9X13 To A 15X10

Baking By fdusing Updated 6 May 2015 , 8:08pm by fdusing

fdusing Posted 6 May 2015 , 4:09pm
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I am making bars for "Teacher Appreciation Week" at work.  And I was wondering if I would need to double a 9x13 recipe for a 15x10 pan or if I could just use the 9x13 recipe?  I think that with the height differences I would be okay to just use a 9x13, but I want to be sure before I start baking after work today!  Thanks in advanced!

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BakerBlackCat Posted 6 May 2015 , 6:01pm
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According to my handy-dandy Wilton Servings chart, the batter amount difference between a 9x13" and a 11x15" is 1 1/2 cups (10 cups of batter for the 9x13; 11 1/2 cups of batter for the 11x15").  So using the 9x13"-sized recipe in a larger pan will result in a thinner bar.  Maybe scale the recipe up a bit?  Doubling it might be too much, so maybe increase it by a third?

Good luck!

fdusing Posted 6 May 2015 , 8:08pm
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Thank you for your reply.  I was able to find a recipe that called for a 11x15 jelly roll pan.  WHOOO for the internet! :-P .. I will keep this in mind the next time I have this dilemma!

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