aimb Posted 8 Sep 2005 , 10:09pm
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How many people does a 10" round cake really feed?? The chart I have been looking at says it will serve 38 people, but when I look at the cake I just don't see how that is possible! It will be a 2-layer (each layer is 2") birthday cake with a pudding filling.

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angelcake4u Posted 8 Sep 2005 , 10:12pm
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I say 28 people.

The chart is probably referring to weddings sizes.

justsweet Posted 8 Sep 2005 , 10:13pm
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here is a link to cake serving chart to help. 10" will feed about 30

http://www.createacakeshop.com/businesscakedec6.htm

crimsonhair Posted 9 Sep 2005 , 4:55am
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leana
Thanks for sharing the website that has the cake size chart it sure will be helpful. I am always afraid that there won't be enough cake for everyone.. So far it never happend there was always plenty..but better too much than not enough huh..
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KimAZ Posted 9 Sep 2005 , 5:14am
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Hi,
I took measurements for all my cake pans and use that as my guide. I say a 2 layer 10" round cake is 32 servings.

KimAZ

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