Do you make your sheet cakes 2 layer?
do you mean 2 layers each 2" thick
a single 2" layer torted (split in half) and filling in between?
two very different things.
I do the torted 2" layer all the time.
oops, sorry about all the posts. I was interested in 2 - 2" layers. I personally do not do it, but I know everyone is different. Thanks for all the replies.
I also torte the 2 inch layer all the time.I never offer it in double layer though and if I do my prices are double than my regular sheet cake prices.
I split and fill a single 2inch layer. Unless its far a wedding, then it will be 2-2inch layers, either each one split or just filling in the center, it depends on how the main cake is done. I make a wedding sheet to match the wedding cake, so that guest do not know which cake they are eating.
I have done them both ways depending on how many servings customer needs.
For the most part I make a single 2" layer; sometimes split; sometimes inject filling other times no filling - depending on what the customer wants.
Have two prices. One for a single layer and one for a double layer with a filling.
I only torte my sheet cakes if a customer requests a filling.
The number of servings and the decoration to be put on the top determine what I do.
If the size/design dictates a 2" cake, then I torte & fill it.
If the size/design dictates a 4" cake, then I fill in between the layers, but rarely torte, unless the client requests extra filling.