4 New Shaped Cake Pans for Easy to Bake 1 MIX Cake Pans

April 29th, 2015 by Tiffany Jersey

Shaped cake pans are great for themed parties because they come in so many unique shapes. They’re also great because they do a little bit of the work for you – baking in easy-to-decorate design features, which makes them perfect for beginners. Wilton makes it even easier with 1 Mix pans – which require only 1 standard box of cake mix or batch of batter. You’ll never have to worry about measuring your batter or converting recipes, using these 4 NEW 1 Mix Pans.

Each of these 1 Mix Shaped Cake Pans are non-stick so your cake comes out clean, with perfectly baked in details that you can follow along with your decorating bag and tip. Easy-release non-stick coating means your cake won’t cling to the pan, making clean up quick and convenient. The thick construction provides assurance that your bakeware will distribute heat evenly and prevent warping during baking.

                        1 MIX Jersey Shaped Cake Pan                                    1 MIX Bottle Shaped Cake Pan                                                                       

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                                  1 MIX Monkey Shaped Cake Pan                     1 MIX Musical Note Shaped Cake Pan

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These pans are very versatile.  Ty new decorating techniques to create a variety of unique cake designs using the same pans. For instance you can use the bottle cake pan to decorate cakes that look like your favorite soda, beer, liquor, wine or other libations. The Monkey cake pan also can be used to make an adorable cow. And, the jersey shaped pan has limitless possibilities — from sports themed party cakes to baby onsies and formal wear.

How will you decorate your shaped cakes?

Tiffany Jersey Tiffany is the Senior Copywriter at Wilton. With a B.A. in Journalism, it’s no wonder she loves getting creative with everything she does from coming up with new ideas on how to host a great theme party and make matching treats to delivering the inside scoop on how to pull it all off without a hitch. A member of the Baking & Decorating Trends Committee, she’s always got her eye on the next big thing—so you can be the first to hear about trending treats and other party feats.

3 Replies

  1. Wendy says:

    Hi, I love the shaped pans, but why are they all made in the dark metal. It bakes the outside of the cake too fast even at 325 in the middle of the oven. I’ve noticed all the pans are in the dark stuff now. Bring back the light . It works so much better and you don’t have a hard cake when the middle is baked.

    • Wendy,

      I read your concern with the dark pans…. I had the same problem but what I did was I took a large baking dish that had just enough depth to it.. I put about 1 – 1 1/2 Inch of water in the Baking pan. I then put the Character pan in the water and Baked it at the normal temp… It does help the situation with the corners getting hard… also you may want to turn the whole thing around so the heat is distributed evenly about 1/4 of the way through the Baking time, & again for the remainder of the time Baking the cake. Also you must know that some of the Character Pans are slightly uneven and will need lifting . I just tried the Baking pan with the water and presto, Problem solved… I hope this works for you.. Happy Baking….Sue

      • Dionne says:

        That’s still to much to do. A person shouldn’t have to purchase a pan to bake in. And then turn around to find a pan that’s deep enough to pour water, just so that the cake won’t get dark while cooking. What sense does that make?

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