Shaped Bundt Pans

Decorating By sharyn66 Updated 29 Oct 2010 , 5:38pm by cakesmart

sharyn66 Posted 25 Apr 2006 , 12:02pm
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I just purchased the sunflower bundt pan and was wondering if any one has ever tried to ice one of these and would you use buttercream or could you use fondant? The one in this picture looks like they have put some icing on it im not sure if the picture took or as i tried to attach it!

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KHalstead Posted 25 Apr 2006 , 5:12pm
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can't see the photos you're talking about.......and I've never worked with these pans...however.......when I took my wilton class, one girl used the rose bundt pan as her character cake and she decorated it with stars .....but also I read on a thread on CC one time where someone suggested melting the candy melts in the appropriate colors, in your case yellow, maybe some orange for accents, and brown for the center and then bake your cake as usual, remove it from the pan, and then use the melted candy melts to paint the inside of the cake pan where the imprint of the flower is then you could just fill it up a 1/4 inch or so thick with just some yellow candy melts for background color then put the cake back in the pan upside down...pop the whole thing in the fridge and when the candy melts harden back up you can remove the cake from the pan again and you have a chocolate coated cake with a wonderful design. Hope this helps you.

sharyn66 Posted 25 Apr 2006 , 11:16pm
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thanks KHalstead not sure why the pictures didnt come out they were there this morning so who knows but thanks again

bulldog Posted 25 Apr 2006 , 11:20pm
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I have the Nordic Ware sunflower pan. What I did is put brown dots in middle like the middle of flower. I then took tip352, med consistancy BC, started around the bottom and just made leaves all the way around (kinda big), just repeated that until I got to the top. Put some edible clear sparkles on. Very pretty, and easy.

sharyn66 Posted 7 May 2006 , 2:42pm
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thanks bulldog

Schmoop Posted 7 May 2006 , 3:08pm
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khalsted...I like your reccommendation. My daughter's teacher gave me a CASTLE shaped bundt pan to use for their end of the year fairytale adventure. I have aideas for a cake underneath and was trying to figure out how to decorate the shaped part.

bulldog Posted 7 May 2006 , 4:00pm
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Schmoop- I decorated a shaped castle pan. It is in my photosbeside the deer head. Not my best decorating job, but it was for my DD. Aren't I mother of the year?

bjsjoel Posted 22 Oct 2010 , 2:34am
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Fantastic.. icon_smile.gif

bjsjoel Posted 29 Oct 2010 , 2:08am
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Jennifer1970 Posted 29 Oct 2010 , 4:05am
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I have the large rose bundt pan, and have never frosted it. I've drizzled it with thinned icing, or just sprinkled powdered sugar over it.

cakesmart Posted 29 Oct 2010 , 5:38pm
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I have several shaped bundt pans. I buy them because of the detail and don't frost them.

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