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post #16 of 19
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I did not know that indydebi! Thanks for your help. Anything is something!
~Cake decorators can eat their mistakes!~ hehe
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~Cake decorators can eat their mistakes!~ hehe
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post #17 of 19
I have the same problem with chocolate cake in my wilton hexagon pan. I think it has to do with the chocolate cake and the way the pans are made. They are a weird shape and they are not the best quality.
My husband never minds when the cake overflows because he eats the extras!
post #18 of 19
this is no problem i just made a cake and i totally overflowed!! But, i just leveled it down and trimmed around it.... icon_smile.gif
-Making the World a Sweeter Place-
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-Making the World a Sweeter Place-
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post #19 of 19

looks pretty good...How did it taste though? Did you fill it? Or ice it?  This has happened to anyone who has baked a few cakes...Bc we think awe... I don't want to waste this extra cake batter.  It's just better to make cupcakes with the extra batter and have an extra treat.  Good luck in the future!!

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