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Can anyone explain this mystery Christmas tree pan? - Page 2
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I have been a cake decorator for about 13yrs and have never seen a pan like this. I found one today at Walmart and decided to get it and research it. If I cant figure it out, I will just take it bck. I do know that you do not turn the pan upside down and bake in the holes. I thought maybe you just fill the holes with a cream or fruit filling of some sort. Strange though, i looked in the wilton cake decorating books and it wasn't in any of them either.
You found it? I looked all over the Wilton site and couldn't find it - could you post a link? That's really weird that Wilton said the holes were to be filled with M&Ms. That would be really hard to cut and messy. What were they thinking?
http://www.wilton.com/recipe/Green-Holiday-Tree-Cake -- Look at Step 5.
Wow, that's it. That seems like quite a silly thing, filling them with M&Ms. Kids would love it though.
- Can anyone explain this mystery Christmas tree pan?
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