If i cooked a 7" cake and a 6" cake in the oven on the same shelf at once would that be ok or affect their cooking cose they are different sizes?
The 6" will be done slightly sooner than the 7", but probably take more time than if baked alone.
Be careful when pulling out the rack to test the cakes--be very gentle when pushing it back in, too. Too much movement can make the cake(s) sink in the center.
It should be fine.
I generally only bake same recipe, same size at the same time (I actually weigh the batter so that each pan of batter is identical), but I would certainly bake a 6 & 7 simultaneously on the same shelf.
about baking diff size cakes at the same time like the other lady said well is should be just fine just make sure the timing and that when you do think that the small is ready make sure the larger one is set so it does not sink in when u do open the oven door since these two are not much in differnt size they will most likely be done well about the same size ive done it before and it comes out fine
I load my oven up with different sized pans all the time. They all bake at different speeds, but it doesn't affect the quality.
thanks for the tips! I have a book where the different in baking times between the 2 tins is only 15 mins, min 50 mins so i think the cakes would have cooked far enough to not collapse or anything, and even if i did 2 different recipes some have the same cooking times anyway.
Yeah, what costumeczar said for sure
If I only baked same size same recipe cakes one at a time I'd never get all my baking done. I bake 4",10" rounds with sheetcakes and everything else on different shelves and rotate and flip flop them during cooking with no troubles.
Personaly with just a 6 and 7 inch cake though....I'd be tempted to shove a flower nail into the 7" cake and see if they don't both get done around the same time? The 7" might actually finish first lol
I've never seen a flower nail like this, but copper is a wonderful heat conductor.
My biggest concern would be that when copper oxidizes, it turns green.
In a wet environment, that oxidation could come off--not pretty in the middle of a white cake...........
Not sure what to recommend here.
yeh i am hesitant to use it cose not sure lol
more opinions about the flower nail?