By Mark Frauenfelder at 6:01 pm Sun, Apr 8, 2012
Well, it looks like your sister made some kind of dolphin, but otherwise…
Peeps of cake.
I personally would have let everyone marvel at my Dolphin Cake making skills.
It looks like the retinal after image of the peeps cake.
How does it taste?
She thought you wanted a Tweet Cake.
I see a narwhal, which is arguably better.
Looks like a mutated smurf without hat cake
its perfect. an amazing likeness of the twitter fail whale. http://www.deviantart.com/download/99066764/Fail_Whale_by_stephenallred.png
I’m seein double here! Four Krusty’s!
Cakewrecks, here we come!
Congrats on modelling your beautiful sea hare!
I love the new line of Peeps marshmallow porpoises.
I cannot unsee it
I’m sure it tasted delicious!@PhosPhorious:disqus
I’m also sure that your sister is much more adventurous in the kitchen than I.
Love the blue.
It really does look like a dolphin Peep, if there was a dolphin Peep. There is now. Maybe for Dolphin Day?
It looks like TV’s ‘Flipper.’
It’s lovely! Did you stick it in the microwave and watch it splode?
Mark, I think your sister should be complimented, not only for making a lovely and probably delicious cake but also for being a good sport about you ribbing her here in public.
Thank you. It was a fantastic cake :)
Maybe you should have a peek cake making competition? As you didn’t post it, found the recipe here: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/food-network-kitchens/peep-cake-recipe/index.html
I know it’s a bad sign when a recipe calls for ‘2 packets of yellow cake mix’. Ye, that’s not a recipe.
Cool, I saw a write-up about this recipe on Instructables as well: http://www.instructables.com/id/Giant-Peep-Cake/
We enjoyed one as well, with chocolate cake! Apparently the photo didn’t upload. Hmmm.
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