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has anyone used flower pot style tins yet???

post #1 of 4
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ive brought these flower pot tins and ive tried to used them 3 times but they havent cooked in the middle! when i put the skewer in, it comes out clean but when i cut through the middle to buttercream its still runny in side. ive searched the internet but nothing icon_sad.gif
its annoying because their deep tins i dont want to waste anymore ingrediants with them,
hope someone can help icon_sad.gif xx
LL
post #2 of 4
I am not sure about the under cooking, but I love the look of the tins... I searched for them and they seem to only be available outside the U.S....

I wonder if they will ship to me here... i will have to look...

good luck in finding your answer...
post #3 of 4
http://www.windsorcakecraft.co.uk/4_tier_flower_pot_style_cake_tins.html

This shop will ship them to the US--it will cost a fair bit

http://www.windsorcakecraft.co.uk/post_and_packing.html

However, it says they are 5" deep--that is VERY deep.

I would fill them 3" deep with mudcake type batter, and bake at 300F to ensure that the cake is cooked. The cakes will have the right proportion after baking
post #4 of 4
Thanks Irene!

I love mudcake... I do agree, It would be great in something like that!
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