Norpro Checkerboard Cake Pan Set
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- Includes three 9 inch/23cm pans and one divider
- Made of tin
- Recipes and instructions included
- Makes a fancy checkerboard layer cake
- Hand washing recommended
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Checkerboard layer cakes sure look fancy but they're surprisingly easy to make with this unique cake pan set by Norpro. The kit includes three 9 inch pans and one 3 ring batter divider, which is used to separate the vanilla and chocolate batter while pouring. Once you've baked the cakes achieving the checkerboard effect is simple: just stack the baked layers so the colors alternate, then frost. Hand washing recommended.
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Aside from that, it's pretty hard to get the cake into the pan and hold down the form in the middle at the same time. I think the suggestion another reviewer made about using piping bags is a really good one.
Anyway, this was a big experiment for me. I'm not sure I'd buy this kit again. I think I'd buy better cake pans and, if I wanted checkerboard cakes, just follow the method of cutting the concentric circles and assembling them.
I'll try this again with a home-made batter, see if my results differ, and update accordingly.
One thing to consider: The cake recipe included with the pans was adequate. However, on my second attempt I used the Martha Stewart sponge cake recipe and the results were stellar. It's just a better tasting cake. You can find the recipe here: http://www.marthastewart.com/978785/sponge-cake
END PRODUCT WAS GREAT!