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Pampered Chef: Couple More Questions on the Black Forest Trifle

  1. jj16

    jj16 Member Gold Member

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    Does it make a difference if I use the Large Bar Pan instead of the square baker? I don't have the square baker. Also, does the brand of whipped topping make a difference? Thanks for putting up with me and all my questions.

    jj16:confused:
     
    Oct 14, 2009
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  2. raebates

    raebates Legend Member Staff Member

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    The brand of whipped topping won't make a difference.

    The pan question is another issue. The volume would be different with each. Do you have the new square metal pan? That would work.
     
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  3. jj16

    jj16 Member Gold Member

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    No. All I have is the large bar pan and the DCB no metal pans. Maybe I should do the Molten Lava Cake instead. I was trying to do the trifle bowl because that's what the host is excited about. She's doing chili and I'm doing the dessert. My only concern with that recipe is that it doesn't show as many products.
     
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  4. ChefPaulaB

    ChefPaulaB Veteran Member

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    I don't know the recipe exactly, but I'm assuming that your looking for a pan for brownies? If so, then why don't you just buy the family size mix and make the recipe for the cake like brownies in the Large Bar Pan and if you have extra brownies, then BONUS!! :love:
     
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  5. Chefgirl2

    Chefgirl2 Advanced Member Gold Member

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    I was wondering if you could make the cake in the DCB? Has anyone tried a plain devil's food cake in the DCB?
     
    Oct 14, 2009
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  6. kam

    kam Legacy Member Staff Member

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    I usually make the brownies at home and bring them with me to the show - so if you were planning on doing that - you could make brownies however you usually do them...?
     
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