How Would You Do This Cake?

Baking By Mybearsbaby Updated 15 Aug 2015 , 3:43pm by kakeladi

Mybearsbaby Posted 14 Aug 2015 , 2:35pm
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So it looks like they just did 2 round cakes, then maybe baked a 9X13 and trimmed it to the shape? Would that be the best way to do it? I had a request for this one, but honestly I hate this kind. I would rather do tiered cakes or even a 3D cake all day long lol. ;) it looks like a huge cake, too. 55cdfcb025af9.jpeg

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costumeczar Posted 14 Aug 2015 , 2:42pm
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that looks like the way you described it. It will be pretty easy to put together, so look at it that way, but I know what you mean about not liking this kind of thing.

Mybearsbaby Posted 14 Aug 2015 , 6:28pm
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Thank you! :)

remnant3333 Posted 14 Aug 2015 , 8:51pm
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 Please be sure and post a picture of your cake!! I know that you can do it!!    So what size does everyone think that the round wheel cakes are?

Mybearsbaby Posted 15 Aug 2015 , 1:43pm
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Thank you, Remnant3333! I will, if she does decide to go with that design she said she is gonna think about it and let me know because she only wants to feed 25 people lol. My guess is that will serve way more than that. 

-K8memphis Posted 15 Aug 2015 , 3:41pm
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does that say happy 3rd bday and gravedigger on the same cake

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kakeladi Posted 15 Aug 2015 , 3:43pm
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You can probably do that with 2 6" rounds and a 7x12 (or similar size) and have plenty of servings.   If y ou use 8" wheels and the 9x13 you will have about 35-40 servings.  You have to explain to customers that they cannot always get what they want :)  And..... everyone opinion of how big a serving is is way different.  Cut yourself a piece of styro 1"x2"x4" to show people what a serving size is.  Maybe even cut a 2x2x2 for single layer cakes also.  As you can see they both are *exactly* the same amount of cake - just a different configuration.

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