Has Anyone Used The Wilton 3D Bunny Pan?

Decorating By Cupcakeboy85 Updated 13 Mar 2011 , 1:42am by Cupcakeboy85

Cupcakeboy85 Posted 12 Mar 2011 , 5:45pm
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I am planning on using the wilton 3-D bunny pan for easter this how I was gonna plan my little project, I am going to bake the 3-D plan and use a 9x13 pan to pipe grass and sit the the bunny on top it. So my question is does the bunny sit well or do I need something to support? Also I saw on the directions on this site that you need to use the rosette techinque but I can pipe stars instead? Would that look nice as well?
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Kiddiekakes Posted 12 Mar 2011 , 6:16pm
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The bunny will sit well if it bakes completely and by that I mean that both sides of the 3D pan bake out evenly..They tend to not with the wilton 3D pans...Once you get it baked and ice both sides together and set him on the slab..use wooden skewers inserted diagonally to keep the bunny sides from splitting and falling over.It really is a cute cake...Swirls or star tip...doesn't matter...do what you want..It is a fun cake!!

Cupcakeboy85 Posted 12 Mar 2011 , 6:38pm
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Thanks! I'm going to give it a test run before I do it

Herekittykitty Posted 12 Mar 2011 , 8:23pm
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I have used it. It held together fine for me and set pretty level. I may have had to trim the bottom a bit. I put mine in an easer basket surrounded by coconut. It was cute until we lopped the head off and it fell on the table! That was several years ago and we still tell the bunny story each Easter. icon_wink.gif

Oh, piped with stars.

Cupcakeboy85 Posted 13 Mar 2011 , 1:42am
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Thanks guys I will post up the pix once I do it icon_razz.gif

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