Wood logs

Wood logs is a danish pastry.

It’s soooooo good. I just love them but was a littel surprised at first when a found out what was in them.

You can always find them in a danish bakery.

It made with left over cake from the day before. . Which mean, the dry cake nobody eats put in a mixer and rolled out like truffles or poop like Mr.big c and Sophia agreed on last.

I know that it’s not offen you have cake left overs but if one day you have I advise you to try this and I promise you will always have a little bit of cake left overs from now on.

  • 500 g of cake. All kinde of dry cake. The best is choclat cake but well I now that is a tough one.
  • 50 g of almond flower
  • 150 g dark chocolat
  • 2 spoones of raspberry marmalade
  • 2 teaspoons essense of Rum but if there are no kids change that with Bailey….
  • Marzipan

Put the cake in a mixer.

Mealt the choclat in the microwave or the old fachon way in bain marie.

Add the rest of the ingredience and mix. Put it in a bowl and let it cool down in the fridge.

You can make your marcipan by your self wiche it really eassy but that recepy I will give you another day.

Roll out you marcipan on the tabel with a little help from icing sugar on the surface.

Roll it out.

Take a spoon of truffle mass and make it like the sice of you Thom. Cut the marzipan so that it can cover the surface of the log.

Dip the ends in melted choclat and f.exampel chopped pistachios and let it rest in the fridge for 1 h.

But if you don’t have marzipan just roll them out as truffles and give them some sprinkles, coconut flakes and they taste as good….

Bob apetit


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