baking castle cakes

by carol
(lewisville, tx. usa)

I have a castle shaped bundt cake pan. How can I make sure the narrow points don't overcook and dry out while the rest of the cake cooks?

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Dec 05, 2009
Castle Cake Pan
by: Anonymous

If I had to guess about what to do. I would say to lower your temperature for cooking and increase your time of cooking. Anytime, you have a cake that gets burned on top and the tips, I believe that the correct thing to do is to lower your temperature and increase your time. I have a castle cake bundt pan, but I have never had any problems with a cake burning on the tips.

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