Mummy Cake

Recipe courtesy Zoe Francois

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  • on October 23, 2014

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    When and how do I use the raspberry frosting?

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  • on November 01, 2012

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    This is a very tasty but quite labor intensive dessert. In the end, I'd make it again and recommend it, but there are few suggestions:
    1. I took 2 days to make it and would suggest the same (even though the recipe doesn't ask you to. Cool the cakes and after putting the ganache over the coffins, put in the refrigerator to set overnight. Then the next day it's easier to create the mummies and wrapping.

    2. The ingredients for the cake state that you need 3 sticks of unsalted butter (melted. Well, when you get to making the cake, it says beat butter until soft.....wouldn't it be soft already if it was melted? My daughter and I deduced that it should NOT be melted and we quickly fixed that problem.

    Also, we did not run out of "mummy" icing, but we did run out of the icing used to bandage them, but only by a small amount.

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