I want to make the bride of Frankenstein cake in the galleries. Could I use two 9" square pans to make her? I was thinking I could bake two cakes and cut a third off of each layer and piece them together to achieve the length of the cake. Does that make sense? Then I could ice the green area smooth (a little more than a third of the cake), and just pipe over the rest of the cake without worrying about smoothing the cake under the hair.
that works, or if you had a loaf pan you could make 2 of those, tort, and fill. i think that would help make the cake deeper too because you'll have a tough time making 2 9in squares with 1 box mix. unless you're not using a box mix... then ignore me
I do have a loaf pan, but I was concerned that it's too skinny? I am going to use a mix, but I thought I may bake one mix in each pan? I think they are deep enough.
well if you are planning on using 2 mixes anyways then yes use the 2 squares Good luck!