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How do I fill a 3D Train Cake?

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I was wondering if anyone had any ideas for filling a 3d Train cake??

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Are you starting out with a basic square/rectangle?

 

If so, tort and fill first and THEN carve. 

 

Freezing for a short period to firm it all up will help.

 

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I was trying to find a way to fill it after it is already baked in the 3d pan itself. I might just have to shape my own and fill it that way instead. I bought the 3d cake pan from wilton and its great but there is no way to cut it and fill it unfortunately.

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I just bake it then slice it up, dam and fill, stack it back up and go!
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post #5 of 6

I just made this cake a couple of weeks ago by stacking rectangles and carving.  I was concerned that the round part wouldn't hold up, but I had no problems at all. 

 

Train cake

post #6 of 6

I cut and filled the Train pan from Wilton a few weeks ago, I didn't have any problems...just watch where your cutting.  Good Luck!

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