Fred and Friends Peace of Cake
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- Peace sign Cake mold
- 50th Anniversary of Peace sign
- Design by Paul Hendrikx
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Everybody knows if we made more cake and less war the world would be a happier place. But it takes more than cake, so Fred is contributing a portion of the proceeds from this product to nonprofit organizations dedicated to peaceful resolution of conflict, justice for all, and respect for human rights. We can make a difference, one slice at a time. Peace of Cake is pure food-grade silicone, handsomely packaged in a recycled window box complete with Fred's heirloom recipe for Tye-Dye Flannel Cake. Design by Paul Hendrikx.
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Here is what I did twice with impressive results.
mix up a box of funfetti cake mix
partition it off into 4 bowls
spray the mold with cooking spray and then throw flour on the spray
In the 4 bowls add about 15-20 drops of gel cooking dye. Wilsons was the brand I used
Plop the Mix in the mold anywhere. Swirl with the back of a knife. Then drop the batter and the mold on a table from about 2 inches above the table until it fills in everything and the majority of the bubbles work their way out.
Cook it at 350 for about 30 min
Cool for 20 min and wiggle the mold until it pops out. Take your time!
frost it, for the inside of the depressions I used the back of a 1/8 teaspoon
refrigerate for 15 min
add some sprinkles and then some chopped up Strawberries and blue berries in the depressions
You end up with a tie dye cake on the inside, some fruit on top and it looks amazing.
If you just bake as normal, you fill up the grooves with fruit and whipped cream and it just looks like a regular cake. The peace sign kind of disappears. One can cut a similar peace sign out of poster board or other stiff material or sugar paste of some sort and have the same effect without having to store another pan. You have to coat it well as it sticks to the supposed silicone and breaks.
To me, it just wasn't worth it. I had problems with the shipping with 2 left at my door. I don't have the time, energy or money to arrange for shipping it back. Gave one away and will most likely give the other one away also as just plain impractical.
This is cute and I am glad I purchased it, but for those perfectionists out there, this may not be the one to go with.