|Boys and girls: This is not a giant peanut butter sandwich. It’s a cake!
Could the Cakewich be the best thing since sliced bread?
Use the silicone Cakewich sandwich cake mold to bake a cake in the shape of a double slice of bread. Slice the “bread” into layers and make your favorite Cakewich using appropriate-flavored cream fillings, jam or ice cream.
While we can’t wait to make the PB&J pound cake shown in the photo, we also want to bake chocolate Cakewiches (“pumpernickel”) filled with “egg salad” (whipped cream or buttercream with a dice of pound cake standing in for the yellow portion of the egg); ham salad (strawberry whipped cream/buttercream with a dice of red velvet cake) and cream cheese and smoked salmon (whipped cream/buttercream with a layer of apricot jam for the smoked salmon).
We can’t wait to bake this peanut butter
|Think of what type of sandwich you’d like to celebrate, and then what cake ingredients substitute for it. (The recipe for the PB&J pound cake is included).One caveat with silicone cake pans: They don’t brown as well as metal or glass pans. Thus, to get a brown crust on “white bread” or a banana “multigrain” bread, you’ve got to butter and flour the pan well.|
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