I don't have a tube pan...what's the next best option? Thank you! School's bake sale is tomorrow...so any help would be so appreciated...
you can try a bundt pan, or if you don't have one, i'd consider dividing it into two eight or nine inch rounds, after which you might want to make extra frosting. This way, you can use frosting between the layers as well as to cover the top and sides.
In either case, make sure you check for doneness early. The cooking time needed may be different, especially if you are using the two eight or nine inch pans. Because you'll obviously have a lot less batter in each, it will cook a lot more quickly.
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