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Flipping Cakes

pcjulie

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Aug 16, 2005
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Am I the only person who has a hard time flipping cakes out of the Family Skillet onto the Large Square Platter with the hot pad/trivet? I can't get a good grip on the skillet and platter, I usuallly end up burning myself, and the cake is off-center 99% of the time. I was going to buy the hot pad or mitt, but now they're being discontinued. Any suggestions?

Julie Myers
Denver, PA
 

Laura1293

Novice Member
Jul 8, 2005
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me too

I made the Angel Almond Skillet. I did a practice one at home and I just had to invert it on a plate even though the recipe said not too. It turned out fine. I had a party at my mother-in-laws house yesterday, both of had to do it. I held the pan with two hands and she slid it out. It came out perfect. :D Laura
 

cat

Veteran Member
Gold Member
Jan 1, 2006
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It's easier for me to invert it onto the New Traditions Round Platter (unfortunately, it's now a discontinued item!!) :(
 

DebbieJ

Legend Member
Oct 6, 2005
10,901
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I don't have the square platter, so I flip my skillet cakes onto my large round stone. Works just fine!

I will still use my oven mitts even though they are being retired. They are the things that first hooked me on PC!
 
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