Tiny Split

Baking By slimjen1 Updated 17 Jun 2017 , 1:42am by bubs1stbirthday

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slimjen1 Posted 16 Jun 2017 , 8:39pm
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Hi all;  didn't know which to choose; baking or decorating.  Well; I made a 14x14x2 square cake x2 for a wedding cake.  When I was crumb coating; I noticed a small split on the end.  I got it coated and in the fridge.  It appears to be holding up.  But; what would you advise me to do.  It is the bottom tier in which I will place dowls in it to stack the next tier after I ice it.  Do you think the icing would hold?  Please advise...

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SandraSmiley Posted 16 Jun 2017 , 11:23pm
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Gosh slimjen1, I don't know?!  How about filling the split with melted chocolate, which is a lot stronger than frosting - white chocolate for mild flavors, milk or dark chocolate for stronger flavors.

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bubs1stbirthday Posted 17 Jun 2017 , 1:42am
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If your cake is nicely levelled and kept flat during transport the icing should act as the perfect glue.

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