I was wanting to know if I can bake a cake in a regular terra cota pot (cleaned out of course). Also, if I can, then what should I use to plug the hole up in the bottom with?
Thanks in advance!
Okay. I just spoke to my mommy. She told me that I could put some foil in the bottom and then some wax paper over it. I'm gonna try that.
Anybody want to share the info on how to do this ? I would love to know.
Honestly, I would not advice you to. If it's not made for food, don't use it. I don't care if people have done it without getting sick. It's made for plants not food.
As a little boy, I remember having one of those clay pots that are made for cooking. I used to play tea party with it.
Good luck =]
Martha Stewart has instructions on how to do this. Havent tried it but would love to. Here is the link to the instructions. http://www.marthastewart.com/recipe/flowerpot-cakes
this is weird. i was just looking up this topic.. i have seen this topic on here in the last couple of weeks. it is something special you have to do to the pots.. before baking in them.. and i forget.. hope someone that knows ... sees this again..