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  1. Hi..such a wonderful idea..it is..
    I tried it but with a different cake mix..
    And my colours disappeared on baking i used yellow n pink n a white cake mix n the base became brown and no colours seen..
    If you could help me with the problem..
    Thank you.

    1. Author

      Hi Zahabiya,
      Did you make sure to freeze the design first before pouring the cake batter on it? Also, the decoration paste has to be on the stiff side. Not sure what the consistency of your cake mix is, but it might have been too runny. At least try using the decoration paste recipe to be on the safe side.

  2. Hi. What size of pan did you use? Thanks

    1. Oh sorry. I judt sae the size lolz

  3. and how do you get the edges of the letters so neat?!
    I am pleased with my first attempt

    1. Author

      Hi Kathryn,
      I pipe out the letters using a piping bag fitted with a flat icing tip.

  4. Thank you so much for this lovely design idea.
    I’m a home baker/cake decorating enthusiast and always do the leaving/celebration cakes for work and family.

    Could I just check, we don’t have cake flour in UK…does the cake require any raising agents added or does the egg white fulfil that purpose? I am planning to use plain flour with part cornflour to simulate cake flour.
    cheers
    K

    1. Author

      Hi Kathryn,
      Yes, that’s correct. The meringue is what will give the cake its lift. You can substitute one cup cake flour with one cup all-purpose flour minus 2 tablespoons, replacing the 2 tablespoons with cornstarch. Then sift at least 3 times.

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