I love my Wilton Heart Tasty Fill cake pan.

It makes it so easy to make an ordinary box mix cake something special.

In the nine months since I purchased it, I have filled cake with ice cream.

Cool whip and strawberries.

More ice cream.

(Oops! I made the heart upside down that time!)


I love cutting it open to reveal the heart in the middle. Now if only the Wilton spies would come by and give me another cake pan to test. I would love the one with the square in the middle.

To use the pan, just make an ordinary cake mix.

Spray the two pans with cooking spray. I also sprinkled it with flour recently, which was a disaster. The cake stuck to the pan and broke into a million pieces.

Let the cake cool for about 10 minutes and then dump it out onto wax paper.

Fill each cavity with whatever you would like. Freeze until both sides are hardened.

Put them together. Frost the outside. Put back in the freezer until ready to serve. Let the cake defrost about 10 minutes before cutting.

Today I’m thankful for my cake pan that makes me look more creative than I really am.

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5 responses to “I *heart* this cake pan”

  1. Jenny-Jenny Avatar

    That is so super cool! I think I need to get me one of those fancy things! You are a fancy baker!

  2. The Fritz Facts Avatar

    Now that is pretty cool!!

  3. A Musing Mom Avatar

    I love that cake pan too. I think that's going to go on my Christmas wish list (not that I'm not thankful for all the great cake pans I already have – just so ya know).

  4. Stephanie Avatar

    What a fun pan! I'm generally not a huge fan of cake, but cake with ice cream in the center is a different story… :)stephanie@metropolitanmama.net

  5. Anonymous Avatar

    looks awesome! Love the idea to put it on a Christmas list too… might have to copy that one! Laurel

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