100 Servings Using Hexagon Pans

Decorating By Polkadot79 Updated 27 Jun 2010 , 12:51am by leily

Polkadot79 Posted 26 Jun 2010 , 6:13pm
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Using Earlene's & Wilton Serving Charts, I get 72-77 servings for 2 layers cakes using 6, 9, & 12 inch hexagon pans. The client is requesting 100 servings, but I only have these 3 sized hexagon pans. If I go up a size on the bottom, I end up with way too many servings if I keep the proportions right and have at least a 3 tier. Plus, I don't want to purchase the pan nor cut from a round pan.

So, my question is....

How much does adding another layer to each tier increase the serving size?

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leily Posted 27 Jun 2010 , 12:51am
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Originally Posted by Polkadot79

How much does adding another layer to each tier increase the serving size?




50%

4" tall cakes give you thr servings you found. so adding another 2" will be another 50% of your current servings

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