Cake Tasting Questions!

Decorating By lanilani Updated 17 Mar 2009 , 3:15am by indydebi

lanilani Posted 17 Mar 2009 , 3:03am
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I have never really done a formal/professional cake tasting because everything I do is either for friends or family... How do I make cakes small enough to only serve about 4-6 people? I am a fan of the Cake Doctor and I like to use box mixes to help me along. How can I cut box cake mixes down without wasting batter? And generally would you do about 2-3 cake flavors and 1-2 fillings? This is all new to me... icon_confused.gif

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indydebi Posted 17 Mar 2009 , 3:15am
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I bake once for every 9 samplings. I bake an 8" square and cut it into 9 small squares. Put them in a ziplok in the freezer and pull one of each flavor out for a sampling.

So if you don't plan on a lot of samplings anytime soon, you could just bake a 6" square of each flavor, cut it into 4 pieces, and then ziplok 'em.

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