In medieval times, to celebrate the end of winter and to welcome in the New Year, logs were garnished with pinecones and holly then burned for good luck. Somewhere along the way, the burning turned into, the much sweeter, decorating and eating of a cake shaped like a log. The real holly and pinecones turned into raspberries, powdered sugar snow and edible fondant mushrooms. The yule log as it is commonly referred to, continues to be a deep rooted and meaningful tradition. Continue the tradition for others, or become a part of it yourself by baking up a little good luck of your own with a yule log cake pan.
The selection available at FSW will suit your every need for the holiday season. Multiple sizes, as well as flat or curved bottoms are offered. The indents on the pan make for natural grain looking lines on the cake once baked.
Use this pan for novelty cakes throughout the year or create your own “limited time offer” around the holidays. Instead of batter, fill the pan with fudge or bread dough for a new spin on the yule log tradition. Whatever use you find for it, your customers will be charmed with these log cakes.