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Wilton 2105-5038 Giant Cupcake Pan
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- Top-and-bottom oversized cupcake pan; 10-cup capacity
- Creates a 3D cupcake that measures approximately 7-1/4 by 7-1/2 inches
- Made of heavy-gauge cast aluminum with nonstick surface
- Design features sculptural details for charm and fun decorating
- Washes up easily; measures 15-1/2 by 8-1/4 by 3-3/4 inches
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1. I didn't like that everyone else was approximating their numbers, so here are mine exactly:
- 325 degrees, the entire bake time
- When spraying the container, I made the mistake of spraying the whole thing BEFORE the top went in. Remember to only spray the bottom, then after baking it (see next bullet) spray the TOP.
- 12 minutes just the bottom piece
- I then added the top. 67 minutes = enough time to get the soft inside and not too hard outside.
2. I used 2 cake boxes, and took note of which is denser (I had devil's food and funfetti, so I used the devil's food for the base). When finished, I had enough for 12 cupcakes in addition to the large cupcake.
3. I filled the batter up to the last portion of the spiral for the top, and about 1 inch in for the bottom.
Hope this helps!!!
When I use a cake mix, I use the mix with 1/3 cup softened butter, 1 cup of milk and 4 eggs.
This produces a fine, moist crumb texture, much like a pound cake. And I found this produces a better cake for this pan than following the usual ingredients called for on the back of the cake mix box.
1. Cooked at 325
2. I used two cake boxes.
3. Used Pam with flour to grease the bottom mold. Filled with batter and left 1 inch from the top.
4. Baked for 16 minutes
5. Removed from oven, greased the top bold and filled with batter up to the swirl line on the top of the mold.
6. Baked for 60 minutes (it was a bit crispy on the edge of the bottom mold but tasted great).
7. I had enough batter left over to make an additional 15 cupcakes.
I was slightly confused, based on other reviews, of how much batter to use and how long to cook with this pan. I bought a couple of packages of cake mixes to try it out, and here's what I discovered:
1) Use only one package of cake mix (NOT one for each half). When you pour in the batter, it will not even come close to filling the pan (see item #2 below), but that's OK, the batter expands when it cooks.
2) Fill the mould for the bottom part of the cupcake about 2/3 full, then use the rest for the top part. It's hard to gauge how to apportion the batter, but I think this results in the best split of the batter between top and bottom.
3) Cook it all at once for the same amount of time. I tried it this way the first time and didn't have any problems. It does need a long time, so I would suggest using the recommended cooking time on the mix box for a bundt cake (approximately 40 minutes at 350 degrees), and maybe even add another 2-3 minutes until a toothpick comes out clean. Yes, perhaps the top comes out a bit more cooked on the outside, but the middles of the cakes are the same.
4) Let the pan cool before removing the cakes. Yes, it's hard to resist wanting to see the final result, but it will help in the removal process if you wait.
5) Grease the pan significantly on the top part of the cupcake. Although the physics make it appear easy, the top part does not come out as easily as the bottom (which was easy). Honestly, use shortening and it won't even be an issue. For those of you who are more health-conscious, make sure to spray the pan well.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is my go to cake pan for all babies 1st birthdays. It is perfect for smash cakes. I've let friends borrow it and they all love it too.Published 3 days ago by jennifer
My husband bought this for me for my daughters first birthday party. It's adorable and makes more than enough cake for a small party. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Jonathan Lombard
Loved this cake mold!!!
I highly recommend it if you LOVE cupcakes ;)
Cooks great! Had so many compliments on my sons 1st birthday cake. I will say that I would fill the base 1st and cook for about 15-20 mins and then fill the top. Came out perfect!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I've used this pan a few times and every time it was a big hit. You have to generously spray the top and bottom. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Love love love my cake pan. This is the one you want. First try #sucess.
One side at a time!!! Read more
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