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Cutting Cake Layers

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Cutting cake layers can be frustrating if they tend to crumble rather than have a nice clean cut. This is a guide about cutting cake layers.


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March 18, 20050 found this helpful

Put your cake layers in the freezer for an hour or two before frosting them. They will firm up and won't crack and crumble when you apply the frosting.

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November 4, 20040 found this helpful

Measure a well cooled cake layer up the side and mark the half way point with toothpicks, in about four different places. Using the toothpicks as your guide, slice the cake horizontally, with a serrated knife, into half. This will make four layers out of a two layer cake. I use different fillings between layers before I frost the cake.

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