Spiderman birthday cake. The pan is the Wilton manufacturer and was purchased at a local craft store. I get my cake pans from Michael's crafts or Joann's because.
Household Chuckle: Recalling those AWESOME! cakes made over the years
Possibly there were already Wilton pans in the various shapes, or maybe they weren't available yet, but the cut cakes were all the rage for a while in the '60s. You'd follow the pattern in the little uncontrolled cookbooks put out by cake mix or coconut companies
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Set includes 6, 8, 10, 12 in. pans. Quality aluminum holds its shape for years. Each pan is 2 in. deep. A heating core (stock # 417-6100) is recommended for 10-inch diameter or larger pan.
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Wilton Bottle Shape Cake Pan
With Easter and Mummy's Day there are plenty of reasons to make pretty cakes or cookies. The temperatures are pretty much perfect for decorating cakes, it's not too hot, so no worrying about fondant or buttercream melting and it's not too chilling so that you have a renewed sense and appreciation of colour. If you aren't a cake decorator but still want to present a treat in a pretty way, you can't go wrong with swirls of buttercream, topped with a fondant efflorescence. Here I used 2 colours of frosting swirled using the Wilton #2D tip. I then rolled out some coordinating fondant and using a fondant flower cutter, made enough for 1 per cupcake. Sticking with the buttercream, a cake baked in a Well shape with pastel colours can be all that is needed. This is such an easy design as all you need to do is fill in the shape with piped stars. Wilton tips 18 and 21 are safe for this design. This pan is still available to buy and comes with instructions on how to decorate. This is the same pan but this time it has been completely covered in fondant with cut outs for the body and wings. I used some two tone frosting to add element to the wings and to give the cake a nice border around the base. The main tricky part of this design is to get your fondant smooth on the shape. Wilton do a book called Glorify with Fondant which shows you the techniques needed to cover shaped pans. Here is a special birthday cake for someone with a Spring birthday. The cake is completely covered in fondant then some fondant balls and great sausage shapes are made to form butterfly bodies. The wings were made using heart cutters, Some pale green fondant was rolled out and cut with a close leaf cutter. When the butterflies and leaves had dried out, I was able to attach them to the cake with a little edible glue. Before adding the leaf border I used a conglomerate of edible food writer and paste colours to draw flowers around the sides. The food writers were used for the outline while the paste colours (adulterated with a little water) were used to paint in the flower heads. The final thing to do was to write a greeting on the cake again using edible food writers. ), but with the use of fondant cutters it makes it look like far more attainment went into it then there actually was. Firstly the cake was covered in lilac fondant. Using the Wilton ribbon cutter I cut out some pieces in the same fondant and left them to dry using tissue and cardboard tubes to inhibit their shapes. I also made ribbon swirls by twirling the fondant around a pencil and then letting them dry. I cut out 2 butterfly shapes in yellow, gave them some details and set them on wire again to dry. While they were drying, I cut out blossom and butterfly shapes in various colours, gave them each a little detail along with some leaf shapes. The flower shapes were added to the sides of the cake using eatable glue, trimmed with the leaves. I attached the ribbon to the centre of the cake using edible glue and a little fondant to hold the pieces in place. Finally I added butterflies to the top and finished it off by adding the 2 wired butterflies and a philanthropic sprinkle of edible glitter. If, like me, you are always looking at ways to do something new, you can sign up for a cake decorating course. Here I made a cake following instructions provided during a Wilton cake decorating elegance. This cake is a combination of buttercream and royal icing. All the flowers are made in royal icing following the Wilton method. The bluebirds were made using Wilton's Colour Flow icing. The basketweave (which I grant is not great on this cake) was made using buttercream. Each of the 4 tiers were covered in pastel fondant and then stacked using a little buttercream to hold in place. I didn't actually emergency dowels for this cake as it was sturdy enough to take the weight. I then made a bunch of bead shapes for 2 of the tiers in matching fondant and created a border. With the other 2 tiers I rolled 2 sausage shapes in the same tincture and then twisted them together to create a rope. I formed the numbers in fondant free hand (though cutters would work just as well) and attached them to the top with buttercream. I toughened edible food writers for the greeting and added flattened fondant beads to hold the candles in place. Here we have another simple tiered cake.
Filthy Velvet Cake (baking soda, food coloring, butter, butter, buttermilk, flour, cocoa powder, powdered sugar, cream cheese, eggs, marshmallow, pecan, salt, flaked coconut, sugar, vanilla extract, vinegar)
Mamas Coconut Virtuous Cake Recipe (sugar, cake, baking powder, butter, flour, egg whites, whole milk, flaked coconut, almond extract, vanilla extract, salt)
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Chocolate Concern Layer Cake with Chocolate-Cinnamon Mousse (flour, semisweet chocolate, semisweet chocolate, tea leaves, cherry jam, cinnamon, cocoa powder, eggs, heavy cream, heavy cream, cherry brandy, corn syrup, salt, sugar, butter, water)
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