Trying to convert a square cake into a round pan? Use this chart to determine
how much batter you need for different sizes and shapes of baking pans.
To know how much volume your Baking Pans hold, use a measuring cup and
pour water in (keeping track as you go, of course, and not letting your mind
The Baking Pan Substitutions Chart shows the sizes and volume of some of the
common bakeware pans. The chart will help to assist you in selecting a ...
Pan Size Substitutions are possible if you do not have the specific sized baking
pan, dish, or mold called for in a recipe. Check out this helpful table.
Aug 24, 2016 ... I baked a cake in a Bundt pan for a dinner party. For lack of that particular tube
pan, I could have divvied up the recipe's same batter into two 8- ...
Cakes from 3 in. to 6 in. high, baked in the same size pan, would yield the same
number of servings because they follow the same pattern of cutting. Cakes ...
Jun 22, 2015 ... So you only have a 9-inch round cake pan? Don't run out to the store to buy more
sizes! With just a little math, you can adapt baking recipes to ...
This chart contains pan size substitutions to use when you don't have the correct
size. It includes pan size, volume, and substitution size, as well as tips on ...
Here is a very helpful list indicating the volume of most baking pans. ... 8″ x 1-1/
2″ round layer cake pan; 8″ x 4″ x 2-1/2″ loaf pan; 9″ x 1-1/2″ round pie ...
Use this chart as a guide when baking wedding cake tiers. Fill pans 1/2 to 2/3 full;
3 in. deep pans should be filled only 1/2 full. Batter amounts for the 2 in. cakes ...