So i got a last minute order today. She said mini cake like 3 times. They dont like cake but it is a coworkers b.day. She said 8 ppl maybe 10 would eat. And they repeated again. We arent cake people. Would a 2layered 6'' wide 3'' deep be enough? I dont have a 7'' pan and 8'' would be way too big. What would you do? tia!
Hmmm you could do it with a 6" pan but if it is going to be for 8-10 people I think it would be cutting it very small and thing...
How about cup cakes? that may work better in place and you could do 12 and you know everyone would have one
Hope this helps
According to Wilton's serving guide a 6" cake that is cut 1x2x3 inches will serve 12.
How about a 6" round, 4" high cake? That would be enough to feed 10 people with a little to spare for any stragglers. I also think that MissLizzy's idea is a good one, too.
you can do a 6", especially if she kept repeating that they don't want that much cake. i had a customer ask the same thing..."maybe just 8 or 10 people." i did a 3" deep 6" and it was fine.
Thanks everyone! I'm going to do the 6''. I wish they wanted cupcakes but they wanted a cake w/ a rocker theme