Barbie Doll Cake Without The Pan

Decorating By TheItalianBaker Updated 16 Apr 2014 , 1:38am by TheItalianBaker

TheItalianBaker Posted 14 Apr 2014 , 7:36pm
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AHi! I need to make a barbie dress cake for 15ppl but i dont have the wilton cake pan, so I'm going to use round pans and carve it. How big do the layers need to be for 15 servings, in your opinion?

Thank you!

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kakeladi Posted 15 Apr 2014 , 4:09am
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It's hardly worth the effort to make a cake that small :(

two 8"x2" round layers - even carved down into the shape needed will  serve about 20.

Kaykaymay Posted 15 Apr 2014 , 4:29am
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I've seen ppl use a bundt cake pan for a doll dress and I think you add a matching round at the bottom to add height. 

oftheeicing Posted 15 Apr 2014 , 5:11am
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AI have used a 2 layer 8" round, and a matching diameter pyrex bowl for a barbie cake.... not sure that a carved 2 layer 8" round would be proportionate. If a customer needs x amount of servings, but I am unable to realistically make the cake for that exact amount without it looking silly, I adjust the serving size and price accordingly. If you are carving 8" rounds, I would do at least 3 to get the proper height.

TheItalianBaker Posted 16 Apr 2014 , 1:38am
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AI think I'm gonna bake 3 layers: 8", 7" and 6" and carve.. Hope to get the high I need!!

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