Hi, I doubted the sponge cake won't work with multi tiered cake.
Would anyone please let me know a good cake recepie that goes with 3" deep pan. Also, I would prefer not to use butter in the recepie. Plz also let me the bake time of the good recepie. I have 10, 8, 6, 4". Pan that are also 3" deep.
I am planning to use fondont to cover..
What flavor are you looking for?
Simple such as vanilla and chocolate. I have chocolate recepie from Martha Stewart that goes with Mousse.
But I am willing to get Vanilla or Hazelnut. Thank you!
Any cake you already like should work as a tiered cake. The plates and pillars so the support work, not the cake itself. HTH
So, you think dowles and cake boards underneath the cakes will support my sponge cakes with tiered settings? Please confirm.
Yes, w/proper support ANY cake recipe will work for tiered cakes.
I highly suggest you try my *original* WASC recipe http://cakecentral.com/recipe/the-original-wasc-cake-recipe
Thanks for the posting recepie and suggestion about the cake. My tiered cake turned out well.
Now, I would like to try your recepie.
Recepie suggested I box cake mix, Would you mind telling what size of box or how many ounces are in the box? Second, I was unable to find Betty Crocker cake mix beside the ones that labeled as super moist with choclate etc( I believe they pre-made cake mix no need to add. Utter or so)
Last, would you please tell me how far I fill out the pan? Should leave 1" or 1 1/12 ". Usually 1" are preferred to left put when filled the batter in