Dome Cake?

Decorating By gwensmommy11 Updated 17 Feb 2015 , 4:01pm by argylealice

gwensmommy11 Posted 16 Feb 2015 , 9:02pm
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Hi!  I need to make a dome cake, a fairly large with at least an 8 to 9 in diameter.  I read to use a stainless steel bowl but I also read that there are cake pans out there that could do the job.  I checked Wilton but I could only find a 6 in. for the biggest.  Anyone else have any other ideas?  Have you ever used a stainless steel bowl?  How did it turn out?

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ropalma Posted 17 Feb 2015 , 2:18pm
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I have a soccer ball pan that is 8" and it is from Wilton.  The 6" is the mini version.  I have baked in a stainless steel bowl also and it does work.  You can also use a glass bowl. 

gwensmommy11 Posted 17 Feb 2015 , 2:19pm
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Great!  Thank you!!!!  I will try the bowl first, I have one of those and if it works just fine then no need to fix what isn't broken.  

argylealice Posted 17 Feb 2015 , 4:01pm
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Hi I usually use a glass bowl for a dome cake but remember to grease and flour it well and put a round of greaseproof in the bottom of the bowl so that it does not stick.


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