cool tutorial, thanks for sharing! can't wait to try it.
Thank you so much!! You explained everything very well!!
How food safe are the cans that the cakes were baked in?? I read a review from somewhere else and they said that there were fumes coming from the cans because the are lined with a thin plastic layer inside??
Thank you for sharing!!!! can't wait to try this.
laella--I'm not a food safety expert, but I have friends that bake bread in cans all the time without any problems. I've noticed that some cans have a white liner on the inside. I'm guessing that was the problem. Most cans are just the regular tin color gray inside. I'm guessing you want one of those.
You make it look and sound so easy! Can't wait to try it. Thank you!
That is beautiful, and you did a great job with your English! Just so you know, not to pick on you, we do say, "in case it raises too much" or "in case it should rise too much" rather than "grow up" Our children grow up. ;-) But I a super impressed you have used the correct "too" Many Americans use the wrong one, i.e. to or two.
Thank you very much. This is very informative and fun!
Thank you for this - it is a very clear tutorial for a very lovely cake!
Thank all of You for your kind words!
Laella - I didn't read that review. I'm not a baker or cake designer. I'm learning how to make cakes with trial and error method and until now I've made only about 15 cakes for my family and for my friends. As you can see on the 1st photo inside my bean's can there's only a little white strip and to protect my cake from can's walls I put inside a baking paper. I guarantee that there wasn't any fumes when cake was baking, there wasn't any chemical odor or any chemical taste of my cake. And after baking the white plastic (?) strip was intact. But after your post I saw that there was different cans with different interior. For example tomatoes cans are all over cover inside with white plastic (?). Probably because tomatoes contains acid. Any way thank you for post! Now I and other person who read this tutorial will be more careful when they choose the right can to do this cake! :-) Traci_doodle - thank you for your support! Annabakescakes - thank you for your English/American lesson. It's never too late to learn something new!
Wow i think this is amazing and definatley something i will try in the future Thankyou
Thanks for taking the time to share this! I can't wait to try it!
Great job thanks for sharing :)
Very good idea!!!! I can't wait to try it!!!
I wondered how this technique would be if cutting cake pieces out. I was thinking of using a cookie cutter with cooked cake to get this technique. Very nice.