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post #16 of 19
I was so hesitant to try this, but I did it last week and I couldn't believe it! It really does work. I was so afraid my cake would fall apart smooshing it down like that, but it was perfect! Thanks for the tip you guys, I will never cut again!
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post #17 of 19
now your not going to want to do this if the pan is one of them alumian ones... ?????? don't you use aluminum pans to bake your cakes in....or do you mean the foil pans...LOL...
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post #18 of 19
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Originally Posted by cakegal

now your not going to want to do this if the pan is one of them alumian ones... ?????? don't you use aluminum pans to bake your cakes in....or do you mean the foil pans...LOL...
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Yes the foil pans... Sorry...
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post #19 of 19
I have a question..

what if after baking your cake, you flip it out..and use the bottom as your top? the bottom of the cake is always flat and smooth?
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