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This recipe really takes the cake ... to the next level. 


Kids tired of the same old, same old at dinner? Surprise them with a three-layer meat cake -- a culinary delight covered in mashed potato frosting and glazed with ketchup. YUM!

If you're game serving a hamburger faux-dessert, it's surprisingly simple to make. Blackwidow Bakery offers step-by-step instructions to prepare your very own meat cake. Serve this at your child's next birthday party and your kid will never speak to you again.


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11 comments so far | Post a comment now
Mamimi June 25, 2009, 5:06 PM

Since when is this news? This has been all over the internet for well over a year.

Angie June 25, 2009, 5:32 PM

I’m not a good baker but I might try this.

abbi June 25, 2009, 5:37 PM

god, only greasy fat people would take one unhealthy food and dress it up like another.

yess, lets encourage dessert for dinner now.

this is digusting. and that thing is freakin HUGE.
hopefully she’s planning on feeding an army of homeless with that high-calorie monstrosity, not a mere family of four!


Anonymous June 25, 2009, 5:56 PM


smoore June 25, 2009, 8:45 PM


KateCake June 25, 2009, 10:11 PM

Perfect for April Fools Day.

Aimee June 25, 2009, 11:58 PM

Boy Abbi is a GROUCH! It’s all in good fun! This really would be a great April Fools Day trick! There are ways to cut the grease, use turkey meat, add a ground veggie filler, the mashed potatoes can be pureed cauliflower. See, your rude judging is not necessary Abbi.

aimee June 26, 2009, 8:01 AM

i’m commenting specifically on the MEAT cake that was mentioned in the article. why would i have to use my own imagination to make up for the writers’ shortcomings on a crappy recipe no one in my family would humor?

besides, the thing is HUGE.
doesn’t matter if you make that thing out of tofu, its still WAY TOO LARGE portions. Don’t you know your food guide and recommended servings?

Or are you the rollspolls chef that made this up?

Jennifer June 26, 2009, 5:52 PM

If you would read the article, it was done AS A JOKE. It was for a groom’s cake. It’s NOT a true recipe for families to make and gorge on. I’m sure the momlogic people posted this AS A JOKE, because it’s funny. Not because they want you to make it and eat it.

heather June 30, 2009, 10:09 AM

My family from time to time likes a meatloaf. While I would dramatically make this smaller it would be an interesting idea to at least try. My hubby is a strict meat and potatoes guy so he would enjoy this.

And no we are not a family of heavy weights.

Rachelle October 1, 2009, 8:57 AM

Actually it IS interesting. You could make a “one layer”. It doesn’t have to be so big. All it really is, is meatloaf, & who hasn’t had that? I have a cousin who has different “theme” nights for dinner, & her kids love it! This could be a birthday theme. It would definitely make it more fun for kids to eat, as long as they aren’t expecting a big mouthful of icing when they bite into it!

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