I'm looking for cut-out cakes. For instance, if you baked two 8x8 round cakes and cut certain shapes on one cake you could create a unbralla or something else. Then all you need to do is frost it appropriately. I am looking for a book, pamphlet or web site that would show different cut-outs. If you have any information it would be greatly apprecated.
I've sent you a private message with my e-mail. I can send you a few scanned pictures.
I'm actually looking for some cat cake ideas. I'd prefer not to buy a character cake pan. I'd love to hear other people's ideas.
Here are some links that I found for cat cakes:
And here is someone's suggestion from the Wilton site:
"You could use a 10" round cut in half for the body, and a 6 inch round for the face. Cut triangles from the second half of the 10" for ears and a curved piece for the tail. Hope the suggestion helps. "
My question is, would the half body be the side view of the cat or the front view of the cat (Just chest and front legs)
HI! Any luck finding your sources????
I was at the library yesterday just sifting through the cookbook section when my eyes landed on this book. I thought of you and brought it home.
I don't know if you can purchase this book any longer, but I'm sure you can find it at your local library.
Easy Cut-Up Party Cakes
published by Kraft General Foods 1993.
There are 40 different cakes included in the book and a few recipes and party tips.
A few Cut-Ups that caught my eye:
Raggedy Ann Doll
Firecracker (individual servings- great idea on the Fourth!)
A dog that could easily be converted to a make a great Snoopy
Daisy (that would be make a great "Flower Power" statement)
3-D Baby booties (individual servings- too cool!)