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Yes. Most cake pans are made of aluminum. Aluminum is a very soft metal – easily bent. Even pans bought off of store shelves are sometimes bent due to the shipping and handling. Plus, each pan manufacturer uses different angles on the beveled sides. The great thing about cake batter is that it is a very viscous material. So, those small gaps are not large enough to worry about. Remember, the two (or more) cake batters will touch once you remove the Batter Daddy.
No. Each baker has their own comfort level pouring the separate batters. Some prefer to pour two batters at the same time. Others prefer to do one at a time, holding the Batter Daddy while pouring. If you come up with another method, we would love to hear about it. Check out our Video section for two techniques in pouring the batters.
Yes. Both products can be easily hand-washed with soap and water. Each product is top rack dishwasher safe, though we recommend washing the Batter Babies by hand due to their small size.
No. The concept is to have a seamless, single cake or cupcake with two flavors or colors — that icing can be spread evenly, just as you would with any other cake or cupcake.
Both products are made from food-grade polypropylene. You will not be baking these — please remember to remove before baking. Both products are dishwasher safe (top rack).
Two reasons: 1. The cut-through hooks help clean any batter that may have gotten into the folded channels. 2. Part of the engineering and tooling process.
Since some batter will stick to each side once the Batter Babies are removed, recommend pouring batter close to the top of the cup. By trial and error, you will also learn that different batters bake thicker – thus you might use a little less of that particular batter.