Pan Size

Decorating By heracastle Updated 31 Jan 2005 , 8:32pm by heracastle

heracastle Posted 29 Jan 2005 , 11:51pm
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Hello Again All,

I have a question about a heart shaped pan I have. I'm trying to determine what size it is, but have lost the insert to it. icon_surprised.gif It's a Wilton 502-1298. Does anyone have an idea of how to find out? Thank you in advance.

Happy Decorating,
Michelle

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GHOST_USER_NAME Posted 29 Jan 2005 , 11:56pm
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If you're just wanting to know how many cups of batter it takes, fill it with water and then measure the water.

heracastle Posted 30 Jan 2005 , 12:21am
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Originally Posted by cali4dawn

If you're just wanting to know how many cups of batter it takes, fill it with water and then measure the water.




Thank you cali4dawn. I was trying to figure out what size it was so I could figure out how many servings I would get out of it. I'm going to be making for a friend's birthday party and want to make sure I take enough cake. Thank you.

Michelle

GHOST_USER_NAME Posted 30 Jan 2005 , 10:26pm
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Since no one is giving you the answers you seek, turn the pan over and, using a pencil, draw out he servings. I've done this before. It works pretty well.

I don't know what size pan you're using, but I have this information that was provided to a long time ago:

Size Heart shaped pan: Servings

6:8
9:20
12:34
15:50

I don't know how accurate this is. I've never used it.

heracastle Posted 30 Jan 2005 , 11:28pm
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Thank you very much for the serving size suggestion. thumbs_up.gif I don't know why I didnt think about just measuring out the servings. Common sense left me for a bit there. icon_redface.gif Thanks for helping me regain a bit back. LOL

Happy Decorating,
Michelle

nanni Posted 30 Jan 2005 , 11:56pm
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If it is about the same size as a charachter pan- it should serve about 12-depending on the size of your servings.

GHOST_USER_NAME Posted 31 Jan 2005 , 1:04am
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Originally Posted by heracastle

Thanks for helping me regain a bit back. LOL




No problem!! Sometimes we all have a little brain lapse. Lord knows, I have at least one or two or three a day! icon_rolleyes.gif

heracastle Posted 31 Jan 2005 , 8:32pm
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Originally Posted by nanni

If it is about the same size as a charachter pan- it should serve about 12-depending on the size of your servings.




Thank you Nanni.

Michelle

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