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Yes, I have the 2-piece pans with the orange clips that holds them closed while baking in the oven.
My sister Helen had two sets of cake pop pans. We mixed the cake mix according to directions and filled each pop cup at first to the top, which when it baked, it made these chips that easily came off and didn't effect the shape of the cake pop. So we then started filling the pop cups about 3/4 to 2/3 full. We used the pans over to make more than 18 pops, which I think is the amount each pan holds. Since, she left me with one set,after baking the first 18, I just wiped the...
My sister Helen had two sets of cake pop pans. We mixed the cake mix according to directions and filled each pop cup at first to the top, which when it baked, it made these chips that easily came off and didn't effect the shape of the cake pop. So we then started filling the pop cups about 3/4 to 2/3 full. We used the pans over to make more than 18 pops, which I think is the amount each pan holds. Since, she left me with one set,after baking the first 18, I just wiped the...
My sister Helen bought the original "bake pop" pans off TV. She brought a set to me 2wks ago and we tried it out with the grand kids. We had a blast! I just used the pan she left me, last Tuesday. Since I had frozen red velvet cake batter in the freezer, I thought what better way to test the pans and use of frozen batter. Well, I must say all worked very well. With the cake pops being made for High Schoolers I knew I wouldn't get the reusable sticks back, so I dipped...
You could try using the template from Martha Stewart for the Paper Peony. I tried it this past Mother's Day. I made my peony from 50/50 mix of Wilton Fondant and my gumpaste I make. I should have let the petals fall open more. You could use white card stock for your template to cut out the petals with a exacto-knife. I hope this help!http://cakecentral.com/gallery/2027411http://images.marthastewart.com/images/content/web/pdfs/2007Q2/2169_051507_peonypetals.pdf
Can this printer be used with edible ink cartridges? If yes, what would be the cartridge to buy. I was thinking of asking Santa for this for Christmas. It is on sale for $49.99. If not I will wait to buy the iP3600. Thanks
I have had this question for over a year, I applied on-line to become a Wilton instructor. I got an e-mail and then some time after that, I received another e-mail stating that here in the Chicago area there weren't many openings that they would hold my info, I guess. Well, this pass Summer I taught cake decorating to kids 6-18 y/o, 2 days a week for free. I was surprised that they kept attending. The classes ran from June to August. My question is: can I become a Wilton...
Oops thanks for the comments, thank you jenscreativity.
I thought it was me, but I too am having trouble with posting in the forums, either I cannot get the comments at all or I can't open the e-mail responses.I used cake mix with 1/2 cup egg substitute with just 1 real egg white and added other ingredients to doctor the taste. The cake was yummmmo. I was so surprised, it was the first cake eaten up before the scratch cakes. I can't believe it.
Your cake is really cute. I made a Turkey cake for the 1st time this year. He came out ok, I made him for me, I have severe allergic reaction to egg yolks. So my "on feathered friend is made from egg whites, he is a chocolate marble cake. I used Wilton sugar sheets for the sign with edible markers. I love making him. My family really enjoyed eating my "yoke-less"cake".   http://cakecentral.com/gallery/2215507Great Job and Best Wishes, sometimes cakes get noticed sometimes...
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