TopicFull sheet birthday cake.
PostedSun, Sep 08th 2019 11:37 AM
Because size conversions can get confusing, one way you can simplify things is to choose pans that have lengths or widths that are divisible by each other. 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.
You can also use a sheet pan extender to increase the height of your cake. Sheet pan extenders help to prevent your batter from overbaking while simultaneously creating perfectly straight edges. Even though there’s no standard definition of a full, half, or quarter sized sheet cake, using inches to describe the size of your cake is always a safe bet. So, whether you’re filling a routine sheet cake order or stocking your bakery’s supplies for the very first time, we can help you find the proper sized pan for the job.