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Product #49-6003

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Pan measures approximately 10" 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.

SOCCER BALL Pantastic Pan

CK White buttercream icing (77-660)

Candy coating, black (72-6180) & super white (70-2220)

Tip #6 (2P-6)

Decorating bag, pkg/12 (31-55)

Standard coupler (30-1000)

Cake board (22-11414)



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 Soccer Ball Cake (49-6003)

  • Use clean, dry pan to make candy mold of spots using colored candy coating. Melt black candy coating in microwave in 30 second increments, stirring every 30 seconds until melted. Pour into desired sections of ball. Place in freezer until set. Melt super white candy coating and pour over entire pan to make a thick layer. Place pan in freezer for 5-10 minutes or until candy is set.
  • Frost entire cake smooth with thin layer of buttercream icing
  • Lay mold in place
  • Smooth buttercream around edges of mold
  • Use #6 round tip for elongated ball bottom border with buttercream icing

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Product Questions & Answers

Hi there, I am going to try to use black & white fondant to cover the soccer ball cake. I was wondering if you had any suggestions on how to go about it. I am thinking of using the inside of the pan & putting the black bits in & then covering it all with white fondant & then hoping it will come out in one piece. Any thoughts ? Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks, Yvona.

Answer: That will work or you can roll out your fondant, take the top of the pan and roll it on top of it to impress your pattern and cut our the shapes.