...with gluten... and then not eating it...
I finally got around to de-glutening my pantry. It turned up with several boxes of cake mix, two packets of Fiber One Blueberry Muffin mix, and a packet of sugar cookie mix. My first thought was that a food bank could use the donations... until I realized they were all a couple months out of date. Now, I know that they are perfectly fine- but having volunteered for a few donation centers I'm well aware that they don't appreciate expired foods.
So, I decided to whip up some baked goods for my g-parents. The first problem came with the muffins. As it turns out, it's impossible to not drip on your fingers while filling up the muffin cups. And then it's impossible to NOT lick your fingers. Damn.
Then, the sugar cookies. I had the cute idea of dipping the sugar cookie balls in holiday sprinkles to make them all festive-like. The next problem came (I think) when I didn't soften the butter. Or maybe it was too soft. Or maybe it was the expiration date issue. Or perhaps my ineptitude. Anyone, so they flattened out a lot around the edges and got quite brown. So then... there were reject cookies. And I couldn't just let those cookies feel bad about themselves.
I wouldn't be human if I had no flaws, right? At least Mama and Papa will forgive me of my errors when they eat some delish muffins.
Do you ever cook/bake things that you're not supposed to eat? How do you resist?