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Festive Yule Log

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Not only is this Festive Yule Log tasty, it’s a beautiful showpiece too. This holiday dessert takes some time to make, but it’s worth the trouble.
40 min
3 hr 40 min
20 servings
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I think that parchment paper is better than waxed paper and no confectioners sugar at all on them. I also tried it with a pudding/sugar-free white chocolate mixture is much better than coffee. Use the same pudding mixture that u used in the lemon strawberry creamcheese pie. You'll see a big difference. let the cake cool completely folks and it won't crack so much.
i made it just a few minutes ago,..... saying tried to make it will be much more appropriate.all was going well,i baked the cake,rolled it up and made the filling.the filling was delicious.but when came the time to unroll it,i can't remember how many pieces it broke into.........all was wasted.i can just say that it was only a waste of time.
I had a big problem with this recipe. I ended up having to remake the cake part of it because the first one broke into so many pieces when I unrolled it. My second one broke as well, but we were able to save it. I believe the powdered sugar on the wax paper made the cake stick and separate. Also, the frosting had WAY to strong of a coffee flavor for everyone in the family, so I ended up scraping all the frosting off and refrosting with only 2-3 tsp of coffee mixed in instead of 3 tbsp. People like the cake, but not enough to go through the trouble of making it again.
This recipe was so easy to make. It came out very nice. The 'oohs' and the 'ahhs' were priceless at the dinner table on Christmas day.
My log cracked in 3 places when I unrolled it to add the filling, so I threw it away. We did make delicious mini cupcakes with the left over batter, frosted them green and arranged them on a platter in the shape of a Christmas Tree.
Made it over the holidays. Everyone oohed and aahed.
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