Item# 2105-565

Wonder Mold Doll Cake Kit

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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.

  • 8 in. diameter and 5 in. deep
  • Takes 5-6 cups of firm-textured batter
  • Heat-conducting rod assures even baking
  • Kit contains pan, rod stand, 7 in. doll pick and instructions
  • Aluminum
How to Make a Princess Doll Cake
Watch: How to Make a Princess Doll Cake
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Wonder Mold Doll Cake Kit is rated 4.655172413793103 out of 5 by 58.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from One of my first and favorite pans. After using it for the traditional princess cake that I purchased it for, I've since used it more often for the "Over The Hill" cake found in an annual cake book. I use the baking core for ALL of my larger cakes as I prefer it over the baking core they sell. It works well and takes up less space. My only reason for 4 out of 5 stars is that the doll pick that came with it did not last very long. The hair fell out. Not a good thing when your making a cake late at night for the next morning and the supply store is closed. That said, buy one and you'll quickly make a little girl happy with a great looking cake.
Date published: 2011-01-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from ONLY USE CAKE MIX WITH THIS PAN I bought this to make princess cake for my granddaughter's birthday. I tried a local {NZ} pound cake recipe as that is recommended, unfortunately it wasn't anywhere near enough. I then tried the Wilton Pound cake recipe which was right amount BUT skewer came out clean I left for 10\15 mins then turned onto wire rack and the inside of cake fell out all over the side. Outside was perfect and very middle next to rod was cooked but the rest was still raw cake mixture. I then trid a madeira cake this also didn't work it was half raw inside and burnt on outside. As a last attempt I bought 2 boxes of cake mix which worked perfectly.
Date published: 2016-09-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I just did a Rapunzel barbie cake using this awesome pan! For using the barbie doll instead of picks: use a paring knife to cut the middle out a little, ice the outside and the inside as much as possible, wrap the doll's dress in plastic wrap a few times and bend the knees before inserting. If covering with fondant let the buttercream layer cool, cover with fondant, push through the center and smooth the fondant into the center of the cake. Then insert the barbie. I also used fondant overlays to create a seamless look from the doll to the cake. Then decorate with fondant and icing. Good luck and have fun!
Date published: 2011-01-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The good old Wonder mold. It's been around forever and never loses it's appeal. I have learned a way to give the little girls their own special doll to remember their birthday. Add a 6" round or scalloped cake to the bottom and a Barbie will fit in it perfectly. Wrap her in clear plastic wrap to keep her from getting cake in her joints and you can decorate as usual. You will have to make the center hole a little larger and occassionally build up around her waist with extra cake or icing. I did the one with wings that glowed when the button was pushed on her back and all the little girls were in awe.
Date published: 2011-01-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from i gave it a 4 only because the stem was hard to clear out. i did the princess for my daughter. was a big hit my skills are maybe a half step above beginning decorator. so to get a princess cake to look like a princess was fun. going to use this to make a chocolate volcano cake for a dino theme scene. i'd definitly recomend this pan to anyone was easy to bake with easy to clean and stores away fairly well.
Date published: 2011-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I am in love with this pan! I first used it for my now 17 year olds 8th birthday. The pan was a dream to use, it was so easy and cleaning it was so easy. I used pink and purple coloring to make the dolls dress. The pan made a very nice sized dress, which allowed for plenty of room for decorations on the dress. The doll head that came with the kit was of great quality and easy to clean for another use! My daughter loved her cake and I loved that the pan made me look like a pro baker!
Date published: 2013-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This pan is super easy to use and the results are phenominal. I made a princess cake for a birthday recently and received rave reviews! I like that the kit comes with a doll pick, but, if you'd like, you can purchase other doll picks. I did. I found one that looked like the birthday girl. The cake came out perfect and decorating it was so fun! The instructions that come with the kit are easy to follow and you are given several decorating ideas. Well done Wilton!
Date published: 2011-07-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I have most recently used this pan to make princess cakes for two of my co workers. They said that they never had one as a little girl and that they always wanted one, so on their birthdays I surprised them with one. They were very pleased and enjoyed their cake. I decorated them up with bows and magic wands. I made a white moulding chocolate for the bottom of the dress as a different texture and taste. The whole office enjoyed cake.
Date published: 2011-01-16
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