2 Cavity Three Tier Cake Pan
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- Creates decorative layers in an individual size cake
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Three-tier cake pan creates decorative layers in an individual-size cake. The non-stick coated carbon steel pan features two indentations for baking mini wedding-style cakes for any occasion. A special dessert sure to impress guests, family or friends. Dishwasher safe. 9 1/2 x 5 1/4 x 4 1/4".
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Note the dimensions. This is a small cake, not even 6 inches high, and might feed two people. I use the pan for photography cake smashes, where only a small cake is needed. If you're looking for a bigger cake pan, this is not it.
I read countless reviews about people not being able to get the cake free from the pan. I had not a single problem. I did use quite a bit of cooking spray, not a modest amount, but actually quite a bit, because I had read so many negative reviews about it. I sprayed the pan, the cake literally fell out after I'd finished baking it and let it cool for just a few minutes. Not a single piece left sticking inside.
Many people complained of the pan tipping over in their oven and creating a mess. Do note that the top circles of the pan (the part that rests on the oven rack) are only about an inch circumference, so yes, it is a tad unstable. But here's an idea; place the two tier cake pan into a loaf pan. That's exactly what I did and it worked perfectly. I was able to check the cake multiple times with absolutely no fear of it tipping over. Also, in the event that the pan was filled too full, it also gave a place for the cake to run over, instead of the bottom of my oven. Worked like a charm. I'd recommend inexperienced bakers to use that trick. If you don't have a loaf pan, perhaps a 9x13 might work.
And the final part, filling the cake pan. I filled mine all the way to the second tier, and then stopped short of filling the top tier halfway. Maybe a third of the batter. And the cake did expand a little higher than I wanted, but that can be easily cut off, or just fill less the next time you use it. I used a review that said fill slightly above the second tier, and that seemed to be the right amount. It will require trial and error, depending on the type of cake you're cooking.
All in all, an excellent product, that works exactly as it should when used properly. Don't hesitate buying it.
Original: I got my pan today, end earlier than expected! I did notice that it was slightly lopsided but nothing to major.
The cakes came out great! Cooked fully through. However, I over filled it and my oven was VERY colorful. But no complaints EXCEPT!!!!! I forgot I lack decorating skills.... other than that, GREAT PAN!!!!!👍👍👍
If anyone wants to email me for information to help them make these perfect mini cakes please feel free to do so. I love sharing ideas.