Wasc 9X13

Baking By tullicious Updated 12 Aug 2011 , 1:18am by mfoxx9

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tullicious Posted 12 Aug 2011 , 12:59am
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I use the full 2 mix WASC recipe for my 12x18 half sheet and it is always perfect. The chart for amount of batter per pan that I have used forever says 14 cups for 12x18 and 7 cups for 9x13. So why doesn't my 9x13 come out high enough? Unless my chart is wrong. I hate to make the whole recipe, but I feel like that's the only thing I can do, and then have extra batter. Advice? Thx!

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mfoxx9 Posted 12 Aug 2011 , 1:18am
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I use the *Original* WASC recipe that uses just one cake mix. I agree, when I use that recipe for a 9x13, it isn't enough batter to get a full 2" layer. It does make some sense, though, that if a 12x18 takes 14 cups, a 9x13 should take slightly more than 7 cups. If you double a 9x13, it would be 13x18, not 12x18. I've been trying to combine baking for different orders so I can make more than one recipe and have enough batter for the 9x13 plus another, smaller cake or some cupcakes.

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