This cake recipe is so simple, even a child can learn how to do it. (Well, perhaps ONLY a child can learn how to do it.)
My daughter, expert baker, made this for me last night and as I watched her prepare it, I saw it for the first time through her eyes.
You will need:
- Wooden blocks like these:
First you will need to prepare each block for cooking.
- Wash each block under the imaginary sink while you count to twenty. Pay close attention, because I think it might be some kind of magic spell: “one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, weven, quelve, firstteen, secondteen, sixteen, secondteen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty.”
- Blow on each block, being careful not to spit on them. If you spit on them, you will need to rewash them ALL.
Next you will flavor your batter.
- Take each block individually and put it in the refrigerator while you count to five normally then move on to the next block.
- Take all the blocks and shove them under your bed.
- Seal off the flavoring by shoving a coat or blanket in front of the blocks.
- Remove all blocks and put them into your shirt. If a block accidentally falls down into your pants, you will have to throw it near, but not at something of value. For example, a 55 gallon fish tank will do.
Cook your batter.
- Don’t worry if you don’t have an oven, because a backpack will do nicely too. If you don’t have a big enough oven, you can split the cake layers up- putting half into the oven and half into the backpack. If you are using a backpack, make sure to remove all of your brother’s homework and pencils first by dumping them on the floor.
- Wait twenty seconds while counting out loud: “one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, weven, quelve, firstteen, secondteen, sixteen, secondteen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty.”
- Remove the cake from the oven(s) and assemble on any flat surface.
If you’ve followed the instructions, once assembled your cake will now look like this:
PS. This is also exactly how you make the world’s best pancakes too.