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post #16 of 24
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Thank You So much DEB!!!! You have all been a good help! I am going to post the picture in just a few minutes
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post #17 of 24
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Ok I just posted the pic. It's Little Pink Doll. Tell me what you think! And Thanks for al lyour advice
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post #18 of 24
She looks great!

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post #19 of 24
Good job!
I want to try a doll cake, I have a doll pick, just not the pan. And I have a glass bowl, but I don't think it's oven proof.
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post #20 of 24
If it's pyrex or corning it's most likely oven proof. I use my pampered chef bowl to make cakes all the time.

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post #21 of 24
I will have to go home and look- I'm at work. I don't think it is though, it's an old mixing bowl that was supposed to go with an old kitchenaid stand mixer from the 70's. I have a smaller one, and I used to have the bigger one to go with it, but that got broken somehow icon_cry.gif The big one was one of my favorite mixing bowls.
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post #22 of 24
Yes. I have prepared them four days in advance. I was told the sugar keeps them fresh.
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post #23 of 24
i love the doll! i want to make one but i don't have a little girl to make it for... maybe i'll just make one for myself someday... but as for the mmf... just leave it out on the counter... don't cover it with anything or it will get soggy looking and sticky again. all it will do is harden up but it's still easy to cut through (it doesn't get as hard as a rock)... i've left my mmf cake out for over a week and it's still good... it looks the same as the day i made it... it kinda seals off the cake and keeps it fresh inside
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post #24 of 24
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Thank you so much for your advise. I'm glad to know it will keep. I've never made a cake more than 24 hours in advance and especially one that is for a customer. I'm glad I know and so glad for all of your advise!
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