„Wooow, what a beautiful cake“ exclaimed my husband licking his lips when I invited him to help me take photos of my new dessert!
„That’s not a cake, those are bars!“ I explained to him a little mad about the fact that he could call my Dreamy Creamy Coconut Bars „cake“.
„No way you can convince me these are bars! Like I never ate bars in my life“, he couldn’t stop complaining.
„I don’t want to talk about that at all. I should know what I’m baking! It’s bars!“ I stepped up the tone slowly
Bars, cake, bars, cake… you could hear a few more times one after another
„Well, OK, explain to me the difference between these „bars“ and „Sex in the Pan“, cake which you made not so long ago“? He just wouldn’t let up.
„Well now that’s enough. If you want to try this sweet treat, you will have to come to terms with the fact that these are bars“. It was the last ace I had up my sleeve.
„Ok, Ok, it’s bars“ he said with a quiet tone and stepped back probably thinking he could stay without a tasty bite 🙂
Still, while we were taking photos of my Creamy Coconut Bars, I saw that I went a little too far. The crust was really for Coconut Bars but I also had a little too much beautiful layer with pudding and cream so my bars really looked at least a little like a cake. Well, OK, when things really stood that way, I decided to make the piece which I will take photos of a little bigger like, say, the one for Chocolate Lasagna and take pictures like that.
And so, after an hour of playing with our camera, my husband couldn’t wait to try what was on the table.
„Ok, can I try this cake already? Ooops, bars!“ He was very inpatient. He ate the first piece in one bite and took another big one.
„Wether bars or cake, one thing is sure! This is fantastic! I love the taste of coconuts on these creams! The only thing is… there goes my diet again“ he concluded while he was licking the spoon.
And so, I leave up to you to decide whether you will call my Creamy Coconut Bars „cake“ or „bars“. But, one thing is sure, you will not make a mistake if you decide to make them yourselves. Cheers!