t have had it done in time to share with you today and it just had to be today because it’s definitely a celebratory kind of recipe that needs to be shared today. Even with the imperfections though, that I’m hoping are easier for you to overlook than for me, I think it’s still one of the yummiest looking creations ever (if I do say so myself).
Even after it was cut and becoming a lopsided mess it looked delicious. I’m not gonna lie, when I started cutting into it I totally felt like the green fairy from Sleeping Beauty when she made that lop-sided birthday cake. The cookies are denser and heavier than cake and the marshmallow frosting is softer than your average buttercream so it all started to just lean and slide. The good thing is that once you get to the cutting part you won’t care what it looks like because it disappears.
I knew it would be loved, but this thing was an even bigger hit than I had hoped. I’ve already promised to make it again so as to avoid full on depression complexes for those most heavily mourning the loss of the first one. You’ve just got to do it!
As always, the recipe is available upon request. The first request gets an upvote.
ALL CONTENT IS MINE AND ORIGINAL! All of these food photos were taken with my Nikon D5300 and my favorite Lens, the Nikon AF-S FX NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G. You can find out more in my INTRO POST. And by the way, my intro post did a huge $0.21
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