A Pie-Caken?

Decorating By ellavanilla Updated 6 Nov 2014 , 3:02pm by pj22

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ellavanilla Posted 6 Nov 2014 , 12:58am
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it's a pie baked inside of a cake. 

 

Would you? LOLOLOL

 

 

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reginaherrin Posted 6 Nov 2014 , 2:10am
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I have heard about this before but I am sorry, it sounds and even looks so gross.  I bet its super messy too. But that's just me, I am probably in the minority on this one.

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scrumdiddlycakes Posted 6 Nov 2014 , 3:22am
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Everytime I see one of these, I just imagine all the different squishy textures and soggy pie crust. Granted, the ones I have come across are always 2 or more pies inside a cake, a single one might not be so bad.

I would try it if it was free, and I didn't have to make it, haha.

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shellebellecake Posted 6 Nov 2014 , 7:18am
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I will be experimenting with this - a good friend of mine is getting married on 3/14/15 and is running with the pi/pie quirk to the date.  She likes the idea of this as their cake for cutting (regular mini pies for everyone else, maybe a cake stashed away for people who ask).  The one I saw was pecan pie/spice cake, apple pie/vanilla cake, and pumpkin pie/chocolate (huge pake) and I believe they said that they add an egg to the pie dough to help it hold up.

 

I'll report how our tests go.

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pj22 Posted 6 Nov 2014 , 3:02pm
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That would be SO rich and heavy...can't imagine taking a bite of it!! Shellebellecake... do tell how it goes!

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