2016 Graduation Cakes

2016 Graduation Cakes

Graduations are the time to gather family and friends in honor of great achievement. A personalized cake, or cakes in this case, makes it even more special. The Countless Celebrations Cake Pan Set makes it easy to bake cakes with a BIG personal message. Here the special pan inserts create the year of graduation, but make it your own. Every letter and number, along with punctuation marks, are easy to bake by just following the included illustrated instructions.
  • Total Time9 Hours
  • Amount50 Servings


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  1. Bake cakes. Follow pan instructions to create “2” with pan inserts. Fill pan two-thirds full with batter. Bake and cool. Repeat for “0”, “1” and “6” cakes.
  2. Prepare cake board. Using cakes as patterns, cut cake boards 1 in. larger than cakes; wrap in foil.
  3. Ice cakes in white icing.
  4. Tint rolled fondant. Use Color Right base colors and QuickCount color formula to tint fondant in the following shade:
    • Winter Dark Blue – 72 oz. white fondant + 96 B + 48 R + 6 P
  5. Decorate sides of cake. Roll fondant 1/8 in. thick. Cut strips 2 in. wide. Attach strips to sides of the cake, trimming as needed to create seams at the corners. Roll remaining fondant 1/16 in. thick; cut strips 1/4 in. wide. Attach to edges where white icing and fondant side panels meet; trim at corners to fit.
  6. Decorate top of cake. Roll out remaining fondant 1/16 in. thick. Cut strips 1/4 in. wide. Attach to top of cake 1/4 in. from fondant strip on cake edge.


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