Cake Layers

Decorating By moeisha Updated 25 Nov 2012 , 10:21pm by kazita

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moeisha Posted 24 Nov 2012 , 8:27pm
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after I layer my cakes with a thin layer of filling my frosting wants to suck into the layer making it look distorted what am I doing wrong?

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remnant3333 Posted 24 Nov 2012 , 8:45pm
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Did you put a dam of butter cream frosting around the outer edge in between your cake layers before putting the top layer on to hold in your filling?


There are a lot more people on here that can probably answer your question better than I can since I don't do cakes for a living. It is just a hobby for me.  Hopefully, someone here will know immediately what is going on with your cake.  I will be watching this thread to learn also as I am an amateur myself and am  trying to learn more too.


Good luck/Mary

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kakeladi Posted 25 Nov 2012 , 9:59pm
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I'm not picturing what you mean :(

Is it possible your filling is too thin/wet & is soaking into the cakes?

If your layers are level and you are using a thin layer of filling I don't see how the cake can look loopsided/distorted.

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kazita Posted 25 Nov 2012 , 10:21pm
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AYeah I didnt reply because I'm not understanding what you mean...sorry

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