Newbie Question: Dont Have Half Sheet Pan

Decorating By Pickulz Updated 3 Nov 2009 , 9:00am by majka_ze

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Pickulz Posted 3 Nov 2009 , 8:38am
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I need to bake a cake for a friend and she gave me a picture/size of the cake she wants...and it is a rectangular cake that is about 16 inches by 12 inches...I thought a half sheet cake pan would be good....but unfortunately I dont have that....she needs to feed about 35 ppl.
Can I use any other rectangular pan and join the pieces with icing to create the size and put BC on top to have one solid recntagular block???

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majka_ze Posted 3 Nov 2009 , 9:00am
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How high will be the cake? Double layer, meaning 4" high? For 35 people half sheet pan is too large - 9" x 13" still feeds 40 ppll, the 16" x 12" feeds 60.

But of course you can "glue" cakes with buttercream together - you need very stable cake board underneath, but otherwise it isn't a problem.

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