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#121 of 126 Old 07-28-2010, 06:07 AM
 
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I read the first page way back when you first posted and I am so happy to have come back for the pics because they are GORGEOUS. Your kid is one lucky little guy . What a spread!

My baby is 5 months old... I have a bit of time before he eats his first cake!

ps. the tracks look great. I wouldn't have a problem eating off clean tracks whatsoever

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That is too cute! My ds would LOVE that cake (he's train obsessed). I've thought about getting that pan many times, but can't justify the purchase (ds doesn't eat cakes, at all, but would eat banana muffins... but I'm not sure they would actually come out of the pan).
If you use cake release they should pop right out. I'd worry more about them cooking properly because that is a dense batter.

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thats awesome!!!! and thanks for the sale link, i was wanting to get one for ds's birthday coming up, but the cost was too much.


are the littletrains pretty much individual servings? ds will be 3 if that makes any difference
Yes, they are roughly the size of a large cupcake. When baking, they took about the same time as a pan of cupcakes.
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Can I just say, I totally want my mom to bake me that cake for my next *cough*34th*cough* birthday.

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Wow! That is the coolest cake I've ever seen!

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Oh my god. Just had to chime in that that's the cutest cake I've ever seen.

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Figuring that plates were not meant to be eaten, and most people dont have an issue with cake on a plate...

That is adorable! I like the suggestion of wrapping the train tracks in plastic wrap.

Perhaps place the tracks on a 2x4 and wrap the 2x4 with the track on it so that the top surface is smooth, then place the cake cars on top.

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