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Cake baking - September 6th 2016, 04:32 PM

So I'm making a birthday cake later and I was wondering if you pour cake mix over another will it come out layered or will it come out a gross mess
   
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Re: Cake baking - September 6th 2016, 06:26 PM

I would think you bake them separately and then layer them once they've cooled down. But someone else may have more experience baking layered cake than me.
   
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Re: Cake baking - September 6th 2016, 07:38 PM

It probably would work, but you'd also probably get bits of the top cake mix seeping into the bottom bit. So baking them separately then icing them together might be a better E idea For thinner layers you could always cut one cake in half


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Re: Cake baking - September 7th 2016, 04:25 PM

I think it could probably work bt the layers may not be that well defined that way. If you bake two cakes and then layer them you can also put something in betweenthem like jam or butter cream, which is always lovely!
   
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Re: Cake baking - September 7th 2016, 06:07 PM

Whenever we layer cakes, we put them into two separate cake pans so we can bake them at the same time, and then put them on top of one another. If you don't have two cake pans of course you can just bake one at a time. Then you can put something between them as what was said above. For my dad's special birthday cake we put pudding and bananas in between the two layers.


   
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Re: Cake baking - September 7th 2016, 07:00 PM

It won't come out layered. You bake them separately and then layer them.

If you are using food coloring and mean layered in that sense then mixing them will work. At least, I've seen it done in videos.


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