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Advice on a 3D bear cake

post #1 of 7
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Hi, can anyone help with advice or tips on how to make a teddy bear 3D cake without a tin please, do i do arms as cake or just in fondant? i would be very gratefull for any help. Thank you

post #2 of 7
Google bakeabooingblogspot.com they have good tutorial, just make sure your recipe is dens not soft or it can be impossible (hapens to me one's) good luck
post #3 of 7
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Ive just had a look on that wedsite  anavillatoro1  thank you so much its just what i needed, that is going to be a great help.Thank you again.

post #4 of 7
You're welcome just make sure the cake recipe is good for carving icon_smile.gif
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Thread Starter 

Is there a recipe you would recommend? :)

post #6 of 7

WASC! I love WASC and you can do it from scratch. It doesn't have to be almond either. You can flavor it anything you can dream of using emulsions, oils, extracts, flavored creamers, soda, liqeuer.... I love me some WASC. I had always despised white cake and now I am addicted.

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I found one that works for me whas the vanila cake on the book " confetti cakes" I do not now what WASC is batterupcake is referring to, but I try the original WASC the ckelady one and is good but soft annd tender, what I like but no for carving (it's jus my opinion)
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