I am making a Texas Sheet Cake (2 - 12x18 Cakes) So that make the cake all together 24x36....This is to feed over 100 people...
Has anyone made something this big??? What cake board did you use, I don't have anything big enough.... Please Help, I need advice
On large cakes like this you can use a clean UHaul box and wrap in foil. That should be large enough. I would use a large piece of plywood wrapped in foil to make sure it supports the weight of the cake though.
How would it then get covered???
24x36 would be four 12x18s wouldn't it
I had this same type of request & did this cake:
My hubby went to Lowe's and got plywood and cut it to the size I wanted. Since it was wood, I covered it in contact paper first and then fanci foil. It worked like a charm!! To transport, I bought one of those "under the bed" plastic storage containers from walmart and it fit in there perfect.
The only difference is for 100 people I used two 14" square pans. My hubby made my board to be 18" x 32". I made mine going off of wilton charts that say one 14" square pan feeds 63 people. So since you are wanting to feed more people, I don't know if my info will help all that much but thought I would post in case it might!!