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lol - still looks good enough to eat though!
I've made cakes like that! I bet it still tasted good. Can you do human makeovers too?!!
What a great makeover! Bet there is not much left by now.
oooooo ... nice rescue! Doesn't even look like the same cake was used for the final delight ;)
You're actually pretty amazing at rescue and recovery!!V xxx
Please save me a slice of this confection. I also look forward to the next cake emerging from the oven in your magical kitchen.xo
Most of mine always look like the first photo. Great recovery!
Are you teaching the stage yet where you don't fancy anything sweet for months?!I get to that stage when I bake 3 or 4 cakes for the village fete ... and I only get to taste the bowl-lickings!btw you would win hands down if there is an R&R round in the Bake-off! xx
Now you see if you WERE my Mum you wouldn't have to worry about the crusty bits. I'd soon make them disappear. :)
Ooh dear, the first photo looks like something I might have produced, but I don't have your powers of recovery and I fear I'd have given up and chucked it in the bin. Well done, it looks fab now xx
Now that is the handiest of baking skills to possess!
When I make something that turns out like that I never manage to turn into something wonderful.I bet the men in your house are very happy.
Amazing recovery! No-one would ever know!
Yummy!It's not how it looks in the pan-it's how it feels in the tummy!Well, it's how it looks all gussied up, too, and yours is beautiful!
Drooling from afar.....
Ha ha! That's very honest of you- though the finished result looks lovely and I bet it was delicious:)
I'm another one who would be "in there" eating the crusty bits!
How much does it cost to join theRAC (rescue a cake) service.You could do that in your spare time!I bet there would be a lot of takers.Well done =)
Ooh, I'd have enjoyed eating all those bits around the edges.
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