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Eat the Stadium

We love this football stadium bundt cake pan by Nordicware.  



Just throw a little cake mix into the pan and you get this beauty...


Ok, maybe not.   

Jill over at Sprinklebelle Cakes in Utah made this amazing replica of the 
Kansas City Chiefs Stadium.  Amazing, yes?

Really, now---- this is what you get when you throw the cake batter into the stadium pan:

  
The nice, easy thing about this cake pan is that with some long snapper handiwork
and plenty of cooking spray, the cake just plops out into the stadium shape (unless you have a bad snap). You can make brownies in the pan as well as your favorite bundt cake recipes. Plain Chicken has a delicious Lemon Pound Cake recipe you could bake in it. 


Decorations can be as complicated or as simple as you'd like to make them.  My mom has made several of these stadium cakes for our tailgates.  We created pennants from stickers and toothpicks to stick into the cake and she also does the green coconut grass field and field markings to match our team's field.
  
You can buy your very own football stadium cake pan at Bed, Bath and Beyond.

While researching for this stadium cake post, I ran across some other amazing football cakes I wanted to include for your awe and entertainment.  

Daily.WedShare.com.
pieceacake.brenham.com
thekeyplay.com/content/2011/may/23/lane-stadium-wedding-cake
sugarliciousonline.com


I'm completely impressed!  

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