We no chocolate ripple biscuit recipes support this version of Internet Explorer. I like to play around in the kitchen, and today’s birthday cake is a perfect example of such amusement.
My leap year baby hits double digits this year, and since there is no 29th this month, we celebrated with friends and family last weekend. The icebox cake is also know as a chocolate wafer cake or a Zebra cake, and consists simply of Nabisco chocolate wafters and sweetened whipped cream. My kids discovered this dessert one Christmas, when we made Joy the Baker’s icebox Yule log, and have loved it ever since. When Mateo requested an icebox cake for his birthday, I decided to raise the bar and have some fun in the process. There’s a number cake trend that has caught my eye on Pinterest and Instagram recently. As I was expecting over 25 people for this birthday party, I got to work brainstorming a cake that was up for the task.
It needed to have the flavours and texture of the classic icebox wafer cake but I wanted it to be in the style of a number cake. In the end, it turned out even better than I expected. I had so much fun making this creation! Mateo was thrilled with his icebox cake, and the guests loved it, too.