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Pudgy Cake

Side view of Pudgy Cake decorated with chocolate chip cookies around the sides
 
Pillsbury Cake Redux.
This cake was inspired by a few different things…first and foremost by the cool Pillsbury products I received in the mail (that you can get too) AND by haters.
I have to admit to you, I kinda love haters.
I mean if you have people who take the time to write emails or oddball comments it means you’re important enough to them to take the time out of their day to let you know you spelled flour like “flower” or that a “snowflake actually has 8 points, not 6”.
Plus, I kinda get a chuckle when people get riled up, ya know?
Honestly, where would The Situation be if he didn’t have haters?
I can tell where he WOULDN’T be…on TV.
See, sometime haters are the fuel that pushes you forward.
Don’t get me wrong, I certainly am not going to make a career based on my rock solid abs.
But I CAN make a career making abs across the world squishy.
So this cake was inspired by a super cool person out there who said that I am the reason America is fat.

 I love that I have that power. Mwah-ha-ha-ha!

 

So if you’re looking to get your pudge on this is for you.
Be warned, though, it’s hard core.
Like the Hustler of desserts.
Not NC-17…this is Triple X.
There’s cake, there’s brownie, there’s cookie dough, there’s vanilla frosting, there’s chocolate frosting, there are chocolate chip cookies…Gah!
It’s kinda like that weird Turducken thing people make on Thanksgiving…but with none of the same stuff…and WAY better

 
 
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Get Your Pudge On


Ingredients

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  • Pillsbury Brownie Mix, baked according to package directions
  • Funfetti Cake. Bake cake in 2 8″ round pans. You will only need one layer for this recipe. Freeze the other layer for another time.

Egg Free Cookie Dough

  • 1 c. butter, softened
  • 1 c. packed light brown sugar
  • 1/2 c. granulated sugar
  • 4 Tbsp. milk
  • 2 tsp. vanilla extract
  • 1 t. salt
  • 2 c. all-purpose flour
  • 1 1/2c. mini semi-sweet chocolate chips

Vanilla Butter cream


Instructions

  1. Bake Brownie according to package directions in a 8″ round cake pan. Allow it to cool completely.
  2. Bake your Pillsbury Funfetti cake in 8″ round pans. Cool completely
  3. (You will use only one of these for this cake…freeze the other layer or make cake pops)

Egg Free Cookie Dough

  1. Combine first 5 ingredients in a mixing bowl and cream together. Add flour and stir until combined. Stir in chocolate chips.

Cake assembly

  1. Spread cookie dough on top of brownie layer
  2. Top your cookie dough with your funfetti layer.
  3. Frost the entire cake with vanilla frosting.

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Bake your layers..your brownie and your cake.
 
ake you cookie dough filling and spread it on top of your brownie layer…
(I had a little dough leftover for my “kids” to eat)

Top your cookie dough with your funfetti layer.

Now stand back and smile lovingly at what you have just created. That’s an important step.
Frost the entire cake with vanilla frosting.
You can use my recipe, or your own favorite.
I baked some chocolate chip cookies to add to the side for decoration and also used the Pillsbury No Fuss Frosting in Decadent Chocolate Fudge to pipe some embellishments.
Ta-da!! People will be happy that you made this.  Believe.
Don’t hate…appreciate

xoxo

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118 comments on “Pudgy Cake”

  1. For years I’ve been told my love is fattening and dang it, I take pride in it! I love making yummy noms for my boyfriend, friends, and family ^_^ . My fiance lost his almost-6pk abs the first year we were together. Not only did I warn him but so did my father (who says I’m just like my mother) and close friend warned him to beware my fattening love lol. He sooo didn’t listen XD

  2. Bahahaha! You’re making America fat? I love it! I must have missed the post where you hog-tied all of America to a chair and force-fed them one of your delicious concoctions. I’m Canadian, so I’m safe I guess. Phew.
    I just popped over to your site after my weekly drool-fest at ConfessionsofaCookbookQueen. I am now following both of you, which will significantly cut down on my productivity at work. But I have to read your posts there because I can’t jump up from my desk and immediately make what I see. The way I see it, this is the only way we can be friends without me weighing 200 pounds by Christmas.
    So, yeah.
    Love the site, and look forward to seeing all the Caramel Apple recipes from both you and Ms. CB Queen are dishing up!
    Happy baking,
    Fiona

  3. Always Hungry

    That is absolutely the most beautiful thing I have ever seen!! I am staring at it in awe lol you are truly brilliant ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. This is sooo awesome hehe. I just love your blog. Im going to try to make this today the only thing Im going to do different is use Chocolate Frosting b.c I have some leftover in my fridge and its just going to waste if I dont use it ๐Ÿ™‚ So Im doing a good thing by making this to make sure the poor frosting doesnt go to waste. You are helping save the planet with your recipies now ๐Ÿ™‚

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