A cake is the way to someone's heart. It doesn't matter if it's your birthday, cake is always the answer! Ever received an apology cake? Well, these people have, and they're probably the most amusing thing we've seen all week. We need to know the backstory!
I 'ham' sorry
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The person who received this cake must have been pretty cut up about the person who ate all the ham. I guess you could call them a little piggy (too lame?). To be fair, they should have bought some new ham instead of a cake.
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Someone was HANGRY! The reason to kick a lunchbox is unknown and being run over by a car is rather dramatic. I'm guessing even a cake couldn't fix this dilemma, but hey, at least they drew a heart and sad face!
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The fact that the writing is in red still hints to me that the person is still being slightly psycho and is foreshadowing death. However, sprinkles are supposed to make everything better. Our Gookie Dough funfetti cake batter always does. Next time, choose a different colour for the icing? Just a little tip there.
Slice of cake
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'Sorry, you got stabbed.' Straight to the point. If the patient is still emotionally recovering then, this may have triggered some PTSD. Again, red shouldn't be everyone's go-to colour but let's hope the receiver took this lightly.
Right in the feels
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Accidents happen and this person must have felt awful about what they did. The elbowing most-likely didn't hurt that much but this kind-hearted individual went out of their way to make a cake and even iced it themselves. The icing is worse than the action itself but we'll let it go.
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What's the best way to make someone feel better about their diabetic diagnosis? Buy them a massive cake which is slathered in icing of course. We don't know if the sender was just being sarcastic or pure evil but we feel for the diabetic. Care to share?
Maybe we don't want an apology cake after all. We may be brutally savaged!
Cake. Everyone is up for it no matter what. Feeling sad? The cake will make it better. Feeling ill? So what, I still want a slice! Here at Gookie Dough, we've already shown our love towards the spongey goodness with our Funfetti Cake Batter flavour. However, here are some delights that may not tickle your fancy!
Let's be real, this is rather funny. It's almost like sonic had a bad hair dye experience. Not only are the spikes rather sparse, the smile actually looks painful. Let's hope it tasted a lot better than it looks! (Image credit: Mother Nature Network)
Now either Toy Story has had a makeover or we're trying to act like Milo from the Tweenies. My main question is has Buzz suddenly got braces and is that supposed to be a beard on his chin? Think about all that layered icing and how calorific that would be!
As a kid, it would be a dream to get a Mickey Mouse cake! Now, the attempt has been made here and I'm praying it isn't an adult attempt! Either Mickey has had his ears severely burnt in the oven or he's wearing a charcoal hair mask. I'm not sure how I feel about the side eye along with the creepy smile. Looks delicious...
Do trains grow facial hair?
Now, you can honestly tell that this is Thomas the Tank Engine, however, why does he have a fried egg on him? The flower at the side doesn't really make any sense and there are no train tracks! I guess he's derailed. As for the moustache and wonky eyebrows, beautiful.
That famous unicorn cake
You will have seen this cake trend everywhere! Unicorns are definitely in and I'm not gonna lie, they are rather cute. I love these cakes and it's only the other day where I watched on TV how to make it. Why do they make it look so easy?! My end result would be no better than the right. They tried, okay?
You've had your laugh. I don't think we can bear to show you anymore due to the pure horridness. Have you had any cake fails that you're willing to share? Leave a comment down below, we'd love to see them.
Here at Gookie Dough, we're pros at how to make your mouth water and have a fountain of knowledge all about your beloved cookie. We thought we'd share our weird and wonderful facts with you, so that you can brag to your friends that you are an expert when it comes to the delightful treats. Here are all the useless facts about the cookie!
Chocolate chips cookies were invented in 1937 when Ruth Graves (American chef) decided to add cut up chunks of semi-sweet Nestle chocolate into her cookie recipe. From then on, it was history. We thank you, Ruth!
So we know that initially, chocolate chips were made from semi-sweet chocolate but the horizon has broadened. Flavours now range from dark chocolate, peanut butter chips, mint chocolate chips, butterscotch chips and white chocolate chips. And now, thanks to the ultimate food trends, we are even starting to see funfetti!
August 4th is National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day here in the UK. Anything as an excuse for eating ridiculous amounts of dough! Make sure you sweeten your Instagram feed up on this special day with hashtag #ChocolateChipCookieDay.
The worlds biggest chocolate chip weighed 40,000 pounds and had a diameter of 101 feet! It was created in 2003 in North Carolina byThe Immaculate Baking Company. Damn, UK, we need to up our game in cookie making.
The first name for chocolate chip cookies was actually 'Chocolate Crunch Cookies', and it instantly became an American favourite. Ruth went on to publish a book called 'Toll House Tried And True Recipes', to this day, it's still a best seller.
If you pop your cookie dough mix in the fridge for 24 hours, it gives it more flavour. Personally, we would grab a spoon and decide to eat the dough instead. Especially if it is red velvet flavour!
Queue the language lesson! “Cookie” comes from the Dutch word koekje which means “small cake.” They’re called biscuitsin England (of course, unless we're on about Gookie Dough!), galletas in Spain, and keks in Germany.
Want to make the best melt-in-the-middle chewy, gooey cookie ever? The chips melt best a temperatures between 104 and 113°F. The melting will begin at 90°F, but the cooking temperature should never be higher than 115°F for milk and white chocolate cookies. Dark chocolate chips are a tougher cookie and shouldn't exceed 120F°. We don't want to waste precious chocolate after all!
Chocolate chip cookies are now a worldwide favourite and are most popular in America, Europe and Australia! What's even weirder is that other countries have different eating habits that surround our cookie. The Middle East top their cookie with chocolate sauce and then eat them with a knife and fork (very fancy!).
The chocolate chip cookie is one of the four foods which are acceptable according to fussy eaters. (The other three being chicken, chips, and macaroni cheese. Very nutritional!)
Your average rounded tablespoon can hold an average of 50 chocolate chips (I wonder who calculated that). To be fair, I'm delighted when I have the maximum of 6.
Baking a batch of fresh cookies is one of estate agent's finest techniques for making a house feel like a home. Pretty smart!
What cookie facts do you know about? Throw a few more chocolate chips into the mix and let us know. Of course, you can never beat our Gooey Chocolate Chip Tub of dough!