Roasted Or Basted Turkey

Decorating By MrsMissey Updated 16 Oct 2012 , 4:01pm by patticake1951

icingonthecupcake Posted 12 Nov 2006 , 2:41am
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Thanks so much! You did a great job! icon_biggrin.gif

bakesweet06 Posted 13 Nov 2006 , 5:26am
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Thank you !!! icon_biggrin.gif

MarciaStewart Posted 21 Nov 2006 , 4:25am
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Since I don't have time to find egg pans, I kept looking online for other options and found this one. Try baking a small cake in a bread loaf pan and cutting it diagonally. Then shave the triangle sections down to make the drum sticks.

stephanie214 Posted 22 Nov 2006 , 1:54pm
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Try a round glass bowl like Pyrex to bake the top part and shave.

Happy Thanksgiving thumbs_up.gif

Schmoop Posted 22 Nov 2006 , 2:51pm
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I was going to do this for my family, but ran out of time. i was going to use the football pan and trim down wtih other 1/4 sheets underneath. This would have been smaller though.

MarciaStewart Posted 22 Nov 2006 , 10:52pm
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Has anyone actually finished the cake and eaten it yet? I'm wondering if spraying the Karo syrup leaves the cake slimy. It looks shiny, but what does it feel like? It looks so real, but I want to be able to assure everyone it will still taste good.

cakesbykellie Posted 22 Nov 2006 , 11:01pm
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i ate mine with the karo.... cant even tell its there. However, i have recently skipped the Karo and the last 2-3 i have made this week i have sprinkled with cinnamon and/or cocoa powder instead. LOVE IT! It actually looks alot better than the Karo, IMO. Easier too! i'm about to add it to my gallery.

strawberry0121 Posted 24 Nov 2006 , 3:12am
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Here's mine!

MarciaStewart Posted 24 Nov 2006 , 8:43am
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Here's my turkey cake that I brought to our family dinner. My nieces liked it a lot better than the real turkey. I used two layers using the 9" round pan, topped with a layer made in a Pyrex bowl. It took forever to get the right color in the frosting. Then I sprayed the tinted Karo syrup mixture with a small spray bottle. Some fresh lettuce and cranberries for garnish. Thanks everyone for all your tips.

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jovigirl Posted 24 Nov 2006 , 4:49pm
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Thanks everyone!

Eren Posted 27 Nov 2006 , 1:04am
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Mine is in my pictures. I had lots of trouble getting the right color, I need an airbrush! (Gave me an excuse to hint my family I'd like one).

have2kids Posted 14 Mar 2007 , 12:29am
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I've just decided I'm going to make one of these for Easter dinner! I cannot possibly wait until Thanksgiving to try this!! How wonderful! Great job!!

dydemus Posted 29 Mar 2007 , 12:26pm
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Oh! Easter - maybe I'll try and make that ham shaped cake icon_smile.gif.

HeatherDawn Posted 27 May 2007 , 3:33am
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Thank you so much! I am so making this and taking to the family this year!! They always get a kick out of cakes that look like food!

crystalina1977 Posted 6 Jun 2007 , 12:46am
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love it thank you, i hope it is as easy as you make it sounds

MrsMissey Posted 6 Jun 2007 , 2:02am
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Originally Posted by crystalina1977

love it thank you, i hope it is as easy as you make it sounds is, I promise! icon_smile.gif

sharitos Posted 26 Jul 2007 , 10:13pm
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How funny I just spent 20 minutes searching for this tutorial and I was just about to ask where did the tutorial go and then WALA I saw your post! Thanks for sharing!!!

MrsMissey Posted 26 Jul 2007 , 10:53pm
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You're welcome! Enjoy!

iRaindrops Posted 2 Sep 2007 , 8:51pm
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I'm going to make it for Thanksgiving. I just hope it turns out great. lol

Poetria Posted 6 Sep 2007 , 9:21pm
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I was following along good until it came to the plastic dowels? Where exactly do they go? Doesit go through the egg? Thanks! icon_confused.gif

MrsMissey Posted 6 Sep 2007 , 10:05pm
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Originally Posted by Poetria

I was following along good until it came to the plastic dowels? Where exactly do they go? Doesit go through the egg? Thanks! icon_confused.gif

...yes, it is what makes the shape of the drumsticks! thumbs_up.gif

crislen Posted 27 Sep 2007 , 11:50pm
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Wow! I'm a year late but this is a great tutorial! I might just have to try a smaller version thumbs_up.gif

And now I'm kicking myself... i kept seeing the stickey for "Roasted or Basted Turkey" and I kept thinking to myself that oh... a discussion on the best way to cook a turkey, so I never bothered to click on it! I've for sure missed out! icon_lol.gif

MrsMissey Posted 9 Oct 2007 , 3:34pm
post #83 of 114 sure to post your pics!

Marina Posted 21 Oct 2007 , 8:08pm
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How much would you charge for a cake like this? I made one for work last year (free), but someone asked me to make this cake for their family...and how many servings are in this cake?

sisspence Posted 31 Oct 2007 , 12:29am
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When u say egg pans, are they shaped like eggs or are you talking about the oval pans? And if I dont have the eggs pans will the ovals work?

pearliesmom Posted 3 May 2008 , 5:11am
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Thanks for the directions. Your cake looks awesome!!!

lilahcakes Posted 7 Sep 2008 , 12:28pm
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Thats pretty cool, Im gonna try it.

alvarezmom Posted 23 Sep 2008 , 7:38pm
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Thanks for the instructions the cake looks AWESOME! I cant wait to try it.

JENBERT Posted 28 Sep 2008 , 3:18pm
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Thanks for the instructions! The Canadian thanksgiving is coming up in a couple weeks! I think I'll try this!!!! You are awesome!!

moniquerei Posted 29 Sep 2008 , 10:25pm
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awesome job...thank you for posting!

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