September 12, 2013 Indeed zebras are several species and united by their distinctive black and white stripes, but no two alike. This is another patterned zebra cake! (Recipe>> Zebra Cake)~~ Rabbit Can Cook & Rabbit Can Bake
That is absolutely fascinating.
Hello and Welcome Janet! Please read the original post Zebra Cake which includes how I found this fascinating recipe for an incredible blogger.
That looks so lovely! Well done!
Talented Rabbit made a good looking cake!
Hi. Fae! Had a great holiday?
Yes. I sent you an e-mail.
So pretty! I bet kids would love this.
Thank you! Rabbit made a great one! Yes, it is always a hit at the gatherings.
It’s beautiful! It came out so well I tried making it once, but I think because I used a square cake mould it didn’t look very zebra-like :p It tasted fab though, heheh.
Hello and Welcome! Yes Rabbit of Rabbit Can Bake has done a great job… and it tastes good!
Looks amazing Fae. Love that intricate zebra lines on this cake. Beautiful!
Yes Anne, Rabbit of Rabbit Can Bake made a great Zebra Cake recipe.
Shouldn’t have seen it. I can’t get no sleep now. Seriously. All those black-white combinations are simply.. D-E-L-I-C-I-O-U-S!!
It is a delicious cake, but more so, a conversational piece! )))
Delish & gorgeous!
Amazing cake. I have no idea how you and Rabbit created the uniform stripes, I’m heading over to check the recipe now! Wow. Looks delicious, too xx
You’ll find out when you go my recipe post!
It really looked,like zebra patterns, Fae! very stunning!
Yes, Rabbit of Rabbit Can Bake made a great Zebra Cake recipe.
Well done Rabbit! Yours was stunning as well Fae
Thank you Marie!
Fae it looks beautiful!!!!
I will need to find her recipe because I think the girls would love it. Did it taste as good as it looks?
Click on the red Zebra Cake above for recipe.
Yes, the recipe really tastes good and Rabbit said her’s tasted very good too!
If it came out wrong? Oh I’d never throw anything away – the hungry masses devour all – and it would still look pretty even if it wasn’t a zebra cake – you could then just call it an ocelot cake and cover it with a thick chocolate parisian cream – yummy! This is the kind of cake that should get made for childrens birthdays!
Hello and welcome Polianthus! You are absolutely right. If the taste is in it, there will be no crumbs left! ))) Children would lo~ve these kinds of cakes!
Now this is quite a cake, Fae. It’s stunning! Well done.
Yes, Rabbit did a great job!
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