Bell Cake

Decorating By fcakes Updated 3 Apr 2015 , 10:47am by ximillia34

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fcakes Posted 21 Dec 2014 , 3:17pm
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I am thinking of making this cake for our office party, but don't have a bell shaped pan. Any idea on how to carve this shape to serve about 20-30 people? Should I just carve out of a 9x13 sheet? 


Thank you! 

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remnant3333 Posted 21 Dec 2014 , 4:02pm
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That should be pretty easy to just cut it out into that shape. I would do a cutout template bell, the size that you want it, cook yourself  two 9 x 13 pans or two 9 inch squares or two 10 inch rounds (whichever will fit the size of your template) then put your template on top and just cut it out for both layers. put frosting in between the two cut out bells and frost. I am not sure but the picture above looks like it may have fondant on top of it.


As far as the bottom round on bell I am not sure about. Maybe rice crispies cereal? I am no expert so hopefully someone else here will be able to help you more than me. Good luck I am sure you will do a beautiful job!!!

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julia1812 Posted 21 Dec 2014 , 4:20pm
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AAs remnand said... And I would also say it's covered in white fondant. To make the bell, you could use modeling fondant or gum paste or marzipan or rkt, but if you have time I'm just thinking I wohl use a candy apple. It's so christmasy. Ok, the apple is not perfectly round, but it's something special to add. Either buy one or make one, with a cinnamon stick in the middle and red candy outside, which you could dust with gold luster dust...

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fcakes Posted 23 Dec 2014 , 7:16pm
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AWow..thanks so much!! Yeah, might work with a round cake too...I'll search for a template and see what fits. Thank you!!!

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fcakes Posted 23 Dec 2014 , 7:17pm
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AOh, and for the bell, I was planning on just rolling up a ball of won't be too big :)

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ximillia34 Posted 3 Apr 2015 , 10:47am
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The cake is really looking wonderful buddy, did you hired caterer for this. As I am also planning for an office party and also think that there is not anything better than hiring a caterer to flavor up your event.

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