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Wilton Wonder Mold Kit

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  • Creates an elegant 3-D shape for decorating fabulous dress designs
  • Pan measures 8-inch diameter and 5-inch deep
  • Takes 5-6 cups of firm-textured batter
  • Heat-conducting rod assures even baking
  • Kit contains pan, rod stand, 7-inch doll pick and instructions
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Creates an elegant 3-D shape for decorating fabulous dress designs. Use with our Teen Doll Pick to make the doll of your dreams. Pan is 8 inch diameter and 5 inch deep; takes 5-6 cups of firm-textured batter. Heat-conducting rod assures even baking. Kit contains pan, rod stand, 7 inch doll pick and instructions.

Product Information

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Product Dimensions 6 x 9 x 9 inches
Item Weight 14.1 ounces
Shipping Weight 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Wilton Industries
ASIN B0000VMHIW
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Item model number 2105-565
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4.5 out of 5 stars 159 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #8,545 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#36 in Kitchen & Dining > Bakeware > Candy Making Supplies > Candy Making Molds
Date first available at Amazon.com May 5, 2003

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Many years ago I started making doll cakes with this cake pan and love it so much that I wrote a book based on wardrobe-inspired cakes and cookies for women. A couple pointers for working with this pan:

1) Use two cake mixes for this cake pan to make a full dress skirt.
2) Grease the pan and the center metal piece liberally with shortening and flour.
3) Once the batter has been added to the pan, smooth it out.
4) Remove all but one of your oven racks. Bake this cake on the second to the lowest rack.
5) Bake cake at 325 degrees so that the cake bakes evenly and the top doesn't end up with that center dome. It will take longer to bake because of its size. Do not keep opening the door because it will fall or bake unevenly in the center.
6) Ten minutes after you remove it from the oven, remove the center metal rod and use both hands (a clean kitchen towel on one hand and an oven mitt on the other) to turn the baked cake over slightly and release it from the pan slightly and then quickly put it back in the pan until completely cooled. What you're doing here is adding a little air to the bottom to "release the seal."

Decorating ideas:
1) Fashion doll cake (11" tall): You'll need to add a base cake that is 9" or larger. I prefer using a 10" cake so that it looks like she's sitting on a pedestal. Use dowels in the base cake to support the weight of the doll cake. Wilton has white dowels that I suggest using. The wooden ones can move and you don't want your doll cake falling over. Use an 8" round for the bottom of your doll cake and cut a hole in the center so that the doll's feet go down into it. Make sure that you've wrap the lower half of your doll in plastic wrap so she's not touching the cake.
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I had the old, old version of this pan but somehow lost it along the way. This pan makes the perfect cake for the skirt of the doll pick. I used a Duncan Hines cake mix and it was the PERFECT amount of batter. I bought a second mix in case I needed it. The baking time was correct as instructed for the pan. And the texture was perfect....a perfectly decorated cake isn't as impressive if it doesn't taste good. The only objection I have to this set is the pictures shown....which use fondant...and lots of it. You're supposed to roll fondant in "tubes" and stick on the sides of the cake in order to obtain the "waving" effect of the lovely skirt. I just did what I did in the old days....used a star tip and decorated the doll to look exactly like Sleeping Beauty. She turned out so pretty. Also...be sure to set the doll pick high enough on top of the skirt. Otherwise....there is no waist...which made her look like me! Chubby through the middle! And also, if you wish to style the hair, be prepared for this to take the most time! I was lucky...Sleeping Beauty's hair is left down. Have fun and enjoy!
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This works great. The cake always cooks nicely and the pieces are easy to assemble and understand. The pan is aluminum so be gentle as it does bend/dent easily. Use cake release for best results, it helps the cake come out easily. You can get Wilton cake release from at Walmart. The Barbie pick is useless though. Very ugly and cheesy. We used a regular Barbie and overfilled the pan plus I had to add a 8 or 9 inch round to get the height I wanted. Still it beats using your Kitchen-aid pan! I did that once and it was hard to ensure the cake was cooked fully inside and get it out without trouble. Happy baking!
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I used this cake mold in conjunction with a Cinderella cake topper found on Amazon. The Cinderella topper is smaller than a Barbie doll torso and head. The cake skirt was so full/large that it dwarfed her. Not sure how it would work with a regular sized doll. I made this for my daughter's 4th birthday and when I brought it out she exclaimed, "Look! It's Cinderella in a volcano!". Um ... yeah ... not what I was going for. The skirt portion was just THAT big. :) Otherwise, the function of the pan itself was fine. I used a recipe from the All Recipes site for "Too much chocolate cake" (excellent by the way) which is a bunt cake recipe. The instructions for this pan AND the first reviewer of this item on Amazon said you could/should use two cake mixes. However, the recipe called for adding things to the cake mix like sour cream, more oil and eggs, pudding and chocolate chips. IT RAN OVER IN GOBS IN THE OVEN. I had enough to fill the cake pan and make a dozen cupcakes too -- in addition to the two cups of batter on the floor of my oven. The cake took a lot longer to make as well in this pan but it came out solidly and no cracks. It released beautifully with crisco and flour in the pan before baking. So to sum up: Bigger doll, less batter if you add anything at all to the box mix. Overall recommend it.
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I have used it to make a volcano cake too.
Things you should know:
1) You need 2 box cake mixes, NOT 1. (ie Duncan Hines or Betty Crocker..any of those brands). Luckily I had a spare at home.
It takes a LONG time for the cake to bake. I think mine took almost 50min, I used both convection bake and bake..best to set it to 25min and then keep checking every 10min until a stick (wooden skewer)comes out dry after poking in the cake.

2)My cake cracked at the bottom after I put it on the cooling rack, so I decided to cut the bottom off to make it flat. BAD IDEA. Wait until the entire thing has cooled down before cutting the bottom to make it flat...otherwise cake will crumble or the insides will fall out a bit.

3)Look online for decorating ideas and also how to use icing tips. I just used ready made icing bought in the grocery store. Its sold next to the ready made cake mix boxes. How your cake turns out has a lot to do with how you decorate it.

The cake looked Amazing. It was THE BEST cake among ALL the cakes that were present at Chucky Cheese where our party was. I got A LOT great comments on it. Just be patient because it does take time to decorate it...and if you are not artistic...just copy decorating one from the internet.
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