8" Round Recipe Mix

Baking By Chris449842 Updated 12 Apr 2014 , 3:56pm by Chris449842

Chris449842 Posted 12 Apr 2014 , 1:44pm
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ACan you use this same recipe for an 8" square? Might sound silly, but I am not clued up at all on recipes, just made an HD cake and fell to bits x

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Rfisher Posted 12 Apr 2014 , 2:13pm
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AYou can, but keep in mind square pans typically have more volume capacity than their round counterparts.

Chris449842 Posted 12 Apr 2014 , 2:29pm
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AThanks I can't find an HD, Madeira or mud cake specifically for an 8" square mix xx

Rfisher Posted 12 Apr 2014 , 2:56pm
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AScale up the recipe the same percentage the larger square pan has in volume than the round one.

Chris449842 Posted 12 Apr 2014 , 3:14pm
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ASorry rfishet I can't figure that one out, was all happy wanting to make a cake, now it seems to be a hard thing to do. Xx

Rfisher Posted 12 Apr 2014 , 3:31pm
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AI can't guaranty your results, but I found this for you via Google. Search for " Cakes Bakes & Cookies" look for post dated 2013 August 15, titled { 6 to 12" in 60 seconds}. Be sure to read all the comments regarding square vs round. YMMV.

Chris449842 Posted 12 Apr 2014 , 3:33pm
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AOh thank you Rfisher off to Google now, very much appreciated xxx

Chris449842 Posted 12 Apr 2014 , 3:56pm
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I can't guaranty your results, but I found this for you via Google. Search for " Cakes Bakes & Cookies" look for post dated 2013 August 15, titled { 6 to 12" in 60 seconds}. Be sure to read all the comments regarding square vs round. YMMV.

amazxingy thank you, think she says a square tin is 1" bigger than round, so I take it for an 8" square I would use a 9 round mix xx

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