Sheet Cake Pans

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msg1474 Posted 22 Jun 2006 , 11:20pm
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What does one use for a full sheet cake? I have been using the Wilton sheet cake pan (large size) and making two of them to make a full size sheet cake. Is this the proper way of making a full size sheet cake or is their a full size sheet cake pan? What do the grocery stores use?
Monica

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MrsMissey Posted 22 Jun 2006 , 11:58pm
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I don't know what grocery stores use bu I use the Wilton 11 x 15 and put two together as well for a full sheet cake. Anything larger than the 11 x 1 5 and I wouldn't be able to close my oven door!

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puzzlegut Posted 23 Jun 2006 , 12:12am
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Out of curiousity, when you say you bake 2 cakes of the same size, do you put them side by side or do you stack them and make 2 layers?

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debsuewoo Posted 23 Jun 2006 , 12:21am
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side by side, glued together with icing.

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fat-sissy Posted 23 Jun 2006 , 1:31am
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I think a full sheet is 18x24 or two 12x18's side by side.

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TPDC Posted 23 Jun 2006 , 3:30am
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My full sheet is 16x24, but when I make that size I am renting a kitchen.

If family wanted a full sheet cake, they would get 2-12x18's (side by side) from me.

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