bikegal Posted 7 Sep 2005 , 5:13pm
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for those of you who need an easy fall cake without the carving. Level two bundt cakes and glue together with buttercream, tada instant shaped pumpkin. Williams & Sonoma also has a nifty pumpkin pan but it's a bit pricey. Add a fondant stem and a few leaves and you're good to go. Just my small contribution to the site for the day. icon_smile.gif

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edencakes Posted 7 Sep 2005 , 5:14pm
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Great idea!! Thanks!

Daniela Posted 7 Sep 2005 , 5:20pm
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Thanks bikegal!! I was looking into an idea for a Thanksgiving cake and that sounds great


Thanks again
Daniela

thyterrell Posted 7 Sep 2005 , 5:28pm
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That sounds like a really cute idea. Do you have a picture of that? I'll have to try it later in the season. Thanks!

JennT Posted 7 Sep 2005 , 5:57pm
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I did that last year for our cakewalk at our church's fall festival. It turned out great! I also did a glaze...can't remember the exact recipe, but it was cream cheese, pwd sugar, lemon juice, milk, i think...then I just used orange and a little yellow coloring to get the "pumpkin" color. Put it on a cooling rack which was on top of a sheet pan and poured the glaze over it. It coated really well and looked even more like a pumpkin the drier the glaze got. And since it was a glaze, the form of the bundt pan still came through really well - a frosting would have covered it up too much. Fondant stem and curly-q vines were added to it. I was actually a little impressed with myself at how realistic is was...lol icon_razz.gificon_rolleyes.gif And it really was super simple. Oh - I used spice cake too....yummy.

gilpnh Posted 7 Sep 2005 , 6:33pm
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I did not do this but loved it and saved it to my files, it is the 2 bundt cakes together, a cupcake for the stem with fondant accents I believe.
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bikegal Posted 7 Sep 2005 , 8:00pm
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gilpnh, love that picture! Great idea with the cupcake stem, you get the gold star of the day. icon_smile.gif

TexasSugar Posted 7 Sep 2005 , 10:08pm
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Originally Posted by thyterrell

That sounds like a really cute idea. Do you have a picture of that? I'll have to try it later in the season. Thanks!




Here is one I did a couple of years ago. Used two bundt pans, an ice cream cone for the stem and a straw to make the ridges on the sides. Used an airbrush to color it.
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