Pound Cake For 10" Cake

Baking By shannonh917 Updated 6 Nov 2015 , 10:47pm by -K8memphis

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shannonh917 Posted 6 Nov 2015 , 7:35pm
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Hello, I have  client who wants a butter pound cake cake for his girlfriend. He wants it in a 12" pan and decorated with lilies not in a fluted pan. Has anyone done this? Made a bunt cake in a round pan? Sorry if this is stupid I jut have never done it...thanks :)

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-K8memphis Posted 6 Nov 2015 , 10:43pm
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i can't remember doing it myself -- i try to talk people into doing what i can do --

but i know lots of peeps use pound cake for tier cakes as in without the hole -- but you've listed a 10" and a 12" cake -- if i was doing a 12" pound cake i would put a little upside pan in the middle or a baking cone thing in there -- what are those things called -- there's two of 'em  sitting right over there on my oven...

i'd also use the baking strips -- but if it is a 10" cake you can use a tube pan and just fill the center with something

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