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29 May 2008, 12:28
so i saw this awesome giant cupcake pan and i HAD to get it edit: i saw this cupcake pan on a u.s blog and spent ages looking for an aussie supplier. i usually buy my cake pans from Cake Deco but i just happened to find the pan on ebay from the EXACT same company using an ebay store! and half the things i bought from them were cheaper! bah go forth kids! Cake Deco Ebay check back every now and then cos atm the cupcake pan aint there
ive attempted creating a giant cupcake by carving a cake which kinda didnt work out cos the crumbs went everywhere so thought id give this a go… ready?
grease the pan with HEAPS of cooking oil or your cake will become stuck and youll lose the details.
i was reading some forums where ppl have said the top bit of the cupcake bakes faster than the bottom because its smaller and theres less batter in there so i put another pan half filled with water under the lid
level the cakes…
dig a hole…
and fill with cream! mmm cream and i chucked in some mango and peach
and ice away! i let the base un-iced so you could see the details of the ridges lol this pan is awesome and ill most likely use it to make jelly too…
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