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How to dress up a yule log?

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petitpois Fri 18-Dec-15 12:21:31

I haven't been feeling very well recently so my grand ideas for Christmas Day pudding have gone out the window. Instead I am eyeing out a chocolate yule log at Tescos but would like to dress it up a bit so it looks as if I've gone to a little bit of effort. Any ideas?

shysal Fri 18-Dec-15 13:06:57

The simplest would be a sprig of holly and a sprinkling of icing sugar 'snow'. The home baking aisle will also have edible robins, reindeer etc. I hope you will feel well enough to enjoy Christmas, don't overdo it!

ninathenana Fri 18-Dec-15 13:29:53

All the above and if its big enough cut a piece of one end and arrange it at right angles so it looks like a branch. I always think that gives a homemade feel.

rosesarered Fri 18-Dec-15 16:42:47

I will be baking one as usual, on Sunday, in fact this is a tradition I wish that I had never started! The usual fight to get it rolled up in the teatowel!?

rosesarered Fri 18-Dec-15 16:44:33

petitpois yes, just a sprinkling of icing sugar and a sprig of holly and a little robin or other bird.

M0nica Fri 18-Dec-15 17:05:56

You can get glitter icing sugar and little edible silver stars in the cake decoration section of any supermarket. Put the icing sugar in a tea strainer and shake over the Yule log and then scatter the stars.

ashleyrose Sat 27-Feb-16 13:13:10

wear dress whatever you are the most comfortable wearing . Also wear you most comfortable walking shoes. I also would not heed the advice of someone who has not been to Vegas for several years.

Indinana Sat 27-Feb-16 13:14:30

confused

kittylester Sat 27-Feb-16 13:16:17

Quite grin

ninathenana Sat 27-Feb-16 13:27:44

Ooh er, missus grin

loopylou Sat 27-Feb-16 13:37:14

😳
That's a bit personal!

ninathenana Sat 27-Feb-16 13:51:35

wrong thread ? grin

Ana Sat 27-Feb-16 13:54:27

Wrong website completely, I think!

glassortwo Sat 27-Feb-16 13:55:23

grin and I was looking for tips of what to do with a log wink

rosesarered Sat 27-Feb-16 17:27:08

maybe for jumping over a log?grin