I know i should know this but i just can find it in my brain. I need to know how many servings do i get from a double layer 11*15 and also how many servings do i get if its a single layer? Thanks for the help!
anyone out there?
I say 30-35 for a single layer!! hth
According to Wilton's party chart a 11x15 will serve 60
11x15 single layer. should yield 30-35 servings.
With square or rectangle cakes, it's easy just to "do the math" to figure out the number of servings.
Single layer, 2" tall. Standard serving size is 2x2x2. An 11x15 would be cut into approx 5 rows by 7 columns = 35 servings.
Singel layer, 2" tall. Cut in 2x3x2. It would be cut into approx 5 columns x 5 rows = 25 servings.
Double layer, 4" tall. Standard serving size is 1x2x4. So the cake would be cut in approx 10 columns by 7 rows = 70 servings.
Thanks everyone for your response! Thank you Debi for the abundance of info I wasnt sure what sizes to go by to do the math Now ill know for next time. Now i need to go fan myself, im star struck from having you reply to one of threads!! Thanks again everyone!