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Wilton 301-910 Romantic Castle Cake Set

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  • 3 Sizes of detailed turrent towers
  • Removable peak pieces
  • Features 6 lattice windows
  • Attractive paneled door and a main roof peak
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Castle Parties Transform an ordinary cake into a breathtaking dream castle. It's the ultimate Cinderella story for your next party. Seven spectacular castle scenes for all kinds of celebrations. Includes the ultimate princess birthday palace, a colorful Toyland tower for Christmas and a woodland castle in a treetop. All made using our Romantic Castle Cake Set, which turns a stacked tier cake into a towering centerpiece.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 12.2 x 10.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000PBYHX0
  • Item model number: 301-910
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,829 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Customer Reviews

The turrets are cheap plastic.
Eric M. Forman
Super easy to make a professional looking cake and I am hoping to re use it for more parties in the future.
Kate Wilson
I suppose you could use hot glue to attach them to the base as well.
Kim Mc

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89 of 91 people found the following review helpful By MrLucky on February 21, 2010
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About a month ago, my daughter said she'd like Daddy to make her a castle cake for her third birthday. I found this kit online, and thought it looked easy enough. How hard could a "kit cake" be to make?

Once I got into this project, I quickly realized that to make this cake "right", it would be no quick endeavor! We planned ahead. Two days before the party, we started baking cakes and making flowers (easy enough to do that the soon to be birthday girl even helped--fun like Playdo). We froze the cakes.

The day before the party, I iced the (still frozen) cakes and put the glitter on all of the areas it needed to be on (roof-tops, around windows, etc...) For a dad, this is doable, but certainly not easy (I was up until 3 am working on this--of course, I didn't start until very late as I returned home from work late).

The party was in the evening, so I had time the day of to assemble and finish the cake. First, I did rolled fondant on the top only of the base cake, and on the entire second (smaller) cake. Instead of using "melted candy" as the instructions suggest, I used a glue gun to attach some sticks to the towers to help keep them upright. The glue stuck fine, but the wieght of the roof-tops made a couple of the towers unstable at times. After putting on the towers, I used Valentine's day M&M's (red, pink, and White) as "rocks" for the walls of the base cake.

This cake is no easy project for a dad with limited cake baking know-how, and it is also very time consuming to make it right. When my newly-turned 3 year old little princess put her arms around me and said, "Dad, I'm really proud of you. You did a good job on my castle cake." it was ALL WORTH IT!
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Crystal Watanabe on June 27, 2011
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Before I start going into why I only gave this product three stars, I'd like to say that the castle came out pretty fantastic, but I have to give a lot of the credit for that to myself because anyone who puts 14 hours of work into a cake deserves many pats on the back, even if they're self serving.

The kit comes with instructions (and photos on the box) for three different types of cakes: Romantic, Medieval, and Candy. I made the Romantic because this cake was for my daughter's 7th birthday. I used pink frosting for roofs and coated them in edible glitter. Just to warn people, cutting out and making 285 little flowers is a maddening affair. You'll need to schedule yourself a massage or make time for some peaceful bliss after making them.

The pieces of the kit include four of three sizes of towers and these towers help to take a lot of work out of a castle cake that would otherwise require you to make turrets out of Rice Krispies treats. Having tried that myself, I know what a massive pain in the ass it is, so that makes the plastic turrets worth it already.

The problem is in the base. They're just flat bottomed with no supports at all, which mean when you insert them into your cake, they tend to just start tipping over. Unlike others, the ones I was able to secure the easiest were the ones that were to stick to the cake board because I could gob a lot of chocolate on and you had two flat surfaces glued together. Makes sense.

For the cake layers, however, Wilton instructs you to buy plastic dowels and "attach" them to the turrets with melted chocolate, then insert them. This is NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE. Seriously, imagine taking a thin pipe and trying to "glue" it to a flat bottom of plastic with chocolate.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on May 2, 2011
I rated this a 4 because it looks very impressive in the end. But if asked how I was rating for difficulty (time to get it all together) I would have rated it a 2 because the instructions suck, it takes allot of extra purchasing of "stuff" and unless you read reviews of others this would have been a disaster.

First let me thank the other reviewers on here because my sister showed this Castle Cake set to my niece who really loved it before asking me to make it. Having never taken cake decorating classes (being self taught) this could have been a disaster without the suggestions of other reviewers. Now having done it successfully I will add my own comments.

The towers you see for this cake come with no holes on the bottom. So even though the instructions tell you to anchor them with dowels they don't tell you what you do with no holes. Reviewers suggested drilling holes in bottom of towers and securing dowels. I ended up with the cake place suggesting that I don't drill (taking a chance of cracking) and instead use wooden golf tees and gluing them to the bottom. This I did, but went through 4 kinds of glue before finding one that worked. You buy E-6000, sand the bottom of tower and top of tee, wipe them clean, put thin film of E-6000 on each part, let them sit for at least two minutes, push them together and then turn the towers upside down and let them cure for 72 hours.....this worked.

Also the 4 towers you see sitting next to the cake, the instructions say put a drop; of the frosting you are using to hold it.....no way....I did what one person suggested and hot glue gunned them onto the cake board....that held them great.
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