Cake To Feed 40? How Would You Do It?

Decorating By momof3jotynjake Updated 18 May 2007 , 2:46am by steffla

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momof3jotynjake Posted 17 May 2007 , 1:36pm
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Good morning!!!

It has been so long since ive been here! i was out due to my pregnancy last year.. and then we moved. so its been almost a year and a half!!! But, i think im ready to get back into cake making, i really miss it!!! I am no longer momof3 lol. im mom of 4 boys!!! so i have to change my name also!

Someone has asked me to make a cake that feeds 40. I cannot remember is that a 1/2 sheet? lol. thanks!! for a 1/2 sheet i was thinking of charging 50.00. she wants a golf theme.

Thank you everyone!!


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mbelgard Posted 17 May 2007 , 2:41pm
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A 12x18 serves 50. I haven't used an 11x15 so I'm not sure on that.
I do know that a 6" and 10" tier will serve 40 Wilton party size servings (1 1/2"x2") because I'm doing those sizes next week.

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GeminiRJ Posted 17 May 2007 , 5:49pm
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I usually figure an 11x15 serves about 35. If they want BIG pieces, it won't work and you'd be better off with the 12x18. Congratulations on your baby...and all your boys! I have twin boys that rule my world.

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steffla Posted 18 May 2007 , 2:46am
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This thread really helped me, hope it helps you too!!! Welcome back!

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