Bonus: They’re gluten-free (and you’d never know).
When you’re a Paris-trained pastry chef, the hard part about copying a Tastykake is finding ingredients that don’t taste *too* good.
This Vetri Family version of the breakfast treat is not only easy, it’s around 25x better than its plastic-packaged inspiration.
The Tastykake originals might be pretty, but they taste and feel a lot like plastic. Pastry chef Marqessa Gesualdi’s version could hardly be more opposite.
A recipe that’s easy to make at home — and is much more delicious than the pre-packaged version.
Welcome back to our series where Philly sugar pros show how to make copycats of your favorite Tasty Baking Co. snacks.
Love Tastykakes? Billy Penn is enlisting top Philly dessert pros to show how to make the classic snacks at home.