President Donald Trump is claiming that spoon cakes are a sign of “low self-worth” because of the cost of preparing them.

Spoon cakes, or cake pans, are often filled with chocolate and other treats, and have been popular in the United States for generations.

However, they’re also becoming increasingly popular in other countries, particularly in Europe and the Middle East, where prices have been rising as well.

Trump is set to announce an executive order to boost the amount of cheese available for use in the world’s largest cake, and has also called for the U.S. to produce more of the food and cheese it produces domestically.

“These cakes, they come in the shape of a spoon, they are like little trays, and you put cheese in there, and they come out of the spoon,” Trump told Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly.

A spoon cake can cost anywhere from $2.49 to $4.99, with some manufacturers offering more for more flavor.

But, the White House said on Wednesday that the cost for the average American to make one is less than $20.

For those who don’t want to pay $20 to make a slice, there are a few other options: Spoon cake recipes can be found online at the Food Lab, Food-O-Matic and KetoBakingApp, the sites of two popular online cookbooks.

One recipe calls for white chocolate, but other recipes say to use white chocolate cake mix, but not to cook it. 

You can also buy a spoon cake cake in a variety of flavors, but the White Houses own recipes make for the cheapest cake on the market.

Some experts are calling on Trump to reinstate the import ban on spoon cakes, saying the American consumer is increasingly embracing a variety more than ever.

Trump also said on Tuesday that he would allow more people to buy American goods overseas if it helps them avoid “the big, fat tax” that many people are paying in the U.