What Kind A Cake Mix For A Tupy

Decorating By pattyamezola Updated 12 Jul 2011 , 3:49pm by pattyamezola

pattyamezola Posted 5 Jul 2011 , 8:02pm
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hello this will be my !st tupsy cake
and been reading many nigths and days
searching for a tip on a cake mix to support
here in mex many of us are using cake mix boxes
but i don thing in this kind'a cake will be good idea
the weight in every tier can
someone help me or explain ? please
this will be in july 20th hope !!
many thanks to all.....

4 replies
leah_s Posted 6 Jul 2011 , 10:27am
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are you asking about a topsy turvy/mad hatter style cake?

It's all in the support system, not the cake particularly.

pattyamezola Posted 12 Jul 2011 , 3:28pm
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thank you Leah 4 your respond
im so affaid and nervius ..
hope every thing come up ok

TexasSugar Posted 12 Jul 2011 , 3:37pm
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Patty, I'm going to guess, since your location is Mexico, that English is not your first language. Have you seen the Spanish forum on here?


I haven't made one of these from real cake yet, but if I did, I would use the following method.


I'm not sure if there is a cake type that would work best for it. I usually use doctored cake mixes, so that is probably what I would end up using. I have seen enough past posts on here that would make me want to use a buttercream type filling only, nothing that could be slippery or slick.

pattyamezola Posted 12 Jul 2011 , 3:49pm
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hi texas sugar
you are so right not my first lenguage ,,,
we lived many years in az, nj, la, ct
so in order to feed to my fam.
i had to learn from cofee and dougnuts ji,ji,ji,
now in the border of tj it's spanglish...
thumbs_up.gif ....to the pont i found a very nice recipe last night
for the batter i'm gonna try that one today
to firm up a cake box mix and let see what append
i appreciate your comment
thank you

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