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Wheel of Portion Cake Platter

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Wheel of Portion Cake Platter
Some cake platters are meant to turn a simple cake into an elegant centerpiece, and some cake platters are meant to be a little more practical. This Wheel of Portion Cake Platter falls into the latter category. The ceramic cake platter may look like any other cake stand at first glance: it has a large, flat surface that can accommodate a cake up to 12-inches in diameter and stands 2.5-inches high. The difference between it and your average cake plate is that this one comes with some serving suggestions that will help you decide just how big of a piece you might want to eat.

The colorful platter is divided up like a pie chart with multiple options – helpfully printed around the outside of the cake plate – that let you define your slices. The choices include: the breakup slice, the midnight snack slice, the sharing slice and the perfect slice (neither too big, nor too small), as well as a few others. If nothing else, the stand is a perfect size and shape for just about any cake, but it’s a fantastic conversation starter at a party and worth bringing out even if you already know how you want to slice your cake!

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5 Comments
  • Erin
    March 1, 2012

    Putting this on my wishlist!

  • Sara
    March 2, 2012

    Very funny! I love the “No One’s Watching.” That would be perfect for me.

  • rainey
    March 2, 2012

    How adorable and creative!

    Can we see it profile?

  • Heather
    March 3, 2012

    One of my best friends gave me this for Christmas!!!! I was totally thrilled to open it up and see it! It’s too fun for words! I use it to serve cake and cupcakes!

  • Ruth
    March 25, 2012

    Lol, this is a fantastic gift for girlfriends to give to each other! I think it might actually help those who are emotional eaters in a warped kind of way, too.

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