Laurie57 Posted 14 Jan 2014 , 1:47am
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I make all my recipes by weight (metric usually)  and am looking for a chart to fill my pans by weight. I have seen a lot of charts for filling with cups of batter but I would love to have one by weight.

Has anyone seen one?

Thanks!

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Stitches Posted 14 Jan 2014 , 3:02am
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The only way that will work perfectly for you is if you measure out and weigh your own cake batters or if your using the same exact recipe the conversion chart creator used. Because every cake batter weighs different amounts. 1 cups worth of vanilla cake batter from my recipe probably weighs less than 1 cup full of AZCoutures vanilla cake.

 

Than each cake rises differently. 1 cup of my vanilla cake batter remains the same height as the liquid batter. Where as 1 cup of vanilla cake batter from a box mix will rise about well above my cake.....so you would less of it compared to needing more of mine.

 

hth

yortma Posted 14 Jan 2014 , 4:18am
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You could just weigh one cup of your batter and then multiply it out.  

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Laurie57 Posted 27 Jan 2014 , 3:11pm
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AYortma that is exactly what I ended up doing! Thanks everyone for ur input!

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