I apologize if this is in the wrong forum.
I have looked at both the Wilton and the Earlene cake serving charts and both have the number for double layer cakes.
I am making a 12 inch round, but it will just be one round, not torted, and only two inches high. Would the serving number be the same, just smaller servings?
The sizing charts are based on a 4 inch high cake. I don't think you would get the same amount of servings out of it.
I found a few charts on different sites for servings of single layer cakes, but I do not know how they are cutting them.
Does anyone have a cutting guide to get 2X2 inch servings out of an 8 inch and 12 inch cake?
If I am only doing a single layer I just divide the numbers of the 4in cake and round them out.
Have you seen IndyDebi's cutting method?
Is that where the cutter cuts in two inches and then slices it into pieces? I think that is what I am going to do. I figured out by tracing on my cake circle that my 12 inch round would have 28 servings that way. My 8 inch round will have 12 that way.
That should work out fine. I just have to make sure I am the one that cuts the cake!