I'm looking for the REAL number on a 15'' petal shape cake. I seen on the web, the numbers come from 64 to 96...
My portions is normally: 1''X 2'' x 4'' (almost 5'').
Thanks to all for your reply!
I would say in the low 70's -- a 15" petal is basically a 13" round cake* with wings right? so a thirteen inch serves 67 so the extra scalloped bits are gonna feed maybe sixteen more servings in a perfect world -- so ultimately you could get over 80 but factor in the skill of the cake server and the wonkiness of the odd shaped cake and around 70 servings is my opinion --
*but I don't have that pan anymore so I can't measure -- if it's closer to a solid 14" round cake add ten servings
(serving charts are suggestions)
you know -- measure from the point between two scallops across the pan to the corresponding point to determine its core shape -- if it's 13" then 70ish -- if it's 14" you'll get 80ish
That is what I'm thinking for the measurement! You think the samed thing than me. Thank you for your help!!
70 portions sounds good to me too!
Thanks for sharing the Wilton guide, Unlimited! I saved it.