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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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banned#1
you make the icing yourself, so thick or thin, however you want it, or butter icing, although think that be messy, do you mean you want to be able to remove a piece at a time? if so you wouldnt be able to really use icing
#2
First thing that sprang to mind was battenburg cake?
#3
buy fondant icing in blocks. then tape some baking parchment to the kitchen surface and roll it out on that. that way you can detach the baking parchment to lift up (avoiding it sticking and thus tearing) the thinly rolled icing and use it as needed.
#4
looks like sugar cubes to me....
#5
Yes and I think battenburg cake id dense enough to hold its weight so it can be hollow and the patten will help the look and give even spacing.:thumbsup:
banned#6
Wotwot123
Basically, I want blocks of cake, it doesnt matter about removing, they just need to be seperate, so whoever has the first peice just takes it from the top and so on.



Man that's genius, could buy a dozen Battenburg cakes, and somehow create a Pyramid with em!


it does if you have cover them in icing as you wont be able to remove one at a time without cutting the icing, unless you ice each one individually and let set before stacking
#7
Wotwot123
O Rly?


dont tell me thats what they are....lol
#8
sassie
it does if you have cover them in icing as you wont be able to remove one at a time without cutting the icing, unless you ice each one individually and let set before stacking


i agree, they would have to be like lil square cupcakes individually iced, then you can stack them on top of each other.
#9
This may help if you decide to ice them yourself: Roll out icing

You can purchase it from most supermarkets and specialist cake stores will sell it too. Prepacked, you literally just roll it out as thinly as you want.

Alternatively save money by making your own
#10
Small pieces of cake, therefore think its sugar cubes.

Says it the URL the word sugar?
#11
GAVINLEWISHUKD
First thing that sprang to mind was battenburg cake?


You can buy mini ones, I think Kipling or someone make them - would work out pricey though
#12
How cute is this!!!

http://sweetsams.co.uk/images/sangeeta%20cake%20from%20venue%203.JPG

Ok £8.50 per mini cake is rather steep... but the ideas good!
#13
casparwhite;5395095
looks like sugar cubes to me....


That's what i thought :p
#14
You could use the design of a 'Croquembouche' (a French Wedding cake) using profiteroles, except it needs to be made on day of use as it doesn't keep. Or you could cube pieces of anything like Victoria sponge and dip them in chocolate, leave to set and then build a pyramid as you did with your sugar cubes.
http://www.patisseriephilippe.com/assets/images/croquembouche.gif
#15
vengod
Small pieces of cake, therefore think its sugar cubes.

Says it the URL the word sugar?


:?
#16
Basically I think the OP popped up a pic of actual sugar cubes just to illustrate the type of pryramid he was after, rather than to intentionally fool anyone into thinking they were cakes...

Could be wrong there - lol
#17
Wotwot123
What else would it be there for! :D

Yes, it is to show what I want.


admit it you thought the sugacubes were a cake:p
#18
Wotwot123;5400403
What else would it be there for! :D

Yes, it is to show what I want.


Oops! Thought it was a test or something :w00t:

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