I’ve seen these pans from time to time in stores like Compleat Kitchen and what not, but could never bring myself to buy one of the silly looking things because I’ve always just figured that there’s no way the dang thing could work. While browsing Amazon, I found one that was quite reasonable in price, so with a shopping cart almost ready to go, I figured why not.
I can’t do this alone though, so I’d like one of you to potentially suffer along with me.
Comment on this post and tell me what kind of cake you’ll bake in it first. Since this blog is still in its infant stages, I’ll accept comments until I get 25, then pick a winner. Tell your friends!
- 1 entry per person
- Open to United States residents only.
- You must provide a valid email with (not IN) your comment. It will not be visible to the public.
- Should you win, you will be notified via email and you must claim the prize within 72 hours of notification. If not, the prize is forfeit and will go to another winner.
26 thoughts on “Giveaway: Wilton Green Tree Pan”
Gee, I can’t decide if that needs a spice or gingerbread cake with white icing and lots of candy for the kids to decorate with, or if I should bake you a fruitcake in it….
Oh how fun! I would love to win this – I love baking & I absolutely adore Wilton’s products! thanks for doing this! 🙂
I’m thinking a white cake base tinted green and then decorated like a Christmas tree. I have some shaped cake pans but never have luck getting the entire cake to come out without breaking.
I would bake a rich, dark chocolate cake and then decorated like a Christmas tree. M&M’s shall be the ornaments.
I would bake a green tea cake to go with the x-mas theme!
A christmas cake!
Love it! Cool blog too. 🙂
I would bake some chocolate cake and share it with my friends
Cute pan! I’d make a gingerbread cake and serve it with vanilla ice cream & hot caramel. Yum!
The is cute Christmas tree pan!
I would make a raspberry cake with a white chocolate butter cream icing, which I’d tint green. Then I’d decorate the tree/limb details to make them pop.
I’d bake the only cake I know how to make – banana cake, maybe with a cream cheese frosting. Mahalo!
Cool blog, awesome giveaway! Although I can’t participate because I live in Europe I am still going to share which cakes I’d like to bake in this pan. 🙂
A marbled matcha cake.
And last but not least: Nigel Slater’s red beet cake with poppy seeds that I’ve been dying to try!
This pan is too cute. I would love to experiment using this pan! A rich chocolate cake, sliced lengthways with a thin layer of no sugar added cherry filling between the layers, reassemble the cake and then iced decoratively in whipped cream, fresh cherries for the ‘bulbs.’ Perhaps I could even add food coloring to a bit of the whipped cream and pipe it on as the tinsel garland.
Thank you for having such a great contest. ^_^
Lemon matcha pound cake!
Love your new blog.
I would bake a gluten free chocolate cake with cherries. I like to mix cherry pie filling (minus the jello like stuff) into the batter, it’s sooo good.
For this cake though I would take chocolate frosting and microwave it before I drizzle it over the cake (15-20 seconds is usually enough to make the frosting liquidy) and then stick on red and green M&M’s. 🙂
We’re working on perfecting strawberry cake made without boxes of any kind! So, my Christmas tree cake would be strawberry and covered with homemade whipped cream “snow”! 😀
maybe a chocolate mint type cake
I would bake a chocolate mint cake in the pan and then maybe cover it with ganache. And then I’d dab minty white frosting on it for a snow effect.
I wonder if the pan would work for rice crispy treats? I might have to try it … I think you could add candy “ornaments.”
Congrats on the new blog! I would love to make a pumpkin cake in here. (Similar to a carrot cake…lots of cream cheese frosting!) I have been loving pumpkin since Thanksgiving. Yum!
Wow, I feel like a total underachiever. I’d make a lemon cake with part of the lemon icing dyed green for the top of the tree and part brown for the trunk. Then I’d use various pretty candies to make ornaments and yellow icing in a piping bag to make a star on top.
For some reason I can’t get past the idea of a confetti cake made in this pan – it would be like a bunch of little Christmas lights inside. (But much safer and tastier.) And green tinted frosting with sprinkles.
Oooh! I would make a green pistachio chiffon cake in this *_* With a cute green silicone knife o you don’t scratch, you could leave it in the tin and it would look so pretty on the table.
It would have to be a red velvet cake for me, with cream cheese icing (my favorite!). I would of course make the icing green so there’s a nice red-and-green christmas color theme.
I would bake a chocolate peppermint oatmeal giant cookie cake in this festive tree! I’d invite my friends to toast the season with hot chocolate and cake!