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Local baker tried to make heart-shaped macarons and they turned out to be a viral sensation

Courtesy of Emma Plummer
Tucson local Emma Plummer,  has become the latest viral sensation all because of a baking mishap.
Plummer is a self-taught baker, who owns Butter and Whisk, an Air Force family owned and operated home bakery. She specializes in macarons, cupcakes, and first birthday smash cakes.
She had big plans to make some heart-shaped macarons . Unfortunately, her cookies ended up looking more like testicles instead.
Shortly after they came out of the oven, she thought they turned out so funny, she posted her ballsack macarons on Twitter and the internet went nuts. Buzzfeed, Delish, Funny Or Die and others wrote articles about the baking mishap and it has been retweeted over 44K times.
According to Plummer’s twitter, her macarons will be featured on Lights Out With David Spade this evening on Comedy Central:

Normally her macarons turn out much much better:

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