You’ve probably attempted baking in quarantine.
Maybe you tackled something complex you’ve always wanted to try.
Maybe you worked on your survival skills and learned how to do something basic for the first time.
Maybe you just baked bread, and you know what, that’s great.
Here’s the problem, though. At some point, you’re going to run out of things you want to bake.
Putting raisins in any cookie is a controversial move. This video turns that notion completely on its head by daring to ask the question: What if the entire cookie was made of raisins?
Laurenapolis created a number of tiny, raisin-shaped balls of dough, baked them, added them to a circular pile of raisins and …. well, that’s it, really. She made the inverse of a chocolate chip-raisin cookie.
Other users had a strong reaction to the monstrosity, which many of them deemed “cursed.”
“Wow very creative. Please never create again,” one wrote.
“I want to rip my eyes out,” another said.
“I am very upset,” a third agreed.
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