I have to drive a cake about 530 miles this Thursday. I typically use SPS for all my cakes. But given the distance, I went ahead and purchased a CakeSafe. I see on the CakeSafe site that you can use it with SPS, but it says I need to drill a 2" hole in the plates. This is going to sound so stupid, but what do I need to use to drill it without it shattering? A hole saw? Some kind of crazy drill bit? Has anyone done this and can anyone offer me advice? Thanks.
Haven't done it, but a hole saw bit would work. A 2" HOLE? SERIOUSLY?
Yaknow, SPS will be fine on its own.
And as Indydeb always says, "If a cake will travel 5 miles it will travel 500 miles."
Leah, I agree, 2" does seem excessive. I think I will give that hole saw a try.