Lively said she used blue food coloring to dye the waffle batter, then cut it into cubes and “tossed it around” to resemble fur. “I dare you to forget this every time you see him for the rest of eternity,” she joked. The Cookie Monster waffle seems to be pretty easy to make. Lively, 32, has been quarantining with her mother Elaine, husband Ryan Reynolds, 43, and their three daughters. On Tuesday, she shared her kid-friendly masterpiece on Instagram, complete with the steps to make it yourself. In keeping with their long-standing tradition of playfully trolling one another, Lively shared a photograph of her husband rocking a very, very tiny ponytail. “Clearly your birth control doesn’t work so…” he quipped. RELATED: Blake Lively’s Colorist Sends Her At-Home Hair Dye Kit – with Directions for Ryan Reynolds to Help
Aside from perfecting her waffle skills, Lively has also tried her luck playing hairdresser for husband Ryan Reynolds while social distancing. Professional chefs aren’t the only ones getting creative in the kitchen right now —  Blake Lively took a stab at making her own Sesame Street–inspired waffles, and they look almost identical to the Cookie Monster. Finally, she crumbled up Sesame Street crackers and placed them around the mouth. To make the eyes she spooned dollops of cream cheese and placed chocolate disks on each eye to make the pupils. Posting a screenshot of his wife’s message, the Deadpool star joked that the actress, with whom he shares three children, didn’t seem to have any problems with the way he looks. RELATED: Blake Lively’s Mom Joins Ryan Reynolds to Promote ‘Boring’ COVID-19 Charity Shirts
It took her a few tries to perfect this yummy waffle character, though. Her second try resulted in a less disheveled looking Cookie Monster. “Self portrait,” she jokingly captioned. “…This is what they mean by being in your ‘experimental phase’, right?” she captioned the second waffle. Of course, it was only a matter of time before Reynolds responded.