What Size Cake Pan?

Decorating By Lora-Ann Updated 2 Apr 2008 , 2:47pm by kakeladi

Lora-Ann Posted 1 Apr 2008 , 6:09pm
post #1 of 3

Hi everyone, I hope someone can help me.
I'm doing my daughters graduation cake and it needs to serve 100 people. I am just planning on a sheet cake type but not a round stacked cake as it will be too hard for me since I have not been doing this that long. I'm not sure how big a pan I should use. I plan on a double layer. Would 12X24X2 be the right size? That is what I saw on a bakery site to order for a cake that would serve 96. I wanted to come here and make sure though since you are all so wise!
Thanks,
Lora-Ann

2 replies
indydebi Posted 2 Apr 2008 , 12:38pm
post #2 of 3

A 12x18, when cut in 2x2x2 pieces (single layer) will serve 54 (round numbers, 50), so you would need two of these .... 18x24 ..... to serve 100.

kakeladi Posted 2 Apr 2008 , 2:47pm
post #3 of 3

Besides what debi suggested other ideas you could use:
14x14x4 (dbl layer 14"sq) = 98
12x18x4 (dbl layer 12x18 sheet) = 108 This is basically the same as what debi suggested only instead of putting the two 2" cakes side by side, put them on top of each other w/filling between themicon_smile.gif
16x4" round = 100

Quote by @%username% on %date%

%body%