Cake Pans

Baking By naliniprabhala Updated 8 Jul 2016 , 5:51pm by CWR41

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naliniprabhala Posted 8 Jul 2016 , 4:08pm
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I have an order for a full sheet cake and I already have 2 (11 x 15) cake pans. Can I use these 2 pans and put the cakes next to each otheror should I buy a full sheet can.  What are the pros and cons of each? Thanks

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Singerssoul Posted 8 Jul 2016 , 5:46pm
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Can you fit a whole sheet cake pan in your oven?  Most standard ovens are not big enough to accommodate that.  You could certainly combine the smaller cakes on a large enough board to create the full sheet.

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CWR41 Posted 8 Jul 2016 , 5:51pm
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Two 11x15 1/3 sheets don't equal a 16x24 full  sheet.  A full sheet pan probably won't fit in your oven.  Two 12x18 1/2 sheets (serve 108) and would be closer to an actual 16x24 full sheet (serves 96) rather than using two 11x15 1/3 sheets (serves 74).  HTH.

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