VorGuy grew up getting a taste of cake batter, icing, and cookie dough when his mother or grandmothers baked. A scraping of what was left in the mixing bowl after the rest was baking in the oven, it was common in the 1950s, 1960s, and even 1970s - until public awareness about salmonella in raw eggs became a concern.
The first thing he did when he moved out on his own was make a bowl of cake batter (mix) and eat the whole thing. Then he got frosting (mix or can, I do not remember) and ate that whole bowl, too.
He enjoyed doing it - until the stomache ache set in about the time he finished the bowl of frosting...........apparently that ONE time did fulfill his childhood fantasies, because ever since he's been satisfied with the scrapings of the mixing bowl (although he has suggested that I leave an extra spoonful in the bowl........).
I think the stomach ache convinced him that there was a reason that you didn't eat the whole cake, frosting & all, by yourself - whether it had been baked or not..............