Any Tips For Using Wonder Mold Pan?

Decorating By stampinam Updated 26 Jul 2006 , 7:10pm by stampinam

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stampinam Posted 26 Jul 2006 , 5:13pm
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Hello -

I'll be using the wonder mold pan to make a big top on my son's birthday cake this weekend. I've read some horror stories on this site when people have used the rubber ducky and teddy bear pans and am starting to panic about using this wonder mold pan as it sort of stands like the other pans.

So any tips would be very much appreciated!!

P.S. The Wilton wonder mold pan is the pan you see used to make the barbie doll cakes. The pan actually makes the skirt part of the doll cake.

Ann Marie

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mbelgard Posted 26 Jul 2006 , 5:23pm
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It's not hard to do. Make sure you put in enough batter to fill it and make sure it's cooked all the way before you take it out of the oven to avoid collapse.
If you're really worried make it so you have enough time to do a spare if the first fails.
Good luck

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stampinam Posted 26 Jul 2006 , 7:10pm
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I am going to bake a trial cake tonight - if it turns out well I'll freeze it and use it on Saturday. If not, I'll have enough time to bake another one.

thanks for the batter tip!

Ann Marie

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