I'm hoping someone can help. I have started making cake push pops but am having a problem working out how much cake mixture I need so as not to run short or have too much. I have a request for 12 cake push pops and want to bake them in a tin not cupcake holders. The cake isn't coming out level so some parts can't be used. I used the Hummingbird recipe and had to make 3 times the amount just to get 12 out of it.
Any ideas please would be very helpful. I'm in the UK if that makes any difference.
Thanks in advance
Well, you just have to level the cake layer like you would when making a cake. Use a knife, Aghbay, dental floss - however you normally level your cakes. Then cut the little circles (I use the cake pushpop cylinder itself), and stuff the cake circles in there.
I don't understand why you'd use cupcake papers anyway . . . You basically just need sheet/slab cake that's thin, and then you cut out the circles.
Thanks for your reply. I don't want the layers too thin and I am using the cylinder to cut them out. I just wanted to know approximately how much batter to use.