#### How many cake mixes for a sheet cake

## How many boxes of cake mix do I need for a 12×18 sheet cake?

I have a 12×18 sheet pan, how many cake mixes do I need and how long do I bake them? An 18×12-inch is about double the area of a normal 13×9-inch baking pan that one box of cake mix fits however the depth of your pan also needs to be considered.

## How many boxes of cake mix do I need for a 11×15 sheet cake?

A snack cake mix sold in bags or small boxes ideally made for an 8-by-8-inch pan with a 4-inch depth makes about 256 cubic inches of cake . If you’re looking to fill an 11-by-15-inch cake pan to about the same depth, you’ll need at least two cake mixes , which together make 512 cubic inches of cake .

## What size is full sheet cake?

For example, if your “ full ” sheet pan is 18” x 24”, you should find a half- size pan that’s 12” x 18” and a quarter pan that’s 9” x 12”, since those numbers divide evenly into each other.

## How much batter goes into a sheet cake?

Wedding Cake Baking Time and Batter Amounts – Two Inch Deep Pans

Pan Shape | Size | Cups Batter 1 Layer, 2 in. |
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Sheet | 7 x 11″ 9 x 13″ 11 x 15″ 12 x 18″ 14 x 22″ | 5-1/2 7 11 14 16 |

Square | 6″ 8″ 10″ 12″ 14″ 16″ | 2 4 6 10 13-1/2 15-1/2 |

Heart | 6″ 8″ 9″ 10″ 12″ 14″ 15″ 16″ | 1-1/2 3-1/2 4 5 8 10 11 12 1/2 |

Petal | 6″ 9″ 12″ 15″ | 1-1/2 3-1/2 7 12 |

## Can you put 2 cake mixes in 9×13 pan?

Sheet Pans The sheet pan closest to the right size for two boxes of cake mix is the common 9-inch-by-13-inch size. It’s the right size for 10 cups of batter, which would bake for roughly 45 minutes at 350F.

## Is a 12×18 a full sheet cake?

thanks so much! If the cake you make w/the 12×18 is 2″ deep/tall then to figure servings you would figure 6 times 9 = 54. Professional bakeries literally use a sheet pan for a full sheet cake . Hence the terms full sheet , half sheet etc.

## How many 6 inch cakes will a box mix make?

One box of cake mix will fill two round, 6 – inch or 7- inch cake pans. One 8- inch round cake pan uses approximately 3 1/2 cups of batter, while one 10- inch round pan uses 6 cups.

## How long do you bake a cake in a 11×15 pan?

12 x 18 x 2 pan 325 for 40 minutes at least. What size cake is 11×15 ?

4 In. High Cakes The figures for 2 in. pans are based on a two-layer, 4 in. high cake . Fill pans 1/2 to 2/3 full. | ||
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Pan Shape | Size | Party Servings |

Sheet | 11 x 15 in. | 54 |

12 x 18 in. | 72 | |

Paisley | 9 x 6 in. | 9 |

## How many does a 11×15 sheet cake serve?

90 servings

## How much cake do I need for 25 guests?

10 in cakes can be sensibly served to up to 25 people with each slice measuring about 1 1⁄4 inches across the back or about the width of a teaspoon. As with the 8 inch cakes , 10 inch cakes can be served event style. Cut event style, a 10 inch cake can be served to as many as 39 people .

## What size is a 1/2 sheet cake?

A half sheet cake size can vary depending on where you get it from. When you get a half sheet cake from a bakery, it is generally either 15 inches by 11 inches , 15 1/2 inches by 10 1/2 inches or even as big as 16 inches by 12 inches .

## How much does a full sheet cake cost?

Servings | Price | |
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1/2 Sheet-1 Layer | 25-30 Med. or 48 Small Servings | $36.99 |

1/2 Sheet-2 Layer | 40-50 Med. or 96 Small Servings | $59.99 |

Full Sheet-1 Layer | 50-60 Med. or 96 Small Servings | $65.99 |

Full Sheet-2 Layer | 85-100 Med or 180 Small Servings | $115.99 |

## How many layers should a cake have?

two layers

## What happens if you put too much batter in a cake pan?

Overmixing a batter is very easy to do , especially since most people now rely on their stand mixers. Too much air mixed into a batter can result in a fallen cake . Once you ‘ve beaten in the sugar and butter, it’s best to continue with a light hand and fold in the dry ingredients as gently as possible.

## How thick should cake layers be?

It is about the ratio of cake to frosting/filling, different levels of sweetness, and a mix of texture. If filled with buttercream, I personally strive for cake layers that are twice as thick as the filling (ideally with cake layers that are about 1 inch tall and filling about 1/2 inch thick ).