In a medium sized bowl, sift together flour, baking soda, baking powder, and salt. Stir to combine and set aside.
In a large mixing bowl combine the sugar and eggs. Using a hand mixer or whisk, mix on high until the batter is thick and well combined.
Add in the vanilla yogurt, sour cream, vanilla extract and mix again just to combine.
Add in dry ingredients and mix on medium speed for 2 minutes until no clumps remain and batter is very well combined.
Optional step- to make the red stripes on the cake, reserve 1 cup of batter. Add in coloring of choice, stir well to make sure the color is fully distributed, place in a small zip top bag or a disposable piping bag. Do not cut the bag open yet. This batter is very runny and will run out of the piping bag easily. If you are not wanting the stripes skip this step and skip step 8.
Pour the cake batter into the prepared jelly roll pan, and using a slanted spatula, spread it out so it fully covers the entire pan.
Now, if you are adding the stripes, cut a small portion off the end of the piping bag. Be warned that as soon as you cut it open the batter will run out. So seal the end and hold it upwards before cutting off the tip. Staring at one corner, pipe diagonal lines down the batter. (see picture)
Bake the cake for 13 minutes or until it springs back when lightly touched.
Once the cake has baked get your tea towel and ¼ cup of powdered sugar ready.
Immediately after the cake has baked sprinkle ¼ of powdered sugar over the top, cover it with the tea towel, and then cover the tea towel with a large wire cooling rack. Using oven mitts (because the pan will still be hot!) grasp the pan and wire rack tightly and flip the entire thing over.
Now the jelly roll pan will be upside down on top of your wire cooling rack. Remove the jelly roll pan, and carefully peel off and dispose of the parchment paper. Starting at the short end, roll the entire cake up with the tea towel (see picture)
Let the rolled cake cool on a wire cooling rack for at least 45 minutes or until it is cold to the touch. If your cake is too warm it will melt the peppermint buttercream.