IF you have ever wanted to surprise someone by hiding something, like money, inside a cake, then the Money Cake is the product for you. At its simplest, The Money Cake consists of an 11.5" plastic cake stand with a hollow base, and a "feeder" tube with a roll of plastic sheeting to deliver the surprise.
The plastic sheeting makes it easy to insert dollar bills and there are several different sizes of spouts (1.5, 2.5, and 3 inches). Just set your cake on the cake plate and use a knife to clear out the hole for the feeding spout. Insert the proper sized spout into the cake from the bottom of the cake plate and feed the "goodie" sheet up through the cake once it has been iced and decorated.
I don't do so many birthday cakes anymore, and when I do, they're generally larger (2 tiers or more) so I have not found an occasion to use The Money Cake. I do like the design of the stand, it appears to be made very solidly and is quite stylish. My cake layers are larger than the average layer (around 5 inches) and this is the only problem I can find with the Money Cake - it just wouldn't work on my cakes without me doing some reworking of the layers.
And now for the good part! I am going to pass on the Money Cake system to one of my readers! Leave a comment on this post stating how you could use this system and a way to contact you. One entry per person, and entries will be accepted from now until Friday, January 28th at 5:00pm EST. From all entries a winner will be selected randomly. Good Luck!
UPDATE: This Giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to Alev on winning the Money Cake!