Help Baking A Cake For 70 People?

Baking By TCupcakes Updated 6 Jun 2016 , 8:35pm by kakeladi

TCupcakes Posted 6 Jun 2016 , 8:13pm
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I need to bake a cake for 70 people. I've looked up serving sizes based on the pan sizes and every site gives a different number. What size rectangular pan would I need? I would be doing only one layer. The biggest pan size I made was only a 9x13 lol so this sounds tricky. How many times would I need to times my recipe to make this much batter? 


Thank you.


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TCupcakes Posted 6 Jun 2016 , 8:20pm
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Is it suppose to be 1 or 2 layers for this many people?

kakeladi Posted 6 Jun 2016 , 8:35pm
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Just one pan/cake i2x18 is not going to do it.  Basing the serving size on 2x2x  One 12x18 yields (if I remember right)  54.  Two 9x13 = 48.  What about putting a round on top?  An 8"x4" round would add 30 servings.  

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