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Portal Cake Cookies
October 24, 2007

Portal Cake CookiesThis was a triumph.



Required items:
- Tube of cookie dough
- Chocolate frosting
- Chocolate sprinkles
- Red Hots
- White frosting gel
- Can of white frosting with nozzle
- Candles
- Muffin tin


Set oven to 350F.

Grease muffin tin.

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Slice cookie dough into twelve pieces. Place into muffin tin. Cook for fifteen to seventeen minutes or until cookies are golden brown.

Do not be alarmed at resulting cookie shape. This is normal.

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Allow cookies to cool. Flip over muffin tin onto tin foil. If cookies do not fall out, use a spoon to [gently] get them out.


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Two cookies, shown at above right, failed and were disposed.


Frost cookies.

Cover with chocolate sprinkles.

Add white gel to top of cookie. Press a Red Hot into each section of white gel.

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Utilize can of white frosting with nozzle to create frosting placement for candle.

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Press one candle into center of cookie.

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Light candle.

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I'm making a note here:

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HUGE SUCCESS



ww3:

It's great! I hope it's delicious also..

Hankosha:

You'll just keep on trying 'till you run out of cake?

They look so delicious and Moist.

Andrew:

It's so delicious and moist!

Alex:

It's so delicious and moist!

ave moit:

the cake is a lie

Wade:

Couldn't you cut the bottom of the candle? Just to make it all proportionate, ya know.

Anon:

These cookies are a lie

Anonymous:

Awesome! I'm totally doing these as treat favors for my friends birthday!

Brian:

I made these up for a co-workers office birthday party, and everyone found it hard to overstate their satisfaction! Thanks for the recipe!

Mi:

T-this is amazing. And has made my "Food" bookmarks folder infinitely less truthful.

THE CAKE IS A LIE, BUT THEY ARE COOKIES.

Thank you. The ones who are not dead will greatly appreciate these.

Leia:

You can get little chocolate flake decorations - if you picked through for the smaller flakes it might be an even closer match. OMG they look fantastic though! Well done! :)

crazymachin:

must cook this ASAP!

Kuroko:

Made a batch for my friend's graduation present...they come out pretty good and are very edible (:
One suggestion though, if you cook them for longer at a lower temperature you can cook them all the way through without burning them.

http://s51.photobucket.com/albums/f357/rainnymph/the%20cake%20is%20a%20lie/
~Pictures ^^

Sipri:

The cake is a lie!!!

Anon2021:

I love this! But I was just wondering, couldn't you subsitute the cookies with cupcakes? Just don't fill up the cups all the way and they won't get the "muffin top" or slice off the tops.. ;) Hehe, I'll have to try this out at the next protest.

Corni:

YOUR MY HERO FOR MAKING THIS. NO LIE. x]

unlike that cake.... but yeah..

Anonymous:

I wonder if you could also use small red jelly beans or something..

AnonGmodder :D:

YAY THA CAKE IS NO LIE!!! I'D EVER KNOW THAT :D :D :D *NUMUMUMUM*

nanikun:

these are amazing cute, and look really good too. a couple years ago i made a portal cake for my friend's birthday (modifying the in game recipe) and it turned out pretty good, but i might just have to try these too!

Anonymous:

omg this is genius, :D

Edward:

So delicouse and moist huh?

cookie manster:

the cake is a lie.

macic666:

GREAT! In Sunday i'm celebrating my birthday so ill make these for the party :D
Thanks!!!

Thrall:

The cake is ALIVE!!!

Awesome idea! My boyfriend and I decided to create something very similar to this to celebrate the Portal 2 release :) We used cupcakes instead and just sliced off parts of the top. We also documented the "journey" and I made a video/credited this idea :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9m5Mqk7iuKc

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