Use The Topsy Turvy Pans From Fat Daddio's....

Decorating By idohairandcakes Updated 14 Mar 2014 , 6:23pm by serenity1960

idohairandcakes Posted 24 Nov 2013 , 3:17am
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ADoes anyone have any advice I made a 6" one just fine but the 8" was raw in the middle and burnt on the sides I used flower nails on the bottom but when I took out the cake they were stuck I just didn't like it....

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yortma Posted 24 Nov 2013 , 5:57am
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How deep did you make it?  the layers need to be kept fairly thin.  Bake regular round layers of appropriate diameter to stack to the desired height, using the fat daddio pan as the top layer, and then carve so the cake tapers inward after filling and stacking.  I don't think it is possible to fill one of the fat daddio pans (or any pan that deep) and have it cook evenly.  

Chellemen Posted 26 Nov 2013 , 1:27am
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I'm not sure what type of cake that you were baking. But for most recipes, you need to go "Slow and Low", or bake a long time at a lower temperature. You were correct in using flower nails, but you want them to float on top of the batter.


Here are two links to more information on how to use the Mad Dadder pans from Fat Daddio's.


Please contact us if you have any more questions.

idohairandcakes Posted 26 Nov 2013 , 4:25am
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AOmg thanks soooo much this helped a lot I think I overfilled the pan and I put the flower nail wrong but I'm going to try again...

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