We are sailing on an ocean of chocolate cake!
The other day, I accomplished something that I will do again…and again…and again. I made Pioneer Woman’s chocolate sheet cake! A glorious concoction of butter, sugar, cocoa powder, flour, and a heapin’ dose of love that takes as little as twenty minutes in the oven to bake up into a cake that makes you sigh and almost cry.
You see that little divot out of the corner? That’s my fault…there just happened to be a spoon in my hand and it fell into the corner and extracted a piece. JUST HAPPENED, there was no way out of it.
Rest in peace, chocolate sheet cake piece…you shall be missed…
In my stomach.
I never lick the spoon. I don’t, eggs freak me out…but I did here and I SWEAR, a newly-formed Clara angel is flying around in heaven and I’m just a walking corpse. This stuff IS SO FLIPPING GOOD.
The frosting was awesome too…so awesome…SO awesome. This woman is a sheer genius…(but then again, everyone who knows of her blog knows that…) However, I couldn’t take an entire sheet cake, so I took Bakerella’s approach and made them into what are quite possibly the best cake balls in the history of the world. I wish I could take credit for them, I really do. But I can’t. So I won’t. So I’ll just show pictures and give links. That’s the most justice I can do.
Excuse me, I have to go sob in joy.
In other words. Love. In a pan.