The Wonder Mold Pan – Doll Cakes and Much More!

July 13th, 2011 by Carlie Paul

The Wonder Mold Pan is a 3-dimensional baking pan that makes it easy to create fun and creative cakes for many occasions! You’ll find many uses for this pan – including graduations, Halloween, and Christmas celebrations.

Wonder Mold CakesBegin by preheating your oven to 325°F. The Wonder Mold Pan will sit on the raised flat side of the base plate which will keep the batter-filled pan even and secure in the oven.

Next, line up the hole in the wonder mold pan over the hole in the base plate and use the bolt to secure the screw from the underside of the plate. Then place heating rod over the screw inside the pan.

Your cake will unmold easily, without sticking, when you grease and flour inside of pan and heating rod by using Bake Easy™ Non-Stick Spray.

You are ready to fill the pan with one 2-layer cake mix or 4-6 cups of cake batter. The Cream Cheese Pound Cake is a great choice for the Wonder Mold Pan cakes because it is a firm batter that will stand up well.

Pour into a well-greased and floured Wonder Mold Pan. Bake in the oven for 1 hour 15 minutes at 325°F. Allow the cake to cool for 15 minutes before removing heating rod or cake from the pan.

Now you are ready to decorate! Here is a video showing step-by-step directions for the Making Her Entrance Cake.


Making Her Entrance Cake
More decorating instructions can be found on our website including circus, fairyland, dinosaur, rollercoaster, mermaid, fiesta girl, bride, celebration sweetheart, classic doll cakes.

The Wonder Mold Pan has been sold by Wilton for many years. Have you ever had a special cake created just for you from this pan?

Carlie Paul Carlie is a Dietetic Intern at Loyola University Chicago. She holds a BFA in Dance from the University of Iowa and earned her BS in Nutrition and Dietetics from Northern Illinois University after returning to school to pursue a growing interest in nutrition. Carlie feels that food brings people together and loves cooking and hosting parties for friends and family.

8 Replies

  1. Sarah Paff says:

    i just used mine to make my daughter a sleeping beauty cake for her 4th birthday:-)

  2. jonna maclean says:

    I bought my pan about 6 months ago and have used it many times for different cakes….love this pan

  3. Sylvia says:

    Your ideas are really great. I enjoy looking at all the different ways
    to use one mold. Thank you

  4. Jacci Milsom says:

    I used mine to bake a princess cake for Maria, my nieces 5th birthday, she loves anything to do with princesses and she was delighted with the end result. I was at a loss as to what else I could bake with the mould, however, your ideas have inspired me. Thanks.

  5. Sadaf says:

    Have a look at the Doll Cake I made with Wilton Wonder Mold on my blog http://sadaf-culinaryadventures.blogspot.com/2011/07/doll-cake.html. Just loved this pan.

  6. Meg says:

    Thanks for the ideas. My daughter would love this for her birthday!

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