Smash Cake Question...

Decorating By storestore Updated 13 Dec 2014 , 5:00am by TheNerdyBaker

storestore Posted 12 Dec 2014 , 9:55pm
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Hi, all. I am in the process of making a 6 inch smash cake. I baked two 2 inch cakes for the bottom, torted/filled so there are 3 layers. It's iced, covered in fondant and it is setting right now. I then baked a bowl shape top for the cake. My question is, will the bottom handle the weight of the bowl shaped top, decorated with buttercream swirls? I don't really want to put supports in because it will be smashed by a 1-year old and I don't want any injuries. Thoughts? Thanks!

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storestore Posted 13 Dec 2014 , 3:11am
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ABy the way, this is a cupcake smash.

FioreCakes Posted 13 Dec 2014 , 3:35am
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AIs the bowl basically another two inch layer? So the whole thing is 6"? Should be fine! Also fondant isn't really "smash able"

storestore Posted 13 Dec 2014 , 3:45am
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AYes I would say its another 2 inch layer. I used the fondant to make the look of the cupcake liner.

TheNerdyBaker Posted 13 Dec 2014 , 5:00am
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AIf you are really worried, use straws as your support. It won't hurt the kid and you will get your support.

But you should be more than ok without support

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