Hi, I was just wondering, How much do you charge for a wonder doll cake
decorated and all. Either alone or ontop of a round or sheet cake.
OH, also how many people does the doll alone serve. This info is not on the box or in the instructions unless I missed it.
I'd like to know this as well.
I just checked the Wilton website and it says the pan takes 5-6 cups of batter. Looking at my chart for other pans the 12" hexagon also takes 6 cups of batter and serves 40.
ok, So I made the wonder doll cake for my daughters 3rd birthday last year. It definately would not feed 40. I would say maybe 20 I know we had 10 kids and maybe 5 adults and there was a slice or two for left overs. I would not plan on over 20. I would even plan for 15 as it is better to have a little more than not enough.
I just made a doll cake on top of a 2 layer 10 round for a bridal shower. I would say it serves 45. I had never cut a doll cake before, so my pieces were different sizes. Just try to keep them slightly larger than a wedding cake slice and you will be fine. I called 2 bakeries in my area Saint Louis,Missouri, and they both wanted $63.99 for this exact cake not including delivery. It was iced in buttercream, covered in marshmallow fondant, very simple.Hope this helps.
Also I measured exactly 6 cups of mix into the mold and make sure you use the heating core it comes with, but it could have held 7 cups because there was pretty much space left after it baked.
I just made my first doll cake this past weekend, it sat on top of a 1 layer 10 inch round layer. The doll was covered in MMF and the bottom layer was iced in bc and MMF decorations. I charged $100 , for doll only I would charge $55-60.
The instructions on the wonder mold pan call for one standard cake mix...and any cake mix shows 12 servings per box. If you cut the pieces smallish I would agree that 15-16 pieces would be do-able.