I am doing a cake for a friend and she would like to have two flavors side by side. Can I bake this is one pan, and if so, how? She does not want a large cake so baking two separate cakes and putting them side by side would be too much. Thank you for all of your help.
Do you know what size cake your friend wants?
I do this all the time. Clients cannot decide what they want so they get two, and they are baked in the same pan. I just tilt the pan up on the side of my sink and pour the first flavor in. Then put the pan flat and quickly pour my second in next to it.. Hope that makes sense.
Ditto what sweetcakesbyjen said though I use a small saucer to elevate the side of the pan when I am poring batter then remove it and pour batter into other side
Very interesting. I will have to give it a try.
I just successfully did this for the first time. I had my daughter pour in the vanilla as I poured in the chocolate and it worked great. I was worried about the sides not cooking at the same rate, but they did.
Thank you everyone for all of your help. I am going to give it a try tomorrow.