Help, Please This Delimma???

Decorating By KATHIESKREATIONS Updated 14 Apr 2010 , 4:04pm by Joyfull4444

KATHIESKREATIONS Posted 14 Apr 2010 , 3:37am
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icon_confused.gif Can someone PLEASE help me with this dilemma? I have looked everywhere I can think of to no avail, so I now turn to the experts... icon_biggrin.gif I am wanting information as to where to buy the cake pan that holds about 16 2" mini cakes, the round (preferably) or the square one? I know some people just do sheet cakes & cut them, but then I don't know what they use to cut the right size properly...others use the pan I described, which is really what I would like. Anyone, please? Thanks so much for any help you can provide me.

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Texas_Rose Posted 14 Apr 2010 , 3:52am
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Here's a square one: http://www.cakesbysam.com/store/cart.php?target=product&product_id=22386&category_id=290

Personally, I use a ruler and knife to make squares or rectangles, and a deep cookie cutter to make other shapes.

dg10148 Posted 14 Apr 2010 , 3:57am
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Google petit four pans there are a lot out there. My cake decorating store sells them so you might buy some locally depending where you are from.

Joyfull4444 Posted 14 Apr 2010 , 4:08am
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Theres some mini square pans of assorted shapes here.

http://www.globalsugarart.com/cat.php?cid=885&s=&name=SILVERWOOD%20Cake%20Pans

Also from Lawsons in the UK. If you live in Canada its quite often cheaper to order from the UK than the US as theres no brokerage fee & duty added on like there is on US goods.

http://www.lawsonshop.co.uk/productinfo.php?pid=2779

Melchas Posted 14 Apr 2010 , 4:40am
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You could try using a brownie cutter. They are deeper than a cookie cutter and come in round, square and rectangle shapes. Joanns and Michales both sell them. HTH, good luck.

KATHIESKREATIONS Posted 14 Apr 2010 , 3:36pm
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icon_biggrin.gif Thank you so much, Joyfull4444! This is exactly what I was looking for. Another CCer mentioned going to GSA & I did, but never came across these. Thanks to everyone else for your responses too. That's what I love about CC....there are always people here that have the knowledge & best ideas & are willing to share with everyone. icon_wink.gif

Joyfull4444 Posted 14 Apr 2010 , 4:04pm
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Your welcome Kathie

I forgot to mention the mini cheesecake pan in my reply. It has individual rounds but only 12. I purchased one not long ago on sale and mine is quite sturdy. The bottom of each round is removable so might be a bonus for removing small cakes. I've not used mine for cake so not sure if a bit of batter would seep out of the removable bottom disc, but its worth a look at for the price alone as two of these pans would be less than the one pan from GSA.

http://www.cooking.com/products/shprodde.asp?SKU=305822

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