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How to get Chocolate Cake out of a towel?

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  • How to get Chocolate Cake out of a towel?

    So I was making some cake, the kind that you roll up in towels... and they stuck to my towels, so now I have a fine layer of chocolate cake on each. One is a tea towel and the other is a little thicker. Is there a way to get it out or am I outta luck?
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    Re: How to get Chocolate Cake out of a towel?

    I've done that. I just wash them and it comes out. I usually throw the oxiclean boosters in with it though.

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      Re: How to get Chocolate Cake out of a towel?

      i gotta know what kind of cake you roll up in towels? i've never heard of this before!
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        Re: How to get Chocolate Cake out of a towel?

        Like elly, I, too, am dying to know what kind of cake you roll up in towels?
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          Re: How to get Chocolate Cake out of a towel?

          I made a pumpkin roll. It's a thin cake. After it's baked when it's still warm you roll it in a towel until it cools down. Then unroll it, put spread the cream cheese filling over it and roll it back up.

          I'm sure the technique can be used with any roll cake.

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              Re: How to get Chocolate Cake out of a towel?

              Yeah, similar to Scubabe, it was a swiss roll, chocolate cake with vanilla filling that you roll, cool, fill and roll again. Here is the one i made, it was part of a Bombe, which in this case was a round ice cream cake with swiss rolls all over the outside! LB&J: Daring Baker's July 2010 Challenge: Swiss Roll Ice Cream "Bombe"

              I guess i will just wash the towels. I am afraid they'll stain. but I guess I cam always buy more, they aren't special (only that I use them at Easter time and i don't have anymore Easter towels!)
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              In twenty years from now
              Maybe we'll both sit down and have a few beers
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              And how I picked you up and everything changed
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              Sunny days and rain
              I knew you'd feel the same things...


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