Although it was published in 1865, Alice In Wonderland remains a popular book and movie for children even today. Indeed in 2010, Tim Burton gave ‘Alice in Wonderland’ a grown up (slightly disturbing spin) in which Johnny Depp powerfully played The Mad Hatter.
One of the pivotal points in the plot of the story has to do with Alice finding and eating the ‘Eat Me’ cake which make her balloon up, burst into tears and almost drown the white rabbit.
From what we can tell, the cake is a miniature version of a typical cake (2 by 3 inches), sweet and decorated with black currants. With those specifications in mind, here’s our recipe for the Alice In Wonderland Eat Me cake.