3D Dog House Cake...

Decorating By CiNoRi Updated 18 Jan 2012 , 10:15pm by sillywabbitz

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CiNoRi Posted 18 Jan 2012 , 2:49pm
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Hi all,

I have been asked to do a dog house cake for next week... the cake needs to serve 12 <can go a little over if need>

And im trying to come up ith the best/ most efficient plan. Id like to do this waisting as little cake as possible. I have a few thoughts but I was hoping to get your opinions!


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TheSweetScoop Posted 18 Jan 2012 , 10:03pm
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Hi CiNoRi,

I would tackle this request by baking a sheet cake or two depending on the size. Cut 3 or 4 layers into the rectangular shape of the main part of the dog house. Stack, fill and ice. Then cut one piece an inch wider on all sides for the beginning of the roof. I would support this piece with cardboard and dowels. Then cut diminishing sizes of cake to create the triangular shape of a roof. Fill and ice the roof and then you can shape it. Then apply your icing or fondant. Hope this helps you work out your problem.


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sillywabbitz Posted 18 Jan 2012 , 10:15pm
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The only dog house I've done, I did using the wilton house pan. The pan takes 1 cake mix which is estimated to feed 12 people. So to keep your portions in check about 1 cake mix should do but if you are going to hand cut it you'll need to make more cake because you'll loose some in the carving.

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