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This weekend, i made a Kahlua Cake for some friends that came over. I baked a 9x3 cake and a little 6" that i was going to give to my neighbor...
well, my dh came to me, and said Babe, come here, i said what is it? He goes, just come here.
I went to the kitchen!! and OMG!, the darn dog ate my CAKE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i just stared at the mess, i was soo mad!! But when i looked at my hubby, I just started Laughing... lol! i cleaned up the mess and made new ones icon_sad.gif. that darn kaluah bottle is alll gone now!! LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

A Lesson learned! Never leave you cakes where the dog can get them!!!!!!!
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Oh NO! I can not believe your dog ate the entire cake! Is the poor thing okay? I'm glad your okay. I'd of had a seizure or something--LOL!
Birthdays are just nature's way of telling us to eat more cake.
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My mom and I were making a 2-layer sheet cake one night (approx midnight) and we had just pulled the first layer out of the oven about 5 minutes earlier - getting ready to put the second layer into bake and we no sooner turned our backs (maybe for a split second) and my cat (god bless his little heart) was prancing right thru the middle of the warm cake!!!! After the initial shock wore off we just burst out laughing. Of course we were up till all hours making another one icon_redface.gif
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Originally Posted by lisa

Oh NO! I can not believe your dog ate the entire cake! Is the poor thing okay? I'm glad your okay. I'd of had a seizure or something--LOL!



ya! lol! HE WAS OK.. WE THOUGHT MAYBE HED GET A BIT TIPSY OR SICK... BUT NOTHING LOL!!
I CAN LAUGH ABOUT IT NOW! IT WAS PRETTY FUNNY!
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Originally Posted by Stefy

My mom and I were making a 2-layer sheet cake one night (approx midnight) and we had just pulled the first layer out of the oven about 5 minutes earlier - getting ready to put the second layer into bake and we no sooner turned our backs (maybe for a split second) and my cat (god bless his little heart) was prancing right thru the middle of the warm cake!!!! After the initial shock wore off we just burst out laughing. Of course we were up till all hours making another one icon_redface.gif



Just cover it with icing, no one will know the difference icon_evil.gificon_twisted.gif My mom made this dessert once that had 3 layers or so, graham crackers, chocolate pudding and topped with cool whip. She put it on the back porch on a couple of milk crates. Our dog, who never ate sweets, licked a hole in the dead center. My mom had no time to make another so she checked for fur and covered it. At the party she insisted that she cut it and gave me the "dented" piece. icon_lol.gif I picked on her for weeks about that. icon_biggrin.gifthumbs_up.gif
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Just cover it with icing, no one will know the difference icon_evil.gificon_twisted.gif My mom made this dessert once that had 3 layers or so, graham crackers, chocolate pudding and topped with cool whip. She put it on the back porch on a couple of milk crates. Our dog, who never ate sweets, licked a hole in the dead center. My mom had no time to make another so she checked for fur and covered it. At the party she insisted that she cut it and gave me the "dented" piece. icon_lol.gif I picked on her for weeks about that. icon_biggrin.gifthumbs_up.gif



OMG Joe...that is my family's all time fave dessert (minus the doggy dent--LOL!). My late Grandmother always made it for my Dad. We call it Icebox Cake. So easy and delicious!
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I can sure relate to this thread!! I was making my sister's wedding cake. I had just finished baking the last layer (a 16" round, no less!) and had it setting in our pantry room to cool. I closed the door and went to tuck my 2yo son in to bed. Well, I'm half-way through the bedtime story when my husband comes to the door looking VERY sorry. He forgot that the cake was in there and left the door open to the pantry for "less than a minute", but the beagle was keenly aware of exactly where the cake was and ate 1/4 of it!! So, had to stay up extra late that night to make another 16"round. It's a good thing that dog is so cute...
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post #8 of 9
I love reading cake disasters involving dogs and cats, makes me appreciate my fish even more.
Don't get me wrong I love cats and dogs, I just can't have them in my house due to my landlord/landlady's rules.
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"To solve any problem, here are three questions to ask yourself: First, what could I do? Second, what could I read? And third, who could I ask? ~ John Rohn"
"Action is the foundational key to all success. ~ Pablo Picasso"
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I get such a kick out of these stories. We live and learn don't we? Or we should be anyway. Sometimes what people don't know can't hurt them. Ya Joe, I'd want to cut that dessert myself too. And the dented piece didn't kill you either. I can visualize a young boys face when mom hands him that piece. But just think how you saved your mom that day. She couldn't give it to anyone else could she? What a son! Life is fun!
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