Jelly Roll Pan

Decorating By itdoesntbatter Updated 2 Sep 2014 , 9:43pm by itdoesntbatter

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itdoesntbatter Posted 2 Sep 2014 , 5:18pm
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AI need to make a sheet cake for 40 people. Id like to bake them in jelly roll pans and double stack it. If I use a standard jelly roll pan, which looks close to a half sheet in size, how many will that serve? Would I need to bake two separate layers and stack, or just one and cut it in half quarter sheet size and stack it? I'm so confused.

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itdoesntbatter Posted 2 Sep 2014 , 6:53pm
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AThank you!!!!! Does it make much difference in height or size if I'm using a regular cake pan or a jelly roll pan? What's pretty standard

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Pastrybaglady Posted 2 Sep 2014 , 7:34pm
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AThe standard for sheet cakes is 2" so double stacking from jelly roll pans should be just right, but you may need to trim the sides. If you bake in a regular cake pan you can bake 2"+ and it's up to you if you will torte and fill or just leave it solid cake. If you double stack to 4" your servings will increase.

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itdoesntbatter Posted 2 Sep 2014 , 9:43pm
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AThank you thank you :)

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