Sheet Cake

Decorating By amcakemaker2011 Updated 19 Apr 2011 , 12:24am by amcakemaker2011

amcakemaker2011 Posted 18 Apr 2011 , 10:19pm
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I have 1 question

Do you have to do a double layer on sheet cakes? Or can they be just one layer or are just one layer?

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countrycaker Posted 18 Apr 2011 , 10:46pm
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One layer. Unless they want to pay extra to make it worth the extra cost of the filling and the extra pain in the butt of dealing with. Maybe that's just me though. icon_biggrin.gif

jammjenks Posted 18 Apr 2011 , 10:50pm
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My sheet cakes are one layer non-torted. I've done them two layers, but I don't call them just sheet cakes then.

Shelley51708 Posted 18 Apr 2011 , 10:54pm
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So really? you're not suppose to double layer a sheet cake????? Man, I wish I knew that already! This will make my life easier!

jammjenks Posted 18 Apr 2011 , 11:00pm
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Some people do, some people don't. I guess it all depends on how you want to market your sheet cakes.

2" tall sheet cakes are what some of my customers order when they want a great tasting cake but don't want to spend the extra $ for a tiered cake and such.

Corporate parties find them easier to cut for large gatherings too.

CWR41 Posted 18 Apr 2011 , 11:49pm
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4" tall double-layer sheet cakes are usually called Kitchen Cakes.

amcakemaker2011 Posted 19 Apr 2011 , 12:24am
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Originally Posted by amcakemaker2011

I have 1 question

Do you have to do a double layer on sheet cakes? Or can they be just one layer or are just one layer?





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