Baking Your Feelings Away

Cookie

Ingredients:

  • 4 cups of Tears
  • 15 mins. of Quiet Sobs
  • 2 tbsp of Slight Shaking
  • 3/4 cups of Sadness
  • 3/4 cups of Emotional Stress
  • 3 tsp of Frustration
  • 1 Broken Heart
  •  The full list of ingredients from the recipe of your choice (personally, I like to make chocolate chip cookies)

Preheat: Follow pastry recipe instructions.

Step 1:

Take out the ingredients of your recipe of choice while slowly mixing with 4 cups of  tears and 15 minutes of quiet sobs. Careful not to mix too quickly, otherwise you risk damaging, breaking, losing or forgetting your ingredients.

Step 2:

Add 2 tbsp of slight shaking while you begin measuring your pastry ingredients. Add one at a time and carefully mix each time. The slight shaking is very important, but it is complicated to add without ruining your ingredients. Make sure to shake carefully.

Step 3:

Begin mixing your pastry ingredients as your recipe of choice indicates. Throughout the process, mix in 1/4 at a time of sadness. For this process you need to gently allow the sadness to pour out slowly and gently, free of pressure. When you begin using your electric mixer, blend in 1/4 at a time of emotional frustration. This ingredient needs to be poured in constantly and in full confidence. Allow the mixer to help frustration flow easily and break. It’s a tough ingredient, so it needs to be broken down into indistinguishable pieces, which is where the mixer comes in and helps.

Step 4:

Mix in your broken heart into the batter. Depending on how many pieces it’s in, try and break it into as many as you can before mixing it in with your recipe. Make sure no piece gets left behind, every piece is important.

Step 5:

Depending on the recipe of your choice, bake your batter. While your pastry is in the oven, take deep breaths, long sighs and appreciate the mess you have in the kitchen. Begin cleaning and putting the ingredients back in their place while taking deep breaths in the process.

Step 6:

Once your pastries are done, take them out, share, accept all compliments over how good a baker you are, and enjoy what you made. If afterwords the feelings you distracted return, repeat the recipe. This time, invite more people over to enjoy your talents.

 


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