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"Call of Duty" inspired cake

To make the camouflage fondant click here for the instructions. www.Sweetcreationsby used 3 colours of fondant and shape each colour into small beans.  Shown in the picture bellow she arranged each colour to desired pattern and size.  She then roll it out to desired thickness.

This is a Mexican Chiffon Vanilla cake with Custard (Yema) Filling.  Outlined the edge with
buttercream to prevent the filling from spilling out to the sides.  This is the same filling
I used to fill braso de mercedes roll.

Any vanilla cake recipe can be used.  Even vanilla cake mix is fine too.  This Yema filling is thick.  I wanted it thick so it holds up and don't fall apart on me when I add the next layer.  Here is the Yema filling recipe.
10 egg yolks
1 can condensed milk
1 tsp vanilla extract

In a small pan beat together egg yolks and condensed milk.  Cook mixture is low heat.  Stir constantly and cook until mixture clumps up a bit.  Remove from heat let cool for 10 mins and then add vanilla.


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