Football Helmet Pan Sizes/serving Amount

Decorating By __Jamie__ Updated 4 Jun 2009 , 5:02pm by __Jamie__

__Jamie__ Posted 4 Jun 2009 , 4:43pm
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What do you guys think this is? Three 8" layers stacked and carved? And how many dang servings and how on earth do you cut one of these to serve anyways? I know I can do the cake, no prob there. But when it is time to cut the cake and serve it, what then? Super thin tall slices? Construct it so it's really two different cakes stacked and taken apart when you go to cut and serve? Hmmmm... icon_smile.gif Would be for a groom's cake by the way.


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Donnagardner Posted 4 Jun 2009 , 4:51pm
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I have always wondered how you cut and serve these too. Seems like someone would get cake with no icing on it if you slice it like torting a cake and then cut as usual. I am interested in this answer.

cakes22 Posted 4 Jun 2009 , 4:57pm
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Don't know about the serving sizes (sorry) but I think 2 cakes that could be seperated would be easier to cut & serve. I would imagine that super tall thin slices would fall apart or be a PITA to serve and plate.....

__Jamie__ Posted 4 Jun 2009 , 5:02pm
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Originally Posted by cakes22

Don't know about the serving sizes (sorry) but I think 2 cakes that could be seperated would be easier to cut & serve. I would imagine that super tall thin slices would fall apart or be a PITA to serve and plate.....




Oh yeah, and just not sensible either, long skinny slices...I am thinking the two separate cakes is probly the best way. Dang...how messy!

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