Item# WLPROJ-3910

Train Cake

Item No. WLPROJ-3910
Serves 12
Prep Time
2hr 30 min
Skill Level
Total Time
6 hr 45 min

This All Aboard for Birthday Fun Cake is chugging on down the line, waiting to wish someone a very happy birthday! Decorated with shades of blue and teal icing, this 3-D cake is baked using the Train Cake Pan, which makes decorating quick and easy. Use meringue cookies to make the smoke coming out of the train and get ready for birthday fun!



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  • Favorite pound cake recipe or mix
  • Gel Icing Colors
  • Buttercream Frosting Recipe
  • Bright White Candy Drizzles Pouch
  • Basic Meringue Recipe
  • Pastel Gel Food Color Set - 4 Count


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  • Train Cake Pan
  • Non-Stick Spray Coating, 8 fl. oz
  • Non-Stick Cooling Grid
  • Recipe Right Non-Stick Cookie Sheet, 15.25 x 10.25-Inch
  • 9inch Angled Spatula
  • Round Cake Decorating Tip 5
  • Decorating Bags
  • Round Cake Decorating Tip 12
  • 8-Inch White Treat Sticks
  • Large Round Tip 2A
  • Double Roll Parchment Paper
  • Standard Round Tip 8
  • Bakers Twine
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Decorator Preferred 9 inch Tapered Spatula
  • Serrated knife



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  • Notes:

    • Cake Mold Details: Use a pastry brush to help spread the non-stick spray into the corners of the pan. This will sharpen the detailed outlines of the cake.
    • Cooling Cake: Allow the cake to cool in the pan on a cooling rack about 10-15 minutes before removing to prevent cracking or breaking. Let the cake cook for about 2 hours before decorating.
    • Buttercream Consistencies: Stiff: Best for dimensional decorations that need to retain their shape when piped. This consistency is generally used for piping upright petals for flowers. Medium: Medium consistency is used for borders such as stars, dots, and shells, as well as other decorations that will remain relatively flat. Thin: If you are making a buttercream intended for writing, use light corn syrup as your liquid. Writing will flow easily and won’t break.

    How To

    How to Color Frosting
    How to Color Icing

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    7 Birthday Cake Flavors

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