Fred CAKEWICH Bread-Shaped Cake Mold
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- Fun, unique sandwich-shaped cake mold
- Bake and slice to make double-decker sandwich cake
- Includes recipe for peanut butter and jelly cakewich
- Molded in super-strong, oven-safe pure silicone
- Dishwasher safe
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Fred & Friends Cakewich is a sandwich shaped cake mold. We include instructions on how to bake a cake and then create a peanut butter an jelly cakewich. The possibilities for variations are endless.
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I didn't need to worry. Fred and Friends always makes quality products and this one is no exception. The white pound cake recipe given to create the peanut butter and jelly cake is great. The peanut butter filling is terrific. I used damson plum jelly because I wanted some tartness to go with the sweetness of the cake and peanut butter.
The pan released the cake like a dream. No trying to peel the silicon off the cake while tearing up the cake. No trying to shake it loose or gently prying the cake from the pan.
I frosted this cake with the peanut butter frosting and took it to work. Ar first, people did think it was a giant peanut butter and jelly sandwich and were curious as to why I brought it in. Once they realized it was cake, it was gone in a flash. And you don't have to make it peanut butter and jelly - there are some tips on the box about making a different flavor cake with this pan.
I recommend this pan highly to anyone who wants to make a different kind of cake for a birthday or some other occasion. You will really enjoy using this pan and the people who are lucky enough to get this cake will love it.
The mold is larger than I expected and the finished cake was over 3 inches tall. Will easily serve 8 to10 (wedding size pieces or smaller). The pound cake is rich and flavorful and the peanut butter frosting recipe is delicious.
Types of sandwiches:
grilled cheese, brush top with brown food coloring to make it looked grilled, colored buttercream in your choice of flavors.
patty melt with brownie meat patties, fondant cheese slices and yellow buttercream as mustard.
the possibilities are endless.
Perfect birthday cake for a teenage boy and adult men.
The pan is made of high quality silicone and has rather thick walls so it quite sturdy as silicone goes. I'm quite glad to have added this pan to my collection.
The back of the box has recipes for the cake as well as the Peanut Butter and Jelly frosting. I used a Duncan Hines Moist Deluxe French Vanilla Cake Mix, 18.25-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 6) and because I'm not a fan of peanut butter flavored frosting, I used plain vanilla frosting and added food coloring until I got the right shade to make it look like peanut butter (to do this I first mixed blue, yellow, and red, stirred that up, then alternated between adding more red and yellow) For the strawberry jelly, I used Wilton Red Sparkle Gel
I rated this 5 stars. It was easy to use, the cake came out of the mold easily, and the cleanup was easy as well. And making the cake look like the photo, was very easy for a novice like myself as well.
I used the pound cake recipe on the box exactly as is the first time, and it baked up very nicely, but took much longer than 70 minutes!
The second one I made, instead of using 6 egg whites, I used 3 eggs plus one yolk. Both came amazing! The first one I just sliced in half and filled it with my go-to peanut butter buttercream. The second one (I uploaded a photo to the gallery), I was able to slice into 3, so it looked more like a "tripple decker", which is the way my husband usually eats his PB&J's. It was perfect!
The best part about it is that it comes out with a perfect "crust" appearance. Fondant would look good, but not as realistic. I look forward to trying this out to make other "sandwiches" in the future.
I have never had a cake mould this cool before. Buy now :)