Vanilla Cream Boat Cakelets

Although the egg whites for the filling should be at room temperature, eggs are easier to separate when they are cold. Carefully crack an egg and, holding it over a bowl, pour the yolk and whites into your clean cupped hand, letting the whites run through your fingers into the bowl. Or, pass the yolk back and forth between the shell halves and let the whites slip into the bowl. Drop the yolk into a separate bowl. Separate each additional egg over an empty bowl because, if any yolk gets into the whites, the whites will not whip up properly.
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honeybear62
Lawrence, N.Y.
August 20, 2010
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what a treat!
August 20, 2010
Twinkies and devil dogs have always fascinated my children. Not wanting them to eat all the chemicals in the packaged brands I bought two sets of these pans. What a treat!! My children love them! The recipe is easy and delicious. I don't worry about the chemicals anymore, when they want a tasty treat, I just whip these up for them.