Sheet Cake Questions......

Business By Sugar_Bunny Updated 19 Mar 2012 , 11:43am by leah_s

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Sugar_Bunny Posted 19 Mar 2012 , 10:42am
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I'm just starting out my cake business and am still in the process of figuring out my prices, servings etc.

I have an order for a sheet cake. I'm wondering what the standard size serving for a sheet cake is? After doing research on the internet, I'm confused icon_confused.gif

How many servings do you get out of a 9x13" sheet cake?

Do you torte and fill your sheet cakes?

Do you normally make your sheet cakes 4" in height like a standard cake?

I was planning on making a 9x13x2 sheet cake and filling it with buttercream and strawberry preserves and icing in fondant.

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leah_s Posted 19 Mar 2012 , 11:43am
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Standard serving size is 8 square inches. You can achieve that by cutting a 2" tall cake (traditional sheet) in 2" by 2" by 2" tall = 8 square inches. OR, for a layer cake (traditionally 4" tall) you cut 1" by 2" by 4" tall = 8 square inches

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