How Do You Convert Cake Recipes Properly? (From 10" To

Baking By lektrix Updated 15 Jan 2010 , 8:39am by Mike1394

lektrix Posted 15 Jan 2010 , 6:20am
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I find that most cake recipes are meant for large servings and so the cake is 9" or 10".

Is there a proper way to convert such recipes into cake pans that are 5", 6" or 7"?

It can't be as simple as just "halving" all the ingredients and baking time by 1/2, or fraction, can it? I'd also hate to eye all the measurements, etc.

There's got to be an easier, better way!

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Mike1394 Posted 15 Jan 2010 , 8:39am
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yep it's that easy. Just multiply your ingredients by the decimal equalivent that you want to shrink it. The baking time will NOT follow the same rule.

Mike

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