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This mini-cake being baked in a miniature kitchen is giving everyone 'full-size satisfaction'

A miniature cake made in a super tiny kitchen is grabbing eyeballs on the internet. People have several questions.

This mini-cake being baked in a miniature kitchen is giving everyone 'full-size satisfaction'
Cover Image Source: Reddit | u/1q8b

Miniature things are super popular on the internet for being cute. With recipes and mini artwork, there's an additional factor of being harder to pull off than things with a more normal size. That's why people on Reddit are getting "full-size satisfaction" from a miniature cake-making process posted by u/1q8b. The video starts with the person vacuuming the kitchen floor and mixing the cake batter in a very tiny setting, which keeps people coming for more. The video has received more than 33k likes and 1k comments.

Image Source: Reddit | u/1q8b
Image Source: Reddit | u/1q8b

The individual first mixes icing sugar and butter. Then, add cake batter to a mini bowl and fill a beaker as small as the tip of a person's fingers with water. They mix the batter with a miniature whisk. Once the batter has been mixed, the baker adds it to a cake mold and puts it in the oven, which is heated with a candle. The baker then cleans the floor with a mini vacuum cleaner and wipes the countertop with kitchen paper. The person then makes the icing with milk and adds it to the cake with sprinkles on top. Finally, the person cleans the extra sprinkles spread on the floor. Everything in the kitchen is super tiny, including a faucet and dishwashing soap bottle. The person also cuts the cake, serves it on a tiny plate and eats it with a cute little fork. People took to the comments to express their amazement at the process.

Image Source: Reddit | u/1q8b
Image Source: Reddit | u/1q8b

u/Defqon1Punk wrote, "I'm just trying to figure out where you get all this stuff. Like, did they make it all themselves? Or can you go to Home Depot for ants and buy all this stuff? I need a 1/⁶⁴ pipe fitting, please. And 1 milligram of flour. Also, how much does that 1x2-inch slab of granite cost? Pulls out a credit card from the phone's SIM card slot." While u/Daritatium commented, "I was expecting a tiny hamster eating the cake at the end. That was disappointing." u/CRIMSoNKuSH replied, "Same, but they wouldn't be able to eat much of the ingredients. There's a YouTube channel dedicated to that and it's so goddamn adorable and I'm a 32-year-old man, lol."

Image Source: Reddit | u/OGistorian
Image Source: Reddit | u/OGistorian
Image Source: Reddit | u/skavinger5882
Image Source: Reddit | u/skavinger5882

u/Carbon-Base responded, "Gravity fed would be my guess too. They've likely got an elevated small container/tank behind the "set" and the tube connects to the faucet. The faucet looks seamless and the handle turns pretty smoothly. They've outdone themselves on that valve if it really controls the flow, but much less so if someone is just timing the water to release when they turn the handle." u/DadsRGR8 shared, "As someone who just had a plumber in last night for a clogged kitchen sink, your drain-less sink annoyed me. Lol. Put in a drain!"

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