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Is there such a thing as a third size sheet cake pan? More ? inside
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Posted to Thread #30404 at 5:39 am on Jul 21, 2018
So I’m to do the twins next door birthday cake again. They will be 8 and requested a The Incredibles theme cake. Well I’m over making fancy tiered cakes when this is going to be mostly a bunch of kids running around on a jumpy house waterslide and eating pizza. So I’m just going to do a sheet cake.
The problem is not all the RSVPs are in yet but we’re already at 35, so a quarter sheet pan is not going to do it and half sheets always seem like there is so much cake. So, is there such a thing as a third size sheet pan or somesuch?
Also, there is the problem of converting a three 8” layer cake recipe into whatever size is going to feed this amount of people?
Any and all insight would be helpful as my brain is not cooperating with this math challenge.
Twins want to help make the cake this year - give me strength!
The man who carries a cat by the tail learns something that can be learned in no other way. - MTwain
Other messages in this thread:
- 30404. Is there such a thing as a third size sheet cake pan? More ? inside - MariaDNoCA - 5:39am on 07/21/18 (5)
- I think you may want a half sheet cake according to this - Charley - 10:30am on 07/21/18
- Hi M. Half sheet = 12x18, quarter sheet = 12x9, jelly roll = 10x15 - MarilynFL - 5:00pm on 07/21/18
- I need a half sheet size then I guess... - MariaDNoCA - 3:45am on 07/24/18
- Let's blame my 9 inch discussion on *circumstantial speech* - MarilynFL - 12:11pm on 07/24/18
- Note the serving size for the yield quotes for these pans is a 1" x 2" slice. - LisainLA - 2:45pm on 07/24/18