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    Default Wilton cake pans

    Anyone used these and were they successful?

    My DS turns 2 in a couple of months. He's quite into Cars the movie atm and Wilton have a Lightning McQueen pan that I would like to try. But I'm curious, do they work out as well as the picture or do they get stuck to the pan etc.?

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    I hired an elmo cake tin for DS1s 1st birthday and it worked out really well! They normally come with instructions and I used a piping bag and piped on the icing so it was nice and neat.

    If your worried maybe do a tester cake?

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    Default Wilton cake pans

    You can grease the pan with something called Bundt grease which should help it slip out well. You can google for the recipe.

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    I use Wilton Cake Release with all of my baking too.
    It's a butter/oil in a bottle and you just grease the pan with it.
    The cakes literally fall out when you turn them onto a cooling rack.

    I love Wilton products

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    I agree wilton products are fabulous!

    But if you dont have that on hand I just lightly butter the pan and sprinkle flour all over it so all the butter is covered and then turn the pan upside down and tap it so all the excess flour comes out. Works a treat


 

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