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post #16 of 19

An agbay is great for torts and several layers of filling. The marvel cake lid is great for me and everyone who wants to get to the fun part of decorating! lol  Actually if you didn't want to put icing on it you don't have too.  The lid prevents that ugly browning you don't want for those lighter cakes.  I love that I can tell what I have on the table by looking at the color of bread, lemon, strawberry, white and vanilla.  Just drizzle some marmalade on top and serve.  I wish I had some pics, but go to the website and you can see the difference. See rainbow cake video: .
I can make a 3 tier cake with just 4 boxes of mix, of course if you make your own batter it's approximately 18 to 20 cups of batter. 


As a cake decorator and I have no one else to help me, I want to use all available tools to get my cakes out quickly and make everyone happy.


Have fun baking!

post #17 of 19

Oh okay, teenage son in the house! oh my! I guess you can save all the cake tops for him :-)

post #18 of 19

I love my lids, the 10" and 1/4 sheet is my favorite.

post #19 of 19

I don't have the Wilton 9 x 13 pan because the corners are rounded instead of regular square corners. Mine are made by Chicago metallic and have totally square corners. I get totally straight edged corners with any of my square or rectangle cakes which come out with even corners every time.  All I normally do is cut off the humps of the cakes in the middle of cake.  Will the Marvel lids fit the totally square corner pans?  I have tried putting an aluminum turkey pan on top of my 9 x 13 cake pans while cooking but I did not grease it so the cake stuck to the top. Next time I try this I will spray with cake batter release on top of alum. top and see what happens. I did notice my cake had a nice color on top and was very moist once I evened it out.   I also have the 10 inch springform pans. Will Marvel also fit the springform pans? I would buy the marvel cake tops if I knew they fit the springform pan and the straight edged corner pans.  Maybe I will call the place who sells them and ask them if no one here knows for sure. Thanks/Mary

Edited by remnant3333 - 12/27/12 at 6:05am
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