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post #31 of 39
What should I do to have mine not dry in the corners??
post #32 of 39
I love love love the Wilton pillow pans - they are so easy to use and the cakes are absolutely a dream to fondant (both sides - I just do it like the youtube tutorial - first buttercream/fondant one half - then flip it over and buttercream/fondant the other half) They are well worth it even if you only use them once in a whileicon_smile.gif
post #33 of 39
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Originally Posted by Normita

What should I do to have mine not dry in the corners??

I used them this weekend, wound up making 3 cakes instead of 2. Trial and error. My 1st cake came out hard as a rock in the corners. I "insulated" the cake pan (the largest one) by baking it on a cookie sheet and had no problems after that. Overall I was ecstatic with the final results. Good Luck!
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post #34 of 39
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Originally Posted by ChunkkeeMunkkee

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Originally Posted by Normita

What should I do to have mine not dry in the corners??

I used them this weekend, wound up making 3 cakes instead of 2. Trial and error. My 1st cake came out hard as a rock in the corners. I "insulated" the cake pan (the largest one) by baking it on a cookie sheet and had no problems after that. Overall I was ecstatic with the final results. Good Luck!



So when I bake them place them on top of a cookie sheet?? Did you lower the temp or anything?? I use the WASC recipe...what recipe did you use?
post #35 of 39
HI folks thought I would let you know that I have just purchased these pans from ebay for $28.99 and then postage on top. I did a search in Aus and was only able to purchase them for $119.00 here. Much cheaper on ebay.

Don't know what you buy them for in the US, but I thought you guys might like to know.

All up it cost me (including postage of $32.00) $60.99.
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post #36 of 39
So when I bake them place them on top of a cookie sheet?? Did you lower the temp or anything?? I use the WASC recipe...what recipe did you use?

That's exactly the same recipe I used, and baked at 350. I just placed the pan on a cookie sheet (the largest one in the set) and baked. No issues.... I didn't use the heat core that came in the set (I never use heat cores, use metal rose nails instead).
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post #37 of 39
Thanks for all the great info. can't wait to purchase them! I'll use my coupon from Michaels, what a great deal!
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post #38 of 39
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Originally Posted by Colliegirl

HI folks thought I would let you know that I have just purchased these pans from ebay for $28.99 and then postage on top. I did a search in Aus and was only able to purchase them for $119.00 here. Much cheaper on ebay.

Don't know what you buy them for in the US, but I thought you guys might like to know.

All up it cost me (including postage of $32.00) $60.99.



Colliegirl that's a good price you got then. If I were to buy directly from Wilton without any coupons, it would cost just under $60.00 including shipping.
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Where can I get 50% coupon
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