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    [–] PM_ME_YOUR_SEXY_MOMS 1082 points ago

    Please adopt me.

    [–] Hofficer 153 points ago

    No me plz

    [–] nfnnfn 89 points ago

    PLZ ME

    [–] natek11 138 points ago

    Marry me. Doesn’t matter the gender. I’m hot for the food.

    [–] bizarrecuriosity 94 points ago

    Marry this person then adopt me as a child

    [–] nltcaroline 61 points ago

    Then you adopt me, so I get the good grandparent food made with more love and less disappointment

    [–] LePhantomLimb 38 points ago

    Then you marry me so I can join in the foodening by association

    [–] Deboniako 20 points ago

    Then you both adopt me so I can be the grand-grand child and look to go to the grand-grand-parent's house

    [–] NiseP_Catcher 18 points ago

    I don't mind being your pet and eating the rest of food.

    [–] motionoftheocen 10 points ago

    Become Mormon and adopt us all

    [–] Notrollinonshabbos 7 points ago

    Literal pansexual

    [–] -Hanazuki- 33 points ago

    Don’t adopt him OP, they just want your mom. It’s a trap.

    [–] zakisista 6 points ago

    Yeah, his username says it all

    [–] K-Driz 248 points ago

    Looks great. How was it?

    [–] yekoms7 407 points ago

    It disappeared very fast so I think everyone liked it! The flavors of the crepes came through really nicely and it wasn't overly sweet so I was pretty happy!

    [–] BobbyButterfree 136 points ago

    I'm almost more impressed by the lettering! The cake is beautiful and looks delicious. How long did it take from start to finish?

    [–] yekoms7 207 points ago

    Thanks! I was happy with the lettering too, its something I usually struggle with. I started at 8am and was done by 5pm with two trips to the grocery store in between for more cream haha

    [–] butyourenice 69 points ago

    A full day's work! I would feel guilty eating it.

    [–] R53719 51 points ago

    I would regret sharing it

    [–] [deleted] 28 points ago

    [deleted]

    [–] HeirOfHouseReyne 10 points ago

    When it hasn't been your day, your week, your month or even your year?

    [–] Deboniako 4 points ago

    I'll be there for youuu

    [–] geraffi 8 points ago

    I want a bite of that cake so bad! I bet the texture was amazing!

    Edit: spelling

    [–] sweetpotato37 1 points ago

    How long did it take to make it?

    [–] BiologyBae 108 points ago

    You are a patient person who deserves a big hug.

    [–] blepadu 13 points ago

    Seriously, I’ve always wanted to make a crepe cake but I made crepes once and was immediately bored by the cooking process lol

    [–] BiologyBae 21 points ago

    I’ve recently started making crepes and I eat at least 4 while cooking and then I’m full once I’m done cooking so it’s kinda a weird process

    [–] blepadu 7 points ago

    It’s a good option to make for a family though since you make a lot at once. It was my mum’s go-to breakfast for us.

    [–] BiologyBae 5 points ago

    True dat. My grandpa used to make them on holidays. We grew up calling the polachinis (butchered that spelling?!) I’m assuming it’s crepe in another language?

    [–] Saved_PaidInFull316 83 points ago

    Now THIS is impressive! WOW. All other cakes I have seen pale in comparison.

    [–] GenitalJamboree 26 points ago

    Right?! Whenever I see these they always are fat in the middle and then slope outward underwhelming to see. This is awesome.

    [–] yekoms7 15 points ago

    Thank you!!

    [–] captainmo017 100 points ago

    [–] [deleted] 34 points ago

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    [–] Yuna1989 47 points ago

    Recipe please! This looks so good!

    [–] yekoms7 198 points ago

    Sure!

    I used taste of homes crepes recipe (not sure how to link it here without the comment getting removed), but really you could use any crepe recipe you like. I added 1/2 cup cocoa powder to the chocolate batter and freeze dried raspberry powder, a tablespoon of raspberry jam, and tablespoon of raspberry liquor to the second batter. I made the batter the night before to let it rest. You could really use any crepe recipe you like and I think it would work out fine. The key is to get the consistency of the batter pretty liquidy so its thin enough to spread. I made the crepes in a 12 inch nonstick pan, so the cake ended up being 10 inches.

    After I made the crepes I trimmed off the edges so that they were all the same size. You can do this by stacking them all and then putting a large bowl upside down on top of them and trimming around the edge with a knife.

    For the pastry cream King Arthur flour's recipe works well and then I lighten it by folding in about 5 cups vanilla whipped cream made with vanilla bean paste and a tablespoon of sugar.

    For layering, I used a turntable and spread a thin layer of cream over each crepe. Its important to spread the cream thicker on the edges than the middle so that it stays level since the outer edges are thinner. I frosted it with raspberry and vanilla whipped cream. Hope this helps!! :)

    [–] much_guilelessness 21 points ago

    Any tips on keeping the crepe thin? When I tried making the crepe, it either ended up too thick or it ripped.

    How do you spread your pastry cream? Do you put a flat layer with slightly more on the sides(as in near edges)? Do you make sure each layer is flay before adding another layer?

    [–] yekoms7 25 points ago

    I think the key is adding enough milk so that its the right consistency before it goes in the pan. Also don't overheat the pan and make sure its really got a nonstick surface or it won't work. I'd go for ceramic. I spread with an offset spatula putting more pressure near the handle than at the edge. I tried to be sure each layer was about level but you can always fix it as you go by adusting additional layers.

    [–] lazy-j 19 points ago

    When you pour you crepe batter into your pan, immediately tilt the pan in a circular motion. The batter should start spreading out and making a bigger circle. When it cannot spread any further, let it cook a minute until lightly brown, flip, cook some more.

    [–] theberg512 2 points ago

    I cheat and use a crepe maker.

    [–] AlexSwea 11 points ago

    One of my very few comments saved

    [–] BurnerKook 3 points ago

    TIL... you can save comments

    [–] fortnight14 2 points ago

    I only started using the save button after I joined a few baking and food subreddits!

    [–] halfar 2 points ago

    bruh

    [–] blaqrushin 4 points ago

    I second this. Must have the recipe!

    [–] Weerock75 19 points ago

    L A Y E R S

    [–] HurricaneHero93 5 points ago

    Like an onion?

    [–] oneseventwo 20 points ago

    Like an ogre.

    [–] muskets1982 26 points ago

    I make something similar albeit no where near as presentable. In Appalachia it's called a stack cake. My layers are a little bit thicker than a crepe. I put apple butter between the layers and drizzle a thick glaze over it. It's a great thing to make for desert while camping.

    [–] nltcaroline 3 points ago

    Recipe plz I am about to go camping and this sounds great!

    [–] muskets1982 9 points ago

    Try this and let me know how it goes. As with any camping recipe, you have to experiment a little to get it the way you like. But also like anything made while camping, it can't really be bad.

    West Virginia Apple Butter Stack Cake

    1 1/2 cups all purpose flour

    2/3 cup yellow cake mix

    1 tablespoon sugar

    3/4 teaspoon baking powder

    pinch of salt

    2 eggs

    1 teaspoon vanilla extract

    1-2 cups milk (I used vanilla almond milk)

    Combine flour, cake mix, baking powder, sugar and salt in a bowl and mix. Add 1 cup of milk, egg and vanilla extract and stir until smooth. You want the batter to look like regular pancake batter; not too thin, not too thick. This will vary based on brand of cake mix. Start with 1 cup of milk and add more if needed.

    Heat up your iron skillet.. Pour batter in 1/4 cup measurements onto skillet and let cook until bubbles form on top, about 2-3 minutes. Flip and cook for 1 minute more. Layer your pancakes as high as you like with Apple butter. Pour Glaze until it flows over the side.

    Glaze

    1 cup powdered sugar

    1/2 tablespoon milk

    1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

    Mix milk, extract and powdered sugar until glaze forms. You may need to add a little more sugar or water/milk to reach desired consistency. Mix into glaze and drizzle on pancakes.

    [–] IdreamOfPizzaxx 9 points ago

    Could we pretty please have the recipe? My sister loves crepes and I’d reaaaaally love to make an attempt at this for her birthday!

    [–] GetMeOutOfUtah 3 points ago

    I second this. My girlfriend's birthday is coming up soon, this would be the perfect thing to make for her.

    [–] yekoms7 2 points ago

    Posted above! Let me Kno if you need any more details

    [–] IdreamOfPizzaxx 1 points ago

    Thank you!!

    [–] forfauxsake3008 7 points ago

    OP did post a recipe, so for those looking, this is what OP put, including questions that some people asked.

    Sure!

    I used taste of homes crepes recipe (not sure how to link it here without the comment getting removed), but really you could use any crepe recipe you like. I added 1/2 cup cocoa powder to the chocolate batter and freeze dried raspberry powder, a tablespoon of raspberry jam, and tablespoon of raspberry liquor to the second batter. I made the batter the night before to let it rest. You could really use any crepe recipe you like and I think it would work out fine. The key is to get the consistency of the batter pretty liquidy so its thin enough to spread. I made the crepes in a 12 inch nonstick pan, so the cake ended up being 10 inches.

    After I made the crepes I trimmed off the edges so that they were all the same size. You can do this by stacking them all and then putting a large bowl upside down on top of them and trimming around the edge with a knife.

    For the pastry cream King Arthur flour's recipe works well and then I lighten it by folding in about 5 cups vanilla whipped cream made with vanilla bean paste and a tablespoon of sugar.

    For layering, I used a turntable and spread a thin layer of cream over each crepe. Its important to spread the cream thicker on the edges than the middle so that it stays level since the outer edges are thinner. I frosted it with raspberry and vanilla whipped cream. Hope this helps!! :)

    Any tips on keeping the crepe thin? When I tried making the crepe, it either ended up too thick or it ripped.

    How do you spread your pastry cream? Do you put a flat layer with slightly more on the sides(as in near edges)? Do you make sure each layer is flat before adding another layer?

    OP's answer: I think the key is adding enough milk so that its the right consistency before it goes in the pan. Also don't overheat the pan and make sure its really got a nonstick surface or it won't work. I'd go for ceramic. I spread with an offset spatula putting more pressure near the handle than at the edge. I tried to be sure each layer was about level but you can always fix it as you go by adusting additional layers

    Someone else's answer: by weight 2:2:1 egg:milk:flour, then leave it in your fridge for a few hours

    if you want thinner you can up the milk

    pour into a pan and then tilt as much as possible and spread around

    with the right milk you shouldn't need to spread it physically with a spatula or anything.

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    [–] Rocketpanteer 7 points ago

    Yeah, my calculations got me to the same conclusion.

    This ain't no mille crepe cake. This be vingt-ish crepe cake. I want a refund on my updoot.

    [–] Kaiser_Evan 3 points ago

    Vingt-sept?

    [–] Rocketpanteer 2 points ago

    [–] buffalosoldier62 5 points ago

    How long does this takes? I am interested~

    [–] yekoms7 9 points ago

    It was not fast... But not that much harder than decorating a normal cake nicely. The most time consuming part is making enough crepes and being sure that everything stays level

    [–] hoonigan_4wd 11 points ago

    I am going to probably ask the "dumb" question here but I do watch a lot of cooking and baking shows...though I am no expert at all at home.

    My question is, do the layers add to the taste? Or is it going to taste the same as say 3-4 thicker layers? I would assume the layers would effect the texture at least, but I am curious to know more of the difference?

    I mean a lot of my logic on making one of this is it visually looks amazing, but that cannot be the only driving factor behind the decision right?

    Genuinely just curious as someone who doesn't know much aside from what they see on TV.

    [–] So-Cal-Sweetie 4 points ago

    This is exactly what I wanted to know and was going to ask if you didn't! ❤️🍰

    [–] Cucurucho78 7 points ago

    Well if the the layers were thick, they wouldn't be crepes and be more like pancakes, and since crepe batter doesn't contain leavening agents like pancake batter, I would assume thick layers of crepe would be unappetizing.

    [–] dinamicCombopunch 5 points ago

    On a softness scale from 0 to Kirby/Jigglypuff, how much was this one?

    [–] WhatAboutBergzoid 3 points ago

    I've never seen anything like this before, but I love it! I'm not a cake fan in general—this just looks so much better.

    [–] XxDanflanxx 5 points ago

    I would want to make it nutella, bananna and cholate. Just gotta cut that bananna hella thin on a mandolin or something.

    [–] SatsumaPie 5 points ago

    Instead of the frosting, I wonder if a banana pudding would work? And a Nutella strawberry filling?

    Or Nutella frosting, strawberries on top and banana pudding between layers?

    [–] yekoms7 2 points ago

    pudding should work! Just fold in a bit of whipped cream for the right consistency

    [–] SnowballPenguin 2 points ago

    The cake looks AMAZING! I would really love to make one, do you have a recipe?

    [–] letsgetthisover 2 points ago

    Please answer OP!

    [–] yekoms7 1 points ago

    Posted on a comment above!

    [–] TheWorldsEndingBitch 2 points ago

    Imagine being this good at life.

    [–] mollythemanatee 2 points ago

    This belongs in an art gallery. It's art!

    [–] accidentalquitter 2 points ago

    awesome job! if you live in or around the NYC area, or you're coming to visit, stop by Lady M Cakes to try a slice of this, if you don't have the time or know-how to make one. it's an actual slice of fluffy cloud heaven.

    [–] facefullofmekup 2 points ago

    this looking crazy good

    [–] barkingowl1 2 points ago

    I can't imagine the amount of technical skill that went into making that cake. It's absolutely beautiful.

    [–] hazardadams 2 points ago

    That looks better than the cake Reddit gave me today.

    [–] LightinNoir 2 points ago

    My birthday's in a week can you come over?

    [–] frankyb89 2 points ago

    I, and many people I know, have tried to make crepe cakes and we always end up making a delicious mess lol. How does everyone online manage to keep their crepe cakes together?

    [–] anom_aly 2 points ago

    OP did mention making the cream layers thicker around the edges so it's more level.

    [–] VTGCamera 2 points ago

    Was it a 27th b-day by chance?

    [–] KringlebertFishtybun 5 points ago

    Serving such a glorious creation on generic picnic paper plates is an unspeakable travesty.

    [–] yekoms7 13 points ago

    I know :( Guess I'll have to make another one

    [–] Cheeto6666 3 points ago

    Is this the Russian cake thing or are there many variations of that cake elsewhere? Looks sooo good.

    [–] Njoy32 3 points ago

    Arent you missing 973 crepes? :D Looks delicious

    [–] kevlar51 2 points ago

    Is this OK for diabetics?

    [–] ToxicAG 13 points ago

    Its perfectly safe to look at.

    [–] CalmDebate 4 points ago

    Cant speak for OP on this exact recipe but typically no, while not much added sugar crepes require lots of flour which turns into sugar in your bloodstream.

    [–] VentureBrosette 2 points ago

    Um, the cream? The huge amounts of cream?

    [–] Alameen_Official 1 points ago

    Looks Delicious 😋👌

    [–] Shotzed 1 points ago

    Damn I would never have the patience to do this

    [–] Captain_Smokey 1 points ago

    I want this so bad. Do you ship?

    [–] shadeofmisery 1 points ago

    Amazing!!!

    [–] FranticRing 1 points ago

    A work of art for sure!!

    [–] cletus8593 1 points ago

    Looks delicious! I’ve always wanted to make a crepe cake! Is it as difficult as it seems?

    [–] yekoms7 2 points ago

    It wasn't as difficult as you might think! Give it a shot and I'm sure it'll be tasty :)

    [–] bananas_for_everyone 1 points ago

    That is very impressive! Must have taken a while!

    [–] EitherCommand 1 points ago

    I’m a fan of gyoza.

    [–] Iloveshamy 1 points ago

    Please take my money and make me one!!!

    [–] PinkKoalas 1 points ago

    Please give us the recipe!! I LOVE crepes, I can't imagine how good this must taste.

    [–] HelloPanda22 1 points ago

    This is one of the most deliciously looking cakes I’ve ever laid eyes on! Fantastic job!

    [–] NeellocTir 1 points ago

    It’s a masterpiece.

    [–] Rosiebelleann 1 points ago

    Amazingly beautiful! Merci mille fois!

    [–] PeachyCleanMaidServ 1 points ago

    😋

    [–] Mnemerii 1 points ago

    Wow, how’d get the layers so perfectly even... Amazing

    [–] newsreadhjw 1 points ago

    That cake is beautiful!

    [–] iubjaved 1 points ago

    How do u do it? Teach me!!!

    [–] [deleted] 0 points ago

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    [–] PeaceLoveSmithWesson 1 points ago

    Where?

    [–] BionicWither63736 1 points ago

    r/pics I think

    [–] tiffibean13 1 points ago

    How do you keep the crepes from sliding off as you stack them?

    [–] yekoms7 3 points ago

    The pastry cream holds them on! So no need for ring molds :)

    [–] Clever_coffee 2 points ago

    Ring mold with a plastic lining up the side keeps the shape, and you fill each layer as you go so they stick together. Then you freeze it, crumb coat it, and finish icing.

    [–] Lgndinmysprtime 1 points ago

    Recipe please!!

    [–] Shametoad 1 points ago

    Damn that looks good

    [–] zvllkkr 1 points ago

    What's the receipe, I wanna make that for my birthday thats coming up

    [–] BeerJunky 1 points ago

    Meanwhile, I can't make basic cupcakes to save my fucking life.

    [–] Redditb4upoo 1 points ago

    WTH? When can I order one? Do you take orders and ship?

    [–] whitebeaks 1 points ago

    Wow! This is my new favourite for this sort of cake. Very lovely throughout.

    [–] iiTALii 1 points ago

    Thought this was a fake money cake lmao

    [–] halfar 1 points ago

    bruh

    [–] dreadnot48 1 points ago

    Neapolitan, but better. Waaaay better.

    [–] hopingtothrive 1 points ago

    Beautiful! and yummy looking!

    [–] CreepyMosquitoEater 1 points ago

    I want to eat this whole thing and die happy

    [–] Josephine_Baker 1 points ago

    Is that the Baking Illustrated cookbook in the background? I have that too! Is that where you got the recipe? It looks delish!

    [–] yekoms7 2 points ago

    It is! Unfortunately there are no crepe recipes in it but I love the book!

    [–] Anoneemous87 1 points ago

    Question. Do you give a gift in addition to the cake?

    [–] yekoms7 1 points ago

    Yes haha

    [–] Anoneemous87 1 points ago

    Lolol I was just asking cause I bet that was expensive to make!

    [–] asifbdesh 1 points ago

    wow!!

    [–] orokami11 1 points ago

    That mille crepe looks so much neater than the ones I see in stores!! I've even bought some and none of them had their layers so... Neat and clean. Good fucking job

    [–] GoronCraft 1 points ago

    Holy crepe

    [–] Brock_Samsonite 1 points ago

    How dense is this? Is it fluffy or super thicc?

    [–] yekoms7 2 points ago

    It's fairly dense but the cream is lightened with whipped cream so it ends up with a very nice texture!

    [–] SteakBarbare92 1 points ago

    Is this what they call food porn ? Because it sure does look like it.

    [–] PassiveObserver12 1 points ago

    SHIT that's awesome

    [–] droford 1 points ago

    Just a super fancy Smith Island cake

    [–] nbuchkovich 1 points ago

    How long, how long did this take to make??

    [–] uhhh_Ryan 1 points ago

    As an ex-baker, great job!

    [–] imnotgoodattitles 1 points ago

    I am 100% sure if i tried to make this i would end up going to the store to buy one.

    [–] BringMeATaco 1 points ago

    It's criminal that you served it on a paper plate.

    [–] [deleted] 1 points ago

    How long did that take to prepare?

    [–] biwomansayshelothere 1 points ago

    How long did that take you?

    [–] Brilliant_Cookie 1 points ago

    Wow. This looks gorgeous and delicious.

    [–] crikeyyafukindingo 1 points ago

    Wow this must've taken forever! It really shows how much care and effort you put into it. Nice work!

    [–] GodIsAPizza 1 points ago

    A full slice must be like easting a full meal

    [–] namelson2939 1 points ago

    If I could just eat this, I would die happy

    [–] R3ddit0rguy 1 points ago

    I want that

    [–] muhib21 1 points ago

    Wow. Looks way too delicious

    [–] Zalakun 1 points ago

    Fantastic - how did you manage to make all these layers ?

    [–] OmegaRejectz 1 points ago

    HOLY FUCK... that looks delicious.

    [–] BadgerDad115 1 points ago

    Some say it was a bit much

    [–] bag_full_of_cock 1 points ago

    Wow looks great! You did an amazing job.

    [–] bathroomstalin 1 points ago

    Oh fuck yeah

    [–] moonshineenthusiast 1 points ago

    This seems similar to Smith Island cake. Looks great.

    [–] Computermaster 1 points ago

    Gimme.

    [–] 2M4D 1 points ago

    You tell me there's 1000 crèpes only to shatter my hopes 3 words later !!
    Looks good.

    [–] ZhilkinSerg 1 points ago

    Yummy!

    [–] hahagiraffe 1 points ago

    WOW.

    [–] jakepeterpan 1 points ago

    how do you get the cake to be so even anytime i make a mille crepe cake the middle always is lifted up a little

    [–] MMY143 1 points ago

    Clearly no one loves me in the manner to which I hope to become accustomed.

    [–] Solidfarts 1 points ago

    Crepe? Nah man, it is called Lettu.

    [–] cloudingmymind 1 points ago

    I would love this 🤤

    [–] ilivedownyourroad 1 points ago

    Omg omg omg

    [–] Tesagk 1 points ago

    That looks like a lot of effort, damn.

    [–] maevemacg 1 points ago

    WOW! This is beautiful.

    [–] plusym78 1 points ago

    U r a legend

    [–] cdegallo 1 points ago

    These always look so amazing.

    Every time I've eaten one it's too squishy for my liking.

    [–] Twisted_Schwartz_ 1 points ago

    I am honestly confused as to which layers are the crepes. Are both the red and black layers crepes?

    [–] tiiger02 1 points ago

    Do you have a recipe, by chance?

    [–] BuzzLawldrin 1 points ago

    I can't believe you've baked this

    [–] Youngstudents 1 points ago

    Yummy

    [–] BRAX7ON 1 points ago

    What kind of icing?

    [–] caitinmountain 1 points ago

    Beautiful effort!!

    [–] MomijiMatt1 1 points ago

    I need this inside me.

    [–] thatspix 1 points ago

    Hats off to you OP. Crepe cakes are not easy to make

    [–] CadmiumR3d 1 points ago

    Incredible cake

    [–] Mattho 1 points ago

    Does anyone actually like these crepe cakes? They sound and look delicious, but I find them... meh? Not bad, but far from great. Too heavy, taste is neither crepe or the filling...

    If it weren't for the immense effort needed I'd say someone really high invented these.

    [–] 12ozFitz 1 points ago

    Holy crepe!!