Decorating By moonbabel Updated 25 Jul 2010 , 7:11pm by moonbabel

moonbabel Posted 25 Jul 2010 , 6:15pm
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i am making a tall cake (about 6 layers of 6" square cakes stacked on top of eachother) that will be sitting on top of a 10" round cake. i baked the rounds last night and they didn't seem to rise much, but i didn't think much of it...
just put the second batch into the oven and was whipping up a 3rd when i realized i had left out the baking soda!!!! the heat must be getting to me!!
anyways, that explains the flat cakes, and now i will have a second set of flat ones, but wondering if they will still taste ok? as the round cake is going to be supporting the others i wouldn't mind if they are dense, but i am concerned that the taste might be off. does anyone have any experience on this? TIA

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mamawrobin Posted 25 Jul 2010 , 6:17pm
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Is your cake for a paid order? I would probably re bake whether it was or not.

moonbabel Posted 25 Jul 2010 , 7:11pm
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ya looks like i will have to rebake...cut one open after it had cooled and the inside, while it was cooked, had the texture of a brownie...a little too dense icon_wink.gif
tastes ok though so looks like the family will be getting it and i will be spending a gorgeous day inside baking :S

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