One of the 5 fantastic new cake tins I got for Christmas was a Wilton 3D teddy bear cake tin from my Mum and Dad. This was the first of its kind as I have never had or tried a 3D baking tin before this.
I had my gorgeous Niece and Nephew’s birthday celebrations coming up only a couple of weekends after Christmas, perfect for testing the new cake tin out. I wanted to pipe the cake as I am not even sure if it is possible to cover it in rolled icing, maybe I will try this at some point! This meant I needed to further embrace the world of piping and I bought piping bags and a set of nozzles to encourage the passion.
The cake tin has to be put together using clips, turned up side down, placed on a baking tin then filled with cake mixture. You then place the central core in the middle of the mixture and fill it with mixture and bake. So far so good!
The teddy bear cake came out of the tin with ease and looked fab, you could see all the detail. I then pipped chocolate frosting all over the teddy bear using a large grass nozzle.
The birthday girl and boy loved the cake and it was a fun challenge working out how to cut it.
Here’s to many more Teddy Bear cakes and lots of 3D cake tins!!