Mud Cake In A 'character' Pan?

Baking By lorieleann Updated 30 Aug 2012 , 9:28pm by Chellescakes

lorieleann Posted 30 Aug 2012 , 5:02pm
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I was wondering if a Mud Cake would work in a skull pan? I want to make some Calavera/sugar skull cakes for halloween and thought the moistness and shelf life of a mud cake would be perfect. I have the wilton skull pan will be covering the skulls in fondant then doing elaborate royal icing and sugar work on them.

Trying out Mud cakes is on my to-do list, so i don't have experience with them, so i'm not sure. any difference in chocolate or the white/caramel recipes in firmness? Will they hold a molded pan shape?


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Chellescakes Posted 30 Aug 2012 , 9:28pm
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Mud cakes hold shapes great , doesn't matter which one you use, If I am using a different shaped tin, I will sit the tin on a couple of layers of newspaper and make a collar to wrap around the outside of the tin as well .

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