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Product #49-5301

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Pan measures approximately 8" x 19" x 1-3/4"

These lightweight, durable plastic pans can be used exactly like aluminum pans in a conventional oven as well as a microwave. Do not place directly on oven rack, place on shiny cookie sheet for baking. Each pan is designed to hold approximately one bag of cake mix. Bake at 375° F. Complete directions included.

V-Guitar Pan

Ready-to-use buttercream icing – white (77-660)

Ready-to-use Satin Ice rolled fondant – red (77-763), white (77-760) &black (77-767)

Impression Mat – Zebra (35-2756)

Gourmet Writer, Food Decorating Pen - black (34-6015)

Piping gel (76-2011)

Spatula (33-910)

Cake board (22-11725)

Sharp Knife

Rolling Pin


Follow cake mix or recipe instructions. Grease & flour pan, fill 2/3 full.


Standard Oven

Place pan on a shiny cookie sheet and bake according to mix instructions.


Microwave for about 6 minutes, rotating every 2 minutes (microwave times may vary).


Cool cake 5 minutes in pan. Release from pan and cool on a rack or towel. Cool cake completely, position on cake board.


Wash pan in warm sudsy water using soft brush


Decorating for V-Guitar Pan Cake (49-5301)

  • Crumb-coat cake with thin layer of white buttercream icing
  • Cover entire cake with red fondant rolled to size of cake.
  • Smooth fondant to contour of cake. Using sharp knife, trim bottom edge neatly.
  • Using opposite side of blade of sharp knife, carefully score lines on handle of guitar.
  • Roll out small amount of white fondant to size of guitar body.
  • Lay zebra impression mat on white fondant.
  • Using rolling pin, gently roll over mat…one time and in one direction. 
  • Using pan as a guide, cut guitar inlay shape.
  • Using small amount of piping gel to “glue” inlay in place on top of cake…let dry.
  • With Gourmet Writer, fill in stripes of zebra impression and scored lines of handle.
  • Cut 2 circles for guitar buttons from white fondant rolled thin.
  • Using small amount of piping gel, “glue” buttons in place.
  • Cut 6 string-tuner buttons from white fondant rolled 3/8” thick.
  • Using small amount of piping gel, “glue” buttons in place at top/sides of handle.

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