cureVHAandCF Posted 6 Feb 2013 , 11:16pm
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I'm using this recipe- http://lickthebowlgood.blogspot.com/2010/06/real-bundt-and-giveaway.html

 

Will it hold up under fondant?

Will it taste good?

Will it taste fresh after 2 days?

I'm using it to make a cake for my friend's grandfather. I'm going to sculpt it to look like a hat he always wears.

Thank you!!

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newbaker55 Posted 7 Feb 2013 , 12:10am
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IMHO it looks and sounds like the answer is 'yes' to all your questions...maybe just adjusting the baking time according to the pan sizes you want to use.

 

I may have to give this one a try myself icon_smile.gif

 

It might even taste better than fresh at 2 days old provided it doesn't sit naked in the fridge

-K8memphis Posted 7 Feb 2013 , 12:12am
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Originally Posted by cureVHAandCF 

I'm using this recipe- http://lickthebowlgood.blogspot.com/2010/06/real-bundt-and-giveaway.html

 

Will it hold up under fondant?

probably

 

Will it taste good?

yes i'm sure it will if made properly of course

 

Will it taste fresh after 2 days?

probably

 

I'm using it to make a cake for my friend's grandfather. I'm going to sculpt it to look like a hat he always wears.

Thank you!!

 

 

sounds awesome

 

might want to check with the owner of the blog too--

 

she would have a much better knowledge of all that

 

best baking to you and hat making too!

cureVHAandCF Posted 7 Feb 2013 , 3:05am
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thank you!!!

-K8memphis Posted 7 Feb 2013 , 3:32am
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and thank you!!

 

i am eating these right now

 

http://lickthebowlgood.blogspot.com/2012/10/a-classic-recipe-with-twist.html

 

just a perfect small quantity recipe!

 

thank you!

hbquikcomjamesl Posted 7 Feb 2013 , 3:48am
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Doesn't sound very good to me, but I'm biased: I don't eat chocolate.

 

I've never used a Bundt mold for anything other than a pound cake.

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