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I take it I can bake a cake in a glass pyrex bowl no probs if i grease and flour it.....

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CountessDracula Fri 05-Sep-08 23:14:20

need a round cake

I have a pudding bowl thingy, I was going to bake two cakes then sandwich them together.

It will be fine will it not?

Olihan Fri 05-Sep-08 23:21:40

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.

TheFallenMadonna Fri 05-Sep-08 23:22:34

It will be fine. Do this often for bloody novelty cakes

sallystrawberry Fri 05-Sep-08 23:25:32

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marmadukescarlet Fri 05-Sep-08 23:26:48

Yep, as Olihan says.

I have done this and empty baked bean cans etc.

CountessDracula Fri 05-Sep-08 23:27:37

have to make the wicked witch of the west tomorrow <hyperventilates>

S1ur Fri 05-Sep-08 23:29:45

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?

sallystrawberry Fri 05-Sep-08 23:34:12

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marmadukescarlet Fri 05-Sep-08 23:58:42

Slur LOL

Yes it was for shape, turrets for a castle. Pic on profile.

RustyBear Sat 06-Sep-08 00:10:16

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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