Is There Such A Cake Pan? How To Use Non Conventional Pans

Decorating By JoyceD Updated 14 Dec 2011 , 10:06pm by DeniseNH

JoyceD Posted 14 Dec 2011 , 4:45pm
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I have searched and can't find a pan in the shape I am wanting. I really don't want to do another carved cake to achieve my desired shape. Is there a pan shaped like a cyclone? A huge cone ( like 8" or so across tapering down)

If I find something in the shape I am wanting, is it possible to make a cake pan out of it?

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caymancake Posted 14 Dec 2011 , 5:00pm
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Maybe you might be able to use a wondermold pan? It starts small and then widens out (it's usually used to make skirts for dolls) but I'm sure if you have the right supports, and if it's level you could trip it to use for a cyclone look...hope that helps!

JoyceD Posted 14 Dec 2011 , 5:37pm
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I looked into that pan and was hoping to end up with a longer (when sideways) finished cake. Worse case I could bake and additional layer to add on wider end.

DeniseNH Posted 14 Dec 2011 , 10:06pm
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What about a Christmas Tree pan? It's a two part pan that you put together or hook together and bake as one big tree.

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