Description: Zebra Cake always cracks, at least in my case:), some say that if you bake it at a lower temperature it won't crack, like baking it on 325 F (165C) instead of 350F (180C), as lower temperature prevents the cake from rising rapidly and cracking. Haven't tried yet but it is possible.
Description: Remember when you used to beg mom to buy Little Debbie ® Zebra Cakes? Something about the fluffy yellow cake, the irresistible creme filling and the smooth mix of white icing and fudge stripes bring back those childhood memories.
Description: I never knew this was called zebra cake! Thanks for sharing! This recipe was recently featured in a magazine but it was done in stacks of 5 cookies with fruit neatly displayed on top..a very nice and easier-to-serve variation! Read More
Description: After a couple of trial and error, I gotta tell you, these copycat zebra cakes are better than the store bought ones. What makes the cakes extra special, in addition to being made from scratch, is the white chocolate coating with dark chocolate stripes.
Description: Striking stripes of vanilla and chocolate hide beneath a thick coating of glossy chocolate frosting in this dramatic cake. Best of all, it's surprisingly simple to pull off; the pattern is created by alternating spoonfuls of batter in the center of the pans.
Description: Dab 1/2 teaspoon whipped cream on each wafer. Stack wafers together on a serving plate to make a log 14 inches long. Frost log with remaining whipped cream. Cover with plastic wrap and freeze 4 to 6 hours. Let thaw in refrigerator for one hour. To serve, slice at a 45 degree angle for the full zebra stripe effect.
Description: Place one of the cakes on a cake stand or serving plate and spread 2 tbsp of the buttercream on top, then repeat with the other sponges. Spread a smooth layer of the icing over the top and sides of the cake, using a large palette knife, leaving some slightly less iced spots for a ‘naked’ finish. Top with sprinkles and candles, if you like.
Description: And if you came here looking for a Little Debbie zebra cake, so sorry! Man those little things are good. Let me walk you through my mindset as I was preparing and testing this zebra layer cake. Beware: my mind is a very jumbled space. Recipe Testing. I started by looking at my marble cake recipe. It’s a wonderful base recipe for yellow layer ...
Description: McKee Foods Corporation is a privately held and family owned American snack food and granola manufacturer headquartered in Collegedale, Tennessee. The corporation is the maker of the Little Debbie Snacks, Sunbelt Bakery granola and cereal, Heartland Brands, and Drake's Cakes.
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