Pandan Kaya Cake
December 2, 2019

The Way to Create Your Own Pandan Kaya Cake

By Anne Golon

You have seen the cake Conflicts, decorating skirmishes, and icing wars shows. It seems simple and easy to create your own cake for baby shower, a birthday party, or wedding, but can anybody do it? Of course you can. Are a little patience, the tools, and a willingness and you can earn a cake? Here’s the way to create your own cake. The key to a Cake is three cake pans of varying dimensions. Whether you like square or round pans, aim for 12 inch, 8 inch, and 6 inch pans as the resulting cakes will be perfect to stack. Ensure you have the proper tools all before you begin assembling and baking. Simply visit with an arts and crafts shop or a bake shop.

  • Pans – 12, 8, and 6 inch pans
  • Cooking spray
  • Waxed paper
  • Two cake combinations
  • Several cans of frosting
  • Decorations of your choice
  • Large spatula for icing
  • Colored frosting tubes
  • Wooden dowels, if needed, or toothpicks
  • Cake plate or large part of cardboard covered with aluminum foil

Preheat oven. Mix cake mixes According to instructions on the box. Trace cut to fit the pan and the bottom on a sheet of paper. Spray with quantity of cooking spray. Fill out your three cake pans and bake according to the directions. Allow cakes to cool Before attempting to ice. The icing will melt and not set right if the cakes are hot. Make cake plate from cardboard and aluminum foil, large enough to accommodate the cake pan.

Take the pandan kaya cake and flip it upside down on the cake plate. Peel off the paper and discard. Frost the cake over and smooth out with the spatula. Flip over the moderate cake and set in the middle of the cake that is bigger. Peel off the paper, discard, and frost this cake. Repeat the procedure with the cake that is smaller. Use frosting to fill any holes to smooth the cake out. Cake ought to be enough, but you can add toothpicks or dowels on each layer.