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Hi everyone, I have a Wilton cake pan size "11x15x2"/28x38x5cm could some one tell me how much batter I need to use THank you.
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Hi everyone, I have a Wilton cake pan size "11x15x2"/28x38x5cm could some one tell me how much batter I need to use THank you.


Have you ever seen the Wilton chart?

http://www.wilton.com/cakes/making-cakes/baking-wedding-cake-2-inch-pans.cfm

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Hi everyone, I have a Wilton cake pan size "11x15x2"/28x38x5cm could some one tell me how much batter I need to use THank you.

 

Hi there, I have to make a Hello Kitty this weekend and I borrowed this size pan from my friend. she said that she uses 11" cake mix, but I forgot to ask whether its the round or square!!! Now, when I am making 11" cakes, I bake in two halves. If its a round, its 2 x  12 ounce Or if its a square, then its 2 x 14 ounce mix. I will check it and let you know. 

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Hi, its me again. I just checked with my friend and she uses 11" square mix. So its 2 x 14 ounce mix. 

 

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Thank you bashini your a diamond x.
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Meant to ask I can see the site has changed how can I save my photos.
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No problem. icon_smile.gif

 

Do you mean to upload your photos? If that so, go to your profile and scroll down until it shows your uploaded photos. There should be a button with " upload photos" on it. icon_smile.gif

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No what I meant was to view my saved ones thanks bashinix
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No what I meant was to view my saved ones thanks bashinix

 

Aha!! Its on the top right corner. On the top where you get all the different categories? its the last one which says " MY FAVS"

 

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What would we do without you A. Big Thank You x
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Hi everyone I'm new to the forum but so glad I found it, over the last few years I've really gotten into my baking and would love to start my own business one day, at the moment it's just a hobby and I bake for friends and family. Within the last month I've sold my first batch of 24 cupcakes to a friend and have been asked to make another cake for one of my boyfriends work colleagues little boys birthday!
The mum would like a 8" chocolate cake with a tractor topper ontop and 18 vanilla cupcakes half with lemon buttercream and half white chocolate buttercream and toppers ontop! I'm trying to work out how much to charge as I'm still quite new to this and I don't want to over or under charge them, but I would like to make a little profit. Can anyone offer any ideas as to what I should charge.

Love the forum and the few pages I've read so many great ideas and fantastic support, it's really encouraging!

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Hi, welcome to the thread! icon_smile.gif

 

You have to work out how much it comes to ingredients, boxes, paste, ribbon etc. Then times it by three. And add another £10/£15 on top. This is how I used to do until I bought the Cake Boss software. 

 

Then I always tell my customers that they should order cupcakes in 12s in each flavour. I start my cupcakes from £2.00 and with hand made toppers from £3.00. Some might say its cheap, but its the rate that I can give around my area. So its better to compare the rates that other cake makers have around your area. 

 

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Hiya,
New baker here just found this thread took a few days to catch up lol
I am a hobby baker (bake for family, friends and as gifts lol) and love baking am addicted like you guys icon_smile.gif
I dont have any questions YET lol but have to do my bro in laws wedding cake in the summer so will prob have some by then as it will be my 1st ever 3 tier cake (scary stuff)
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Hi there 

 

Was just wondering if any of the UK bakers could provide me with any information about setting up a cupcake market stall? 

 

I'm in the UK and have a little business for cupcakes, and am thinking of setting up a little stall (nothing massive) at local car boots and fairs. I have enquiried with the car boot trader manager and they are fine with me doing this. 

 

Does anyone have any tips? Hints? 

 

Any advise on how to prepare for things like this? 

 

Thank you in advance 

 

Ellie x

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