Cake Help For 50 + People!!

Decorating By lesn Updated 27 Jul 2008 , 11:19pm by leah_s

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lesn Posted 27 Jul 2008 , 10:36pm
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So I am still fairly new to making cakes. I have done a couple two tier cakes, and a couple 9x13 cakes, but never a cake for 50 + before. I was wondering how I am going to do this. I was thinking about doing a sheet cake. (that would be easiest right?) So what size should the cake be? Also if I want to make two flavor cakes how do I do that? Do I need a heating core thing in the middle so it cooks right? Okay can you tell I have no idea. icon_redface.gif Any help I would GREATLY appreciate. Thank you.

Leslie (feeling totally embarassed now)

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leah_s Posted 27 Jul 2008 , 11:19pm
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First, take a breath. In my world, 50 servings is very small. icon_smile.gif

Serving charts can be found at Look for the wedding serving chart is this if for a wedding, or the party serving chart if this is for a party.

For a sheet cake with two flavors, you can make two smaller cakes and butt them up against each other and ice over the whole thing.

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