spark tracking for cake batter licked off spoon?

Friday, November 16, 2012

No idea. Calories for the rest of the day were low so I'm not going to worry!

So far the cake looks good - Martha Stewart's Ultimate Chocolate cake. It has a 3/4 of a cup of strong coffee in there (and the batter was delicious!)

I made it in three layers instead of two. I'm going to make a chocolate ganache filling, and I'm going to decorate with buttercream. It's going to be EPIC.

Because birthday cakes should be amazing emoticon

(I'll post a picture tomorrow when I'm done... if it all works of course. If there's no picture we'll never speak of it again)
Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
    Why not say you burned that many calories MAKING the cake, and call it a wash?
    1979 days ago
    If you're under your limit anyway, just add 25 and be done with it! Don't even bother trying to figure out the caloric analysis. Who cares? Especially if it is as good as you say. Thank you, Martha!
    1979 days ago
    Let's see, . . I used to know the formula for determining the caloric count of cake dough liked off a spoon . . . . take a white cake recipe and add the calories for 1/2 of the chocolate used in twice the size of cake that you are making. Subtract the coffee and add 3/4 of the . . . no . . . that's not right. Take 1/8 of the chocolate cake calories and then . . .
    How big was the spoon? . . , cause if it was a salad spoon, that's like 1/60 of a cupcake . . . emoticon

    Can't wait to see the cake

    1979 days ago
  • LYNNA1968
    hahahaha I have my pitchfork where do you live?
    1979 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment

    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.