Who's a Skor Whore? Me!

Dec 13, 2012


I did my very first recipe a few weeks ago and I have to say, it was pretty fun -- likely because I suck at cooking most things, but boy, oh boy, I can bake the fuck out of a boxed recipe!

This recipe is as easy as the first one, plus it's a great stress reliever! You'll see why.

I call this one, "Four Skor and 3 dress sizes ago."

You will need:
1 Betty Crocker Butter Pecan cake mix - Oh my God, I didn't even know that existed until I discovered this!
1 bag of SKOR minis (or SKOR bits, or 4 SKOR bars) - If these are hard to get in the USA, well . . . that sucks to be you. Come visit me in Canada and we'll work it out.
1 can of Sweetened Condensed Milk - I will add that my MIL insisted that it be Eagle Brand, I have no fucking idea why, but just thought I'd put that out there. Use another brand and tell me how it goes on the other side of the law, mmmk?
1 chopstick
1 mallet


Aside from these items, you'll need whatever the box tells you. Seriously, you know how this goes. Probably an egg, some oil and usually water or milk. Whatever.

1. Bake the Butter Pecan cake in a tin or something. I like the big flat ones but the circles would work too; it's not like it'll change its molecular structure or anything. **Using PAM or butter is a good idea unless it's a no-stick Teflon surface**

2. While it's baking, empty the SKOR minis into a giant freezer bag. HAMMER THOSE FUCKERS INTO TINY PIECES, like, not into oblivion but good sized little bits. A rubber mallet or meat tenderizer is good to use. Don't break your counter top whilst hammering in a fury. Try not to eat too many bits, but who are we kidding? They are so goddamn good.

3. Then, after the cake is done and while it's still hot, STAB THE MOTHERFUCKING SHIT OUT OF IT with the chopstick or something comparable.


Here's my attempt, but apparently, I could have stabbed it twice as more. Pssfftt. Everyone's a critic.

3. Pour about 2/3 of the sweetened condensed milk over the cake. Again, don't wait too long, do it while it's hot. You can put the entire can on it, if you like -- it' really a personal preference on how "gooey" you like your cakes. I found 2/3 was a good amount.

4. Immediately after you pour that crap over the cake, sprinkle all the SKOR bits you have left over the cake.


5. Calm the fuck down and try to let it cool for an hour or more. I know the smell is making your pupils dilate but if you wait a little while, the milk and chocolate will seep into all of the stab wounds and make it even that much more fabulous.



Enjoy this amazing meal dessert. If it wasn't for the fact that I'm a slave to anything with pumpkin, I would claim that this is better -- but since I am, I'm going to have to say it's a close tie.

Let me know how it goes if you try it!! I love seeing pics, even if they do look like roadkill. Ahem.

x


10 comments:

  1. angel shrout said...:

    Oh dear lord I LOVE Skor LOVE IT.. and now you have made me want to add this to my already full list of things to make cause it is Christmas and I have to bake, mix, roll, sift, melt , whisk.. ya know all the stuff candy and cookie making involves.

  1. Ken said...:

    Little son and I had to stop at the grocery and pick up a few things tonight. We also picked up the list of ingredients for your cake.

    We're going to give it a go. :)

  1. Leighannn said...:

    You mentioned the Pam and linked to me!!
    I'm trying this!!
    Who knows what I'll end up with.

  1. Lance said...:

    i need to let my teenager and wife in on this...delicious

  1. Jess said...:

    Best recipe I've ever read, and therapeutic too. :)

  1. Lady Estrogen said...:

    Yes, it's a slightly violent recipe, but in the best way ever ;)

  1. Brenda Reedy said...:

    There is also one other thing that you can pour over the cake first and that is a container of caramel (Mrs. Richardson's is REALLY good), then pour the milk over that while hot and then sprinkle the skor bars...........this is like heaven in a slice of cake!!!

  1. Lady Estrogen said...:

    @Brenda

    Wow. That is just crazy talk . . . and I love it.

  1. Gorilla Bananas said...:

    Interesting recipe. I might try it with my home made banana-locust cake mix.

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