## Servings Chart For Odd Size Pans?

By SpecialtyCakesbyKelli Updated 14 Apr 2010 , 2:54am by SpecialtyCakesbyKelli

SpecialtyCakesbyKelli Posted 13 Apr 2010 , 2:30am
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Okay, I have the wilton serving chart.... but it doesn't have odd size square servings. Does anyone know how many servings a 9" square serves? 2inch pans?

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Spills Posted 13 Apr 2010 , 2:46am
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I actually find this chart to be great - I don't even use the Wilton chart for servings anymore HTH

http://www.earlenescakes.com/ckserchart.htm

SpecialtyCakesbyKelli Posted 13 Apr 2010 , 3:26am
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Thanks.... I have Earlenes... I that one for bday cakes mostly. I try to use Wilton for weddings.

leily Posted 13 Apr 2010 , 12:10pm
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I do the math to get sizes for the odd size ones. There are a total of 40 servings that are 8cubic inches in a 9"x9"x4" square cake.

(although I usually tell people it serves 30-40, not everyone is going to cut that last row 1" wide and then ever 2" to get the proper 8 cubic inch piece - if your cutting it then it's not as big of a deal)

HTH

SpecialtyCakesbyKelli Posted 13 Apr 2010 , 1:15pm
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Thanks... that's what I came up with by looking at the servings on a 10 vs an 8. So I'm going with a 12, 9, and 6 to make this cake. Thanks for the input!

prterrell Posted 13 Apr 2010 , 11:44pm
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Squares and rectangles are the easiest to calculate. Below assumes a 1x2x4 serving size

9x9 = 81 (surface area of pan)

1x2 = 2 (surface area of piec of cake)

81/2 = 40.5

So, a 9" square serves 40

SpecialtyCakesbyKelli Posted 14 Apr 2010 , 2:54am
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Thanks! I knew there must be some kind of way to figure it....I just hate math LOL