I'm planning on making a red-and-white cake for the GOP primary debates tomorrow. (No judgement, my friends like politics and I like sweets) However, the only thing I have to bake in is a loaf pan with sloping sides, so baking two layers separately would take more time and would result in an uneven cake.
Would it be possible to pour in one batter, then the other, and have discrete layers? If not, do I have any good options? I'm thinking about trying to just put a sheet of parchment paper in the middle.
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