Cake Serving/ Baby Rattle Cake

Decorating By briansbaker Updated 12 Aug 2005 , 2:45pm by CakesByEllen

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briansbaker Posted 11 Aug 2005 , 5:14pm
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I need a graph that I can print out to show everyone how to cut an 11 X 15 (3 - 4 inches thick). How many people should this cake serve?
Also I just bought the ball pan.. I was wanting to make a baby rattle cake.. Has anyone done this? should I use both sides of the ball or just one side and how many people would it serve using both or just one? icon_confused.gif Thanks in advance!

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ntertayneme Posted 11 Aug 2005 , 8:49pm
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hmmmm I wonder if you could use both sides and insert a dowel stick covered with fondant and make the handle to the baby rattle? Maybe tie a bow on the end and make a ring/circle at the bottom like some rattles have.

this is a serving guide to how many servings you can get from different sizes icon_smile.gif

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CakesByEllen Posted 12 Aug 2005 , 2:45pm
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I'm fairly certain I have seen a baby rattle cake like you described on the Wilton site. Big sports ball on one end, and mini sports-ball on the other, with a dowel in the middle. It was really cute. I can't imagine it serves too many people though.

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