This cute cake keeps parties hopping. A Stand-Up Cuddly Bear Pan cake converts to bunny with a few modifications. Fondant bunnies formed in our Multiplying Bunnies Candy Mold bring hare-raising dimension.
Lightly dust candy molds with cornstarch. Knead confectioners' sugar into small pieces of fondant to remove sticky texture; press into mold. Make 8 fondant bunnies. Unmold immediately and place on waxed paper to dry.
Ice round cake smooth. Insert dowel rods into cake where bunny cake will be positioned. Bake and cool Cuddly Bear cake using firm-textured batter. Trim off ears; position bunny cake on 12 in. round cake. Ice bottoms of feet smooth. Cover bunny with tip 233 pull-out fur. Outline and pipe-in facial features with tip 3. Using pattern, cut 2 ears from cake board; cover with foil. Attach lollipop sticks to back of ears with tape and ice inside of ears smooth with spatula. Immediately position ears on cake, bending one slightly forward. Cover ears with tip 233 pull-out fur. Trim 1 in. from sugar cone, ice smooth and position on head. Pipe tip 16 pull-out fringe at top and bottom of hat. Pipe tip 7 top and tip 12 bottom ball borders. Position fondant bunnies on cake sides. Using buttercream, pipe tip 1 facial features, tip 5 dot hats and tip 1 pull-out fringe. Print tip 5 name and overpipe with tip 3 dots. Position candle.
Invite these two bears to the first birthday celebration?they are sure to be sensational guests! Both the stand up cuddly bear cake and the mini stand-up bear cake are covered tip 233 pull out fur of buttercream icing.
How sweet is this honey bee cake! From his make-ahead wings to his licorice antennae, this is one bee you?ll want at your party. The Mini Stand-Up Bear pan is sized to serve one so you?ll want to add extra members of the hive!
Rated 1 out of
I have had sooo much trouble with this pan! I have tried it on 4 separate occasions (Birthday/baby shower, etc) and each time the core sticks and a part of the tummy falls apart. I find that the stability of this cake is not good. I also find the instructions to not be specific enough and I wish they had some kind of trouble shooting section to help!
Date published: 2011-05-12
Rated 4 out of
This cake went over very well at my great nephew's 1st birthday. A word or two of advice - remember that the cone hat goes in front of the ears, not behind. I made the mini bear cake instead of the big one and it became the baby's bash cake. I had never made a 3D cake before and I found that its a lot easier than you think. Enjoy!
Date published: 2011-05-13
Rated 5 out of
I've used this pan many times. Either leave the core out and make it solid cake, or leave the core in until the cake has been eaten, and I think you will have less trouble. an empty center doesn't give the cake enough support.
Date published: 2012-08-11
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