Baby Blocks Cake

Decorating By mommy2girls0708 Updated 27 Mar 2010 , 4:50am by msthang1224

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mommy2girls0708 Posted 27 Mar 2010 , 12:08am
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I am wanting to make baby blocks for my nephew's dedication cake. I was thinking 9 blocks. Tell me if I am thinking about this correctly.

I have an 8x8x2 square pan so I can do 1 box of cake mix for 2 pans. I will cut each cake and make 4 squares and stack to make 4 2 layer blocks. So I should get 4 4x4 blocks with one cake mix. So I need 3 boxes of cake mix and I need to bake 6 cakes to get my 9 blocks.

Does my math sound okay?? I have never ever made a cake like this so I want to make sure I get it right!

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msthang1224 Posted 27 Mar 2010 , 4:50am
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Hi, if I'm reading your calculations of the pan measurements, and how many cakes you will get correctly, then it should go as follows.

One 8x8x2 pan will give you 4 squares which equals two 2layer blocks.

So you need 9 blocks all together. You need to make 5 cakes which will yield 10 blocks.

So, if you can make 2 cakes out of 1 box of cake mix then you need 3 boxes in total (like u said).

I hope this helps you out. Good luck.

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