For Valentines Day I thought I'd make the man a strawberry cheesecake that spelled out "I love u" complete with strawberry hearts. I made the cheesecake part the night before and bright and early the next morning I decided to put on the whipped cream and arrange the hearts. Even though I shook it up first, the whipped cream came out not so fluffy...but I just went with it.
I covered it loosely with foil and carefully put it on my front seat so I could watch it as I drove it to his house before work.
I repeat, I CAREFULLY put it on my front seat.
I kept glancing over to the cheesecake while on the freeway to make sure it didn't move. It did not.
Little did I know the VERY slight slant in my seat was making the runny whipped cream drip over the side and onto my seat.
Oh yes, the crack where your booty goes on my passenger front seat is now stained cream color. Talk about awkward.
So my "cheesecake" now looks like a pie with a little bit of starbucks foam exploded on it. The strawberry arrangement is ruined. (This was the BEFORE picture! Imagine 1/4 of this runny whipped cream to one side. the rest on my seat, and a few strawberries holding on for dear life near the edge.)
Somebody please tell me how to transport pies alone without ruining them. I don't get it. Pizzas don't do this?! ;) Technically they ARE a pie too! ;)
Moral of the story: your jury-rigged cheesecake transportation at 7 AM when you're not a morning person was probably not the best idea, Hollie.