I Came Across These Topsy Turvy Cake Pan Set By: Fat Daddio

Decorating By cakegirl31 Updated 30 Jan 2011 , 8:27pm by All4Show

cakegirl31 Posted 30 Jan 2011 , 8:09pm
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Has anyone ever used this set? How would you construct a Topsy turvy cake as in would you have to use Styrofoam wedges? Please let me hear your thoughts on these pans. Heres the link:

http://dandgoccasions.com/cake-pans/fat-daddios-cake-pans/fat-daddios-topsy-turvy/fat-daddios-round-topsy-turvy-solid-bottom-8-diameter


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Sorelle Posted 30 Jan 2011 , 8:23pm
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I just saw this at petalcrafts.com I do mine the old school way (cutting, carving) but after I saw this I thought "I wonder if I could use my 3" pans filled with little less batter and then tip my pan while its baking, like setting it on the edge of a cookie sheet or broiler pan.
Im so stinking broke these days Im always looking for any other option to spending $

All4Show Posted 30 Jan 2011 , 8:27pm
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Not with these pans. The cake comes out already "topsy turvey" and you can just stack them on top of one another with proper internal support of course(cake cricles, dowell rods or bubble tea straws, SPS whichever you prefer) and maybe a dowell down the center if you aren't using SPS.

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