Andrew begged me to make a bûche de Noël, so we cozied together on the sofa to Google.
He had clicked on the Yodel Yule Log before I could even type genoise.
A dessert made of snack cakes? The very thought!
He was not to be deterred.
He unwrapped, sliced, and decorated--all by himself! Suddenly, convenience looked a whole lot sweeter.
Cost: $1 for 10 Little Debbie Swiss Rolls, plus $1 for homemade frosting and colors.
Oh, I would SO do this if I could eat wheat! Looks very cute!
I love it! Cute and easy, what could be better? Oh, I know - easy enough for him to do it himself!
Merry Christmas, Meredith!
Perfect!! Absolutely perfect!! He will never miss the genoise and pastry cream, but he will definitely remember making these by himself.
I love it! Too late this year, but next year it's on!
Awe those are so sweet. They remind me of the yule log made of plaster of paris and coffee cans that my grandma always had sitting on her stereo.
Merry Christmas to all!!!
Brilliant! Andrew did a great job!
Merry Christmas.. loved his yule logs..
Clever idea and so much easier than the real thing! I'm glad he enjoyed that.
as a genuine Quebecer...it's awesome.....what a great craft...
i think these are so cool....perfection is a happy helping child..not the "perfect" log...my sister makes a great buche...
merry xmas to your family...your simplifying your festivities was a great thing this year...still gracious and generous...i wish nashville wasnt so far..as i'd love to go to blissdome...and meet you and shannon....
Celina in Canada
Beautiful Andrew! I think my 4 yo would love this, I'll have to remember for next year as he has recently outgrown a food allergy and can eat some of these previously off-limits treats!
LOL - heck of a lot quicker than the traditional buche!
what a very talented child. I know you are so proud. Hope your Christmas was grand. Roxie
Excellent work Andrew!
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