Pitbull Boxer Birthday Cake Pan

Pitbull Boxer Bulldog Cake Pan

Have you rescued a pitbull and are looking to celebrate your new pibble dog? Do you have a boxer whose birthday is coming up. Have we got the birthday cake pan for you.

Introducing our new head shaped cake pan, which was custom designed to look just like a pittie with floppy ears. However, so many of our customers have told us that they see a boxer in this head. Or an American bulldog--the taller kind without the underbite. Or even the mastiff.

We know that pit bulls and some of these other breeds sometimes get a bad rap and this bright pink custom cake pan helps show their adorable side.

We've made this brand new pitbull cake pan in a generous size so you can make a cake and serve it to all of your favorite dog loving fans. Pick up a couple of boxes of Puppy Cake, and you can serve the cake to your pibble puppies, too.

The cake pan measures 10 inches by 12 inches and more than three inches deep. This pan should hold between six and eight cups of cake batter--or about what at least one box of Duncan Hines or Betty Crocker cake mix would give you. Remember: these brands are made for human consumption only.

If you are looking to make a cake for your pibble or boxer or bulldog and their doggy friends, please choose from our Puppy Cake collection. Each box of Puppy Cake makes about three to four cups of batter so you'll definitely need at least two boxes of Puppy Cake mix to make a good-sized cake with this new pan.

Like all of our silicone cake pans, the dog head shaped cake pan is made of 100 percent food grade silicone.

When cooking with silicone, we recommend coating with cooking spray so the cake doesn't stick to the pan. Also, we recommend putting this cake pan on a baking sheet before filling with cake batter and putting in the oven. It will make it easier to get the pan in and out of the oven. Cool completely and then peel the pan away before frosting, cutting and serving.

Never cut a cake in a silicone cake pan mold. You'll ruin the pan when the knife goes through it.

Here is more on how to use our pans.


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