Hillside 3 Tier Cake Pan
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Hillside Metal Ware Co. provides superior quality cook and bakeware. We are the only U.S. manufacturer of pans and the consumer's choice for superior bakeware. All of our products are manufactured in our factory in Union, NJ. U.S.A. Hillside 3 Tier Cake Pan includes 4 Inch x 1.25 Inch Cake Pan, 7 Inch x 1.25 Inch Cake Pan and a 10 Inch x 1.25 Inch Cake Pan
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A note about the size because it's hard to tell from the description - this is not a large wedding cake sized cake but it is not tiny cupcake either. It is a regular family sized cake, at least as big as you'd buy in a regular bakery or grocery store. It uses two boxes of cake mix (or two regular recipes worth). Judge based on that. For my family of 4 I would normally only use one box so to me this is a very large cake. The base fits perfectly on a regular large sized dinner plate. It is a perfect for a birthday cake. It is not so tall that there are issues with stability.
Some tips for other cake newbies: Line the flat portions with parchment paper, then grease and flour the entire pan to prevent sticking. Two boxes of mix will make slightly more than a full pan so cut off the bottom of the cake with a bread knife to have a flat surface. Use a flat cake plate or other flat surface if possible, I used a regular dinner plate and the edges of my cake sloped up because of the edge of the plate. I corrected that by putting extra frosting into the dip. Do a crumb coat of frosting first - this is like a coat of primer before painting. It traps all the crumbs so they don't get in your final layer of frosting. Fill in any gaps or imperfections with frosting and use a wet finger to smooth out any lumps. Finally, decorations can be done by putting extra frosting in a large ziploc bag with the tip cut off. I didn't have any metal pastry tips so I didn't use one.