Pumpkin Shaped Cakes

Decorating By doreenre Updated 26 Oct 2007 , 2:46am by cakesondemand

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doreenre Posted 25 Oct 2007 , 5:14pm
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For those of you who've made pumpkin-shaped cakes using bundt pans, what did you do about the gaping hole in the middle?

Would also love to get some basic assembly details for this cake as well!

If I wanted to make it taller, maybe an 8" round in the middle?

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ChrisJ Posted 25 Oct 2007 , 6:55pm
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I used an ice cream cone covered in BC as the stem and plugged that upside down into the hole. This cake is one I did using 2 cakes baked in the standard bundt pan.

I think using another cake in the middle would work easily enough. That's going to be pretty big so I hope you want a lot of cake icon_smile.gif

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cakesondemand Posted 26 Oct 2007 , 2:46am
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I just had a request for a pumkin shape cake for a wedding cake the father will be making a cinderalla carriage and she wants the pumkin all cake 2ft high 2 ft across one huge cake it will be so heavy I'm not sure how to lift it also only 200 guest don't know what she's thinking but it's her dream cake I sent a quote for $1000 it will take a few days to bake that size. Besides where would you get a 24" round pan 20" is the biggest I can find.

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