Diane Stine Recipe

How To Bake A Cake (humorous)

By Diane Stine dstine


Rating:
Serves:
A lifetime
Method:
No-Cook or Other
Comments:

Anyone who has children will appreciate this.

Ingredients

a mom or dad or grandparent
a child or children

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Preheat oven, get out bowl, spoons and ingredients for cake. Remove 18 blocks and 7 toy cars from kitchen table. Measure 2 cups flour; remove Johnny's hands from flour and wash the flour off Johnny. Put flour, baking powder and salt in sifter. Get dustpan and sweep up pieces of bowl Johnny knocked off table and onto floor.
2
Get another bowl. Answer doorbell. Return to kitchen. Remove Johnny's hands from bowl. Get out egg. Answer phone. Return. Take out greased pan; remove 1/2 inch salt from pan. Look for Johnny. Return to kitchen, find Johnny. Remove his hands from bowl, wash shortning, etc., off him.
3
Take greased pan, find 1/4 inch layer of nutshells in it. Head for Johnny who flees, knocking bowl off table. Sweep and wash kitchen floor. Wash table. Wash walls. Wash dishes. Find Johnny. Wash Johnny.
4
Put Johnny down for a nap. Call bakery. Lie Down.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cakes, Other Non-Edibles
Main Ingredient: Non-Edible or Other
Regional Style: American
Other Tags: Healthy, Heirloom
Hashtag: #laughter

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15 Comments

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Straw's Kitchen CinCooks
Jul 14, 2012
Yep...this is NO joke, it's a true story that all of us that have ever baked with the children around (although mine have been grown for years and have children of their own).
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Tiffany Bannworth MissAnubis
Jul 10, 2012
I have five boys and a baby on the way. I am sure you can imagine how it goes for me.
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Elizabeth Miche DOINGITMYWAY
Jul 9, 2012
Diane: First I want to welcome you to the 70's but not over the hill club. Yes we are all young at spirit and we have many people who have been cooking for many years that have a lot of good recipes to share. So, we welcom you even though you aren't our age.

Thank you so much for that recipe. That was hilarious and I remember those kind of days well. I had five children. At the time I had a boy 4 a girl 2 and another 1. Try cooking with three wrapped around your legs and others crying for your attention elsewhere. Yep, those were the days and I really miss them. I just wonder some days, how I ever survived them. teee hee.

Again. Welcome
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ginger skaggs mamagin
Jul 8, 2012
I rememger those days. It brought a smile to my face, and lots of memories to mind.
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Cari Butler butlermama
Jun 29, 2012
That is just to precious Diane...thank you for posting.