Tuesdays With Dorie – Translucent Maple Tuiles and DOG CAKE

Today was our dog’s second birthday. Happy birthday, dog! Here is a dog cake!

She loved the dog cake.

Now the dog cake is gone forever. This is the aftermath, pardon Rachel’s thumb.

Today’s Dorie recipe is maple-flavored pringles. There was a bit of a learning curve to baking them to the right level of doneness and removing them from the pan at the right time. Half of my cookies were good, the other half were little maple balls.

BALLS.

Finally, here’s a delicious piece of Orange Creamsicle Cake with whipped cream icing that I got at a restaurant. Cake is better than pie, and my dog agrees.

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3 Responses to “Tuesdays With Dorie – Translucent Maple Tuiles and DOG CAKE”

  1. These could have been subtitled “learning curve cookies”. Looks like you had no trouble, though.
    Thanks for baking along with me this week!

  2. Everything looks so good! Happy birthday to your doggy!

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