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post #31 of 48
I think the frozen batter idea sounds exciting!! Waiting to hear results too!
post #32 of 48
Me too!
post #33 of 48
MelissaAnn84 I was wondering if you had an update for us? icon_smile.gif I am still curious to see how this turned out....
Thanks!
post #34 of 48
Ditto that! icon_razz.gif
post #35 of 48
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Originally Posted by Herekittykitty

I've done it with mini chocolate chips mixed into pink cake batter and just poured into the pan. Mini's are light enough not to sink if you don't have a real thin batter.



I've done that too. and have used jimmies (i think you guys call them funfetti or sprinkles) I love the mini colored choc chips, except I can only find them around christmas time here.
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laughter isn't the best medicine. It's the cure.
Grabbing my bowl of faux-'nache and running from the ganache police!!
link to Jello MMF recipe: http://cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopicp-6934662-.html#6934662
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post #36 of 48
I just tried this, after I chilled the batter in the freezer, and I think it is going to work, but I would love to know how this worked for the OP. icon_lol.gif
post #37 of 48
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Originally Posted by Karen421

I just tried this, after I chilled the batter in the freezer, and I think it is going to work, but I would love to know how this worked for the OP. icon_lol.gif



OMG, have you cut the cake yet? Let's see pics.....waiting patiently....{{not}}
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post #39 of 48
Not sure if this is dotted enough, but this is interesting. - http://poornimastastytreats.blogspot.com/2009/02/marble-ring-cake.html
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post #40 of 48
It just (like 2 minutes ago) came out of the oven, I took pictures before I put it in, but it won't let me attach them. (oh- I baked it in a clear Pampered Chef bowl - so I could see that the dots were round going into the oven.)
post #41 of 48
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Im sorry it took me so long to reply, ive been without internet for over a month (didnt think that was humanly possible!). The cake didnt really turn out. As i tried to rollthe batter into balls, it just melted, I tried piping it, but it was too thick and didnt turn out round.
post #42 of 48
I don't think it work for me also. Before I put it in the oven it was perfect- nice round dots. As it baked - it rose and the nice round dots became tubular.
post #43 of 48
Deborah Stauch
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post #44 of 48
I added pink dots to the inside of my wedding cake. It was a scratch butter cake batter.

I used about 1/4 of the total batter, tinted it light pink, and used a large icing bag with NO tip to add the dots.

I baked these layers as all other layers with magic cake strips. The dots turned out very well.
post #45 of 48

You first make colored cake-pops (white mix + food coloring).  After they're cooked then put a little batter in pan add cake pops then batter on top (not shown - but be sure batter covers them!)  then bake and the cake pops will "disappear" as the cake rises (you can undercook cake-pops a tiny bit so they don't get dried out in second baking).  

 

I also learned from playing with my daughter that sprinkles make pretty cool rainbow speckles in white cake mix. You can see them in the bowl of cake-pops.  We didn't use them in the finished cake though.

 

    

   

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