When Napoleon’s Texas Sheet Cream Cake was featured on TalkSport in March, the Texan took to social media to share a recipe that he shared in a podcast with his daughter, Lucy, that inspired him to make a more traditional, Texas-style version.
“My wife told me, ‘Oh, Napoleon’s a great cook, he makes great sheet cakes,'” Napoleon told the website.
“But my mom said, ‘No, Napoleon didn’t make them.
He just put them on the table and he didn’t even make any flour, he just made his own, he used his own baking powder.'”
Napoleon’s sheet cake is made with just two ingredients: flour and cream.
The cream is used to fill the cake batter and then the flour is used as the filling.
Napoleon’s version was a bit simpler, but it still looked like a Napoleon sheet cake.
Napoleon is a fan of the traditional French method of cooking: “I always used to make it the traditional way, with the cream and flour,” Napoleon said.
“When I saw how easy it was, I said, I’m going to make that.”
Napoleon’s homemade Texas sheet cake made with cream, flour and butter was named the “Great American Sheet Cake” by the Texas Sheet Creations blog.
Napoleon and Lucy were the first to share the recipe in October.
Napoleon was also featured in a video on the blog.
“I didn’t think that he could make it with a little bit of extra flour,” Lucy told TalkSport.
“He’s a really good cook and I thought it would be great for the kids.”
The French version of Napoleon’s cake was also shared on Instagram, with a photo of the cake that was shared from the French Instagram account, “Boulevard Boulevard.”
Napoleon was honored with the 2014 National Medal of Arts in Washington, D.C. for his work in France, which he founded in 1789.
He has also received the Medal of Honor and a Presidential Medal of Freedom.