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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.
time
prep:
40 min
total:
3 hr 40 min
servings
total:
20 servings
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posted:
12/24/2011
I want the recipe for the yule log with the white icing and white inside and the pecans, does anybody have that one? Rita
posted:
1/1/2009
I made this again and my whole family loved it i did half of the log with the coffee stuff and the other with whip cream and toffee pieces and i switch the cake to chocolate and the icing with just the Cream Cheese and powdered sugar
posted:
12/24/2008
kraft might want to rethink this one. after reading reviews i made it anyway. it fell apart. i let it cool and took my time.not a keeper. the cake tasted very good. it just wouldn't unroll.
posted:
12/17/2008
i made this for my french class and the loved it i won an award for it. we didnt use the coffe mix and we made it into an ocean theme it was alot of work but it was worth it and it tasted very good.
posted:
12/6/2008
I havent had a chance to make it but I will
posted:
1/1/2008
I just have to say I've make many baked goods and this by far is the best one and the easist i have ever made and now i have many requests to make this at every function as a matter of fact we are going for a new years day dinner and guess what i have to make thank you for you web site and the helpful videos i look forward to more happy new year to all the staff
posted:
12/28/2007
This was absolutely disgusting and dissapointing. I made twelve of these cakes, and each one broke into many pieces. When I got one right, the coffee topping was so terrible and strong that I saw my guests scrape it off, and all of the kids left their pieces untouched. I will never make this cake again!
posted:
12/22/2007
The coffee grounds made it taste awful! I took it to my party and was the joke of the party b/c no one liked it.
posted:
12/12/2007
I liked making this dessert because it was a challenge. Every one at the party loved it! I am not a big coffee fan so I wasn't fond of the topping, however, the cake and the filling was delicious! I think I will use the idea of this recipe to make a similar cake for Christmas.
posted:
11/1/2007
This is amazing! I had no trouble at all, I made 4 of them all different variations. Some pumpkin, lemon curd with raspberry, cream cheese and this. I used parchment paper and I sprayed a buttery spray like pam on it. Not an ounce of problem. Quickly rolled it loosely in a towl and let it rest. Once cooled, I prepared the ingredients and began to reroll. Not a problem. Everyone loves this and I have to make a load again for Thanksgiving and Christmas this year. Diana
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