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March 28, 2009

Alpha-Numeric Cake Pan


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From the website:


Alphabet/Number Cake Pan

Make any letter or any number — as a cake.

Simply arrange the 2" square blocks in the aluminum pan [below] to form an endless variety of letter and number combinations.

Grid grooves secure the blocks so they won’t move when the pan is filled with batter.

Once the cake is cooled, remove the inserts.

You’ll be left with a perfect centerpiece — great for birthdays, anniversaries or any special occasion.

Includes instructions for creating 10" or 14" letters and numbers, as well as several novelty cake designs.

Set includes 12 blocks.

Base pan is 14" x 8½".

Hand wash.




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