My third favorite thing to eat / by Rollie Agado

While picking up groceries over the weekend… I ran across a Betty Crocker “Shake n’ Pour” thing that allows a person to quickly shake up some cake batter by simply adding a cup of water. 
 No eggs… oil… or butter…  just one cup of cold tap water and two 45 minute “shake” sessions. 
 Two things of note… 
  1.)  You’re explicitly warned to not eat the Raw Cake Batter. This bummed me out immensely because raw cake batter is one of my favorite things eat.  I like it so much that I purposely don’t own an electric mixer.  I’d fucking whip up cake batter and eat it until I doubled over from stomach pain.  I know this because I’ve done this before. 
  2.)  I didn’t really take time to read the contents of the “Shake n’ Pour” jug… I guess I should have, seeing how I didn’t need any extra ingredients outside of water.  After 30 or so seconds of shaking the jug expands with air.  Like… you need to slowly uncap the lid to let air out after a minute of shaking it fiercely.  
 The cake baked nicely and I did a horrible job of putting frosting on it afterwards…  Had a few bites after a quiet dinner with Amos.

While picking up groceries over the weekend… I ran across a Betty Crocker “Shake n’ Pour” thing that allows a person to quickly shake up some cake batter by simply adding a cup of water.

No eggs… oil… or butter…  just one cup of cold tap water and two 45 minute “shake” sessions.

Two things of note…

1.) You’re explicitly warned to not eat the Raw Cake Batter.
This bummed me out immensely because raw cake batter is one of my favorite things eat.  I like it so much that I purposely don’t own an electric mixer.  I’d fucking whip up cake batter and eat it until I doubled over from stomach pain.  I know this because I’ve done this before.

2.) I didn’t really take time to read the contents of the “Shake n’ Pour” jug… I guess I should have, seeing how I didn’t need any extra ingredients outside of water.  After 30 or so seconds of shaking the jug expands with air.  Like… you need to slowly uncap the lid to let air out after a minute of shaking it fiercely. 

The cake baked nicely and I did a horrible job of putting frosting on it afterwards…  Had a few bites after a quiet dinner with Amos.