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hi bizango!! i used to be a professional baker in a high production business, and i have two suggestions---one: cooling slowly is #1 way to avoid cracking, and getting them out of the springform pan while warm (keeping the bottom on is okay) so they don't cling to the sides and the tension makes it crack---two: add a thin layer of thick sour cream blended with vanilla and a touch of sugar so it pools while the cakes are still slightly warm. it will set up enough to give you a smooth top when it gets cold.




Mighty Party Crack Fix



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hey helpfulstoner, i also make my cake with a vanilla pudding mix, and usually add the sour cream top partway through the bake.i usually only use cake pans the size of a sheet of pizza dough, so people can just eat it however much they want. the key is to get it done and out the door, so i bake them a little larger than necessary, then freeze them.once ive sliced them, i put them on a silicone baking sheet and put them in the fridge or freezer, and theyre good to go for 3-4 days. i dont actually hang them on my door, because i prefer the cake be on a plate, in the door. if you want, you can cover them with plastic wrap to keep them soft, but ive never had a problem.


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