Piñata Ball Shaped Cake Tin With Secret Filling Piñata Ball Shaped Cake Tin With Secret Filling

Piñata Ball Shaped Cake Tin With Secret Filling

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Piñata Ball Shaped Cake Tin With Secret Filling

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£6.49
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Product Features

  • Aluminium tin with insert
  • Fill with sweets or chocolate beans
  • Includes recipe
  • Oven safe up to 220°C
  • Lakeland 3 year guarantee included
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Piñata Ball Shaped Cake Tin With Secret Filling

Product number: 19478

Cut a slice and create a cascade... Pure ingenuity from the bakers at Nordic Ware allows you to make dramatic cakes with secret fillings to surprise and amaze party guests, thanks to this tin's special insert. Brilliant for children’s parties with any theme, Christmas puddings, globes, footballs, pumpkins or eyeballs for Halloween... the list is endless. recipe incl. Aluminium.

Information

  • Oven safe
  • Freezer safe

Product dimensions

25cm Dia. x 10cm H.

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Customer rating: 2.5
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"Awful piñata cake tin"

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Horrendous. Cake mix made following the instruction on the tin, but the sponge mix is way too weak to hold its shape, very difficult to ice the whole cake unless you have professional equipment. If I could return this I would. Complete waste of money. If I could give it zero stars I would.

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We're sorry to hear you've been disappointed with this product and can understand your frustration over the results.We can see another customer has achieved great success and has shared her method. I have so far made 3 piñata cakes using this pan. I used the cake release from Lakeland and also put a circle of grease proof paper in the bottom of the pan to help the cake come out of the pan. I have also done my own recipe for the cake - 250g of butter, sugar and self raising flour, 5 eggs for the top cake and the same for the bottom cake, just instead of 250g of self raising flour, 125g of plain flour and 125g of self raising flour. This just makes the bottom cake a bit more solid! Hope this helps people with the cake tin! We hope that you'd be willing to try again and will be on touch soon to help.

"A Brilliant Buy"

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I was a little hesitant of this tin after reading a review saying that the cake had stuck. However, after using the tin on several occasions, I have had absolutely no problems with cake sticking. In fact, they come out really easily. I grease it with butter (not margarine) and duct with flour - just as I would with any other cake tin. I love that I can use the tin to make cakes for so many different occasions, from birthdays to Christmas and other celebrations. And it never fails to get an "oooh" from the gathering crowd when the cake gets cut into!

"An utterly useless gimmick!"

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A useless, gimmicky product. Despite baking paper on base and thorough greasing of pan, cake was impossible to remove without damaging. Worse still, the bit under the insert does not cook so you end up with brown, crispy sides and an uncooked base. My cake is in the bin and I will be starting from scratch, using a simple sandwich tin and cutting circles out of the middle - much simpler. Must do better, Lakeland.

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Thank you for placing your review. We're sorry to hear it didn't work for you and we'll be in touch to help.

"So disappointed with this cake tin"

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I bought the Cake Release and painted it on the inside of the cake tin. Then I part-filled the tin with my usual cake mixture. I cooked it at 325/170 for 50 minutes following the recipe on the tin. The cake rose unevenly round the inner bowl which would have been a problem to stick to another to form a Pinata. Fortunately I was just doing a dry run ahead of the party as it wouldn't come out having stuck to the tin. It eventually came out in two parts! It might work better with a heavier coating of Cake Release and a liquid batter but I can't risk it for my son's birthday party!

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Thank you for placing your review. We're sorry to hear it didn't meet your expectations and we'll be in touch to help.

"Very disappointed"

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I wish I could say I used this tin more than once, but sadly I wasnt able to. After following the instructions fully (greasing with a butter substitute and flouring) the tin and the welded on cake I was unable to scrape off are now in the bin!! Thankfully I decided to make my daughters birthday cake the day before her birthday so was able to make a different one and didn't have an upset 6 yr old.

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