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post #1 of 27
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Has anyone tried the square topsy turvy cake pans? If so, do you like them?
LL
post #2 of 27
i've never seen these before. who makes them?
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post #3 of 27
Thank the lord! This is (insert curse word here) awesome!!!!! I bet I would have a lot more money if I didn't buy all of thsi crap. Thank God I have a boss to do that for me now!
post #4 of 27
I didnt even know such a thing existed! I would also like to know what other people think of them. Would you have prop them up in the oven so all the batter doesnt run one way?

Kel
post #5 of 27
Wow! I want to know, too!!!
post #6 of 27
Me want pans. Now!
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post #7 of 27
I would love to know where you found these, please tell. icon_biggrin.gif
post #8 of 27
I saw these some time ago. It's icingonlinestore dot com

They come in round and square. You can also as your google search type in topsy turvy round pan set or topsy turvy square pan set.

cakeymom
post #9 of 27
Daaaaaaaaang, those are expensive! Notice how it says that they can't do combined shipping. Boo!

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post #10 of 27
I just found that Fiesta Cake Decorating also has them 89.95 and 99.95 respectively for the round and square sets.

cakeymom

p.s. - the price is why I don't have them either. icon_cry.gif
post #11 of 27
OOPS!!! their sets are 3 pans!!!


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post #12 of 27
Honestly... it's easier to just carve them then to bake them in those 1/2 deep 1/2 shallow pans and then you still have to torte them if you want some filling in your cake. By the time all is said and done it will take you less time to bake 3 squares and stack and carve and fille them then it will to use those pans and torte and fill them.
post #13 of 27
How do you bake a cake evenly in them if one side is more shallow than the other?
post #14 of 27
Just a thought, wouldn't one side of the cake be done sooner than the other? icon_confused.gif
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post #15 of 27
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Originally Posted by jkalman

Honestly... it's easier to just carve them then to bake them in those 1/2 deep 1/2 shallow pans and then you still have to torte them if you want some filling in your cake. By the time all is said and done it will take you less time to bake 3 squares and stack and carve and fille them then it will to use those pans and torte and fill them.



I agree.. And I dont love the shape of them either. Then you gotta deal with the cooking, one side will cook faster than the other side.. Not convinced here..
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