How So I Put Two 9X13" Together

Decorating By mbear226 Updated 12 Aug 2013 , 6:52am by MBalaska

mbear226 Posted 4 Aug 2013 , 6:28pm
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AHow do I put two 9x13" cakes together and make it look seamless?

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MBalaska Posted 4 Aug 2013 , 6:53pm
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How do I put two 9x13" cakes together and make it look seamless?

Good Question, I have been asked to make a huge sheet pan cake for a friend for a big party, and I don't have a big enough oven. I thought I might just put icing between the edges and stick them together like bricks. It's all going to be frosted over anyhow. (it's helpful to be able to go to this CakeCentral site and read everyone's comments)

mbear226 Posted 4 Aug 2013 , 7:04pm
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[COLOR=0000CD][B]Good Question[/B], I have been asked to make a huge sheet pan cake for a friend for a big party, and I don't have a big enough oven. I thought I might just put icing between the edges and stick them together like bricks. It's all going to be frosted over anyhow. (it's helpful to be able to go to this CakeCentral site and read everyone's comments)[/COLOR]

mbear226 Posted 4 Aug 2013 , 7:05pm
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AThank you very much

mbear226 Posted 4 Aug 2013 , 7:06pm
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AAlso how do I get a pic for my avitar

remnant3333 Posted 4 Aug 2013 , 7:25pm
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 Icing will act as a glue when applied to each side of the cakes that butt up against each other. You will not be able to tell that there are two cakes and it will appear as one big cake!!!

mbear226 Posted 4 Aug 2013 , 7:36pm
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AThank you so much

MBalaska Posted 12 Aug 2013 , 6:52am
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Originally Posted by mbear226    Thank you so much

mbear226 how did your cake work out?  successfully?

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