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need a round cakeI have a pudding bowl thingy, I was going to bake two cakes then sandwich them together. It will be fine will it not?
Absolutely fine. Just grease as usual, no need to flour ime, but a little disc of greased greaseproof at the bottom will make it easier to get out.
It will be fine. Do this often for bloody novelty cakes
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Yep, as Olihan says.I have done this and empty baked bean cans etc.
thanks!have to make the wicked witch of the west tomorrow <hyperventilates>
Marmaduke - just what the hell kind of student has cake ingredients but only empty beans cans to bake in???I am intriuged by novelty baking vessels now, could one use a mug? Hmm would one want to?
Slur LOLYes it was for shape, turrets for a castle. Pic on profile.
Our Year 4 children make their Christmas cakes in half-sized bean cans - they are just right for a mini-cake.
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