Christmas and New Year’s Eve aren’t only about celebrating, but usually stuffing oneself full of food, if it’s healthy or not, usually involving with many calories. Some people like to bake, while some really like to create larger than life cakes.
It all started with the present my girlfriend got: a Grand Ferrero Rocher. If you’re not aware of this, it’s typically a mostly expensive small ball of chocolate with some other crunchy chocolate parts in it. But this Grand version was so big that it was even more difficult to open than actually eating it. To give an impression how this could turn out, watch the following video:
Surprised by the very small… surprises inside (not to mention the ones falling inside the keyboard and other gaps)? Well, if you think this one’s big, just wait until you see how a Giant Ferrero Rocher Cake was baked by Cookies, Cupcakes and Cardio.
Now this led to another video by How to Cook That in which Ann Reardon doesn’t only offer advice on how to use up tons of chocolate, but also how people react to this when given as a present:
If you know of any other crazy recipes or videos about food, candy or whatever, let me know. I have a few others in store, but I’m interested in your findings as well or what you think about these larger than life sweets.
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