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My roommate loves doughnuts, so I decided to make her the biggest one she had ever had. They sell doughnut cake molds, but I was on a budget and didn't know when I'd ever make another one, so I opted to make my own mold and here's the result!

I ended up making a two layer cake, but you can make a slightly smaller, single layer cake.

Step 1: Tools and Ingredients

TOOLS
Electric Mixer
Large Mixing Bowl
Small Mixing Bowl
2 Medium Sauce Pans
2 Sheet Pans
Mixing Spoons
Wisk
Spatula
Extra wide heavy duty Aluminum Fool
Cooking Spray (Very Necessary)
Bread knife
Perforated cooling rack
Pajama Pants (Or whatever works. I'll explain in the next step.)

INGREDIENTS
Cake
2 boxes chocolate cake mix (Can be made with 1 if you want a slightly smaller, single layer doughnut cake)
The ingredients for 2(or 1) boxes of cake mix (oil, water, eggs, etc . . .)

Icing
1/4 cup milk (I used skim because it was all I had, but you're supposed to use Whole. The choice is yours)
2 cups confectioner's sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract (Optional)

Chocolate Frosting
1 lb confectioner's sugar
1/2 cup butter, melted
1/2 cup cocoa powder
1/2 cup evaporated milk
1/2-1 tsp vanilla extract

Colored Sprinkles!!! (Missing from photo)
not colorful...<br>maybe you can change to pink or yellow or some bright color <br>for brithday is really happy <br>brighter color is better i think
I like the idea, but have to say I would go with a vacuum table and multiple layers of foil to make the pan. Multiple layers of foil under a thin piece of plastic - possibly may have to do it several time depending if individual layers rip while forming the shape.<br><br>But that is me - I see from past posts I have turned into a vacuum freak. Lol
Interesting. I would probably use a bundt cake mold.
I think this is what Randofo will be requesting for his next birthday cake!

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