What's The Best "glue"

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Geegee1330 Posted 5 days ago
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I have to stack 6 of these then sit it  on it's side.  They are 14" inches round.  What is the best thing to hold the layers together?  Royal icing or buttercream? Thanks!!!What's The Best "glue"

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640Cake Posted 5 days ago
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RI would work - better than buttercream.  Personally, I'd use melted chocolate to "glue" them.

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SandraSmiley Posted 5 days ago
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This appears to be a disk of Rice Krispy Treats???  If so, I agree with @640Cake ‍, I would use melted chocolate, especially for turning on its side and/or carving. 

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Geegee1330 Posted 5 days ago
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Thanks!  I thought chocolate would work best but we are still a week and a half out from the party and I was concerned that chocolate would mold if not refrigerated.

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Geegee1330 Posted 5 days ago
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Yes it's made in a 16" cake pan that was a typo in my earlier post.  I am turning it into a bass drum and it won't be eaten

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SandraSmiley Posted 5 days ago
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I have modeling chocolate figures that I've kept for three years and they didn't mold.  Candy bars in the store do not mold, nor do my chips and baking chocolate.  I don't think you need to worry about it molding.

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Geegee1330 Posted 5 days ago
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Great thanks for the help!!

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