bfranzen Posted 14 May 2010 , 4:24am
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How many servings from the wonder mold doll pan? If the buyer wants me to use a specific doll (not a pick), how many servings do you think I'll lose...I figured I would wrap the doll in plastic wrap before inserting in the cake, unless anyone has a better suggestion?
Thanks!

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joyfullysweet Posted 14 May 2010 , 4:51pm
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Wilton says 12. I used that pan for the tinkerbell doll cake in my pics. I used a full-size doll. I wrapped her in plastic and stuck her in the cake while it was still warm to get a hole without the cake "ripping", I then pulled her out to finish cooling. Just a warning, most dolls are too tall! I had to cut a hole in the cake board under the doll to let her feet through, and then stuck the whole thing on a 10" square. I know some people just bake an extra circle to go underneath. HTH!

Geechigirl Posted 14 May 2010 , 10:57pm
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I usually tell people that it will serve 15. You can look at my pics because I posted a couple doll cakes. I use a full barbie and lightly wrap the bottom in plastic wrap. The doll is slightly taller so I just use buttercream icing and smooth it around the waist so that it flows into the skirt.

auntiecake Posted 22 Feb 2013 , 1:41am
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I put a9". Cake under the wonder mold and then the doll fits and the dress is fuller.  Sorry I know this is an old forum.

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