- How does pan size affect baking time?
- How do you adjust the baking time for mini loaf pans?
- What is 1/2 of a 9×13 pan?
- How do you divide a 9×13 pan?
- What size pan is equivalent to a bundt pan?
- Can you use an angel food pan instead of a Bundt pan?
- What can I use instead of a 9×13 pan?
- What can I use if I don’t have a bundt pan?
- Can you bake a Bundt cake in a 9×13 pan?
- Do two 8×8 pans equal a 9×13?
- Can I use a 9×13 pan instead of 8×8?
- What is a 9×9 pan equivalent to?
- What is the difference between 9×13 and 13×9?
- What size is the perfect brownie pan?
- Can I use a 9×13 pan instead of 9×9?
- What can I use instead of a 10 inch tube pan?
- Can I use regular cake mix in a bundt pan?

## How does pan size affect baking time?

Just increase the oven temp by 25 degrees F and decrease the bake time by a quarter.

In this particular example, since your pan is 1 inch larger, more surface area will be exposed.

The liquid in the cake batter will evaporate quicker, which means it will bake faster..

## How do you adjust the baking time for mini loaf pans?

When adjusting baking time for mini loaf pans, the trick is to reduce the baking time by 1/4 of the baking time for the regular loaf recipe. For instance, if you are following a recipe that requires you to bake for 40 minutes for a regular 9-by-5 loaf, you will reduce the time to 30 minutes when baking mini loaves.

## What is 1/2 of a 9×13 pan?

A 9×13-inch pan holds between 12 and 14 cups and has 117 square inches of surface area. Therefore, halving pretty much any recipe that goes into a 9×13-inch pan means that you need a pan that holds between 6 and 8 cups and has about 60 square inches of surface area.

## How do you divide a 9×13 pan?

To figure this out, divide the area of the larger pan by the area of the 8-inch pan.For the 9- x 13-inch pan: 117 divided by 64 = 1.82, which is close enough to 2 that you can confidently double the recipe for the larger pan.For the half sheet: 192 divided by 64 is exactly 3, so you can multiply the recipe times 3.

## What size pan is equivalent to a bundt pan?

Baking Pan Size SubstitutionsPAN SIZEVOLUMESUBSTITUTE10x3-inch Bundt pan12 cupsTwo 8x4x2–½-inch loaf pans 9×3-inch angel food cake pan 9×3-inch springform pan13x9x2-inch cake pan14-15 cupsTwo 9-inch round cake pans Two 8-inch square cake pans4 more rows

## Can you use an angel food pan instead of a Bundt pan?

Although both pans have a tube in the center which promotes, rising, even baking and easy slicing, you can’t bake light, delicate cakes (like angel food and sponge) in a bundt pan (their batter will stick to the designs), but you can bake heavy, dense cakes (like pound cake and coffeecake) in a tube pan!

## What can I use instead of a 9×13 pan?

An 8” square pan and 9” round pan can be used interchangeably for cake and bar recipes. A recipe written for a 9” x 13” pan can also be made in two 9” round pans; one 9” round and one 8” round, or two 8” round pans.

## What can I use if I don’t have a bundt pan?

If You Don’t Own a Bundt Pan To do this, you’ll need a round cake pan or a springform pan, plus a clean, empty can (with its label removed), and some dried beans. Take your cake pan and butter it thoroughly as directed by your bundt cake recipe.

## Can you bake a Bundt cake in a 9×13 pan?

A 13×9-inch baking pan holds 14 cups and can easily accommodate a 12-cup Bundt cake recipe. For pound cake recipes that make 1 loaf pan (or 1 and 1/2 cups flour, 1 and 1/2 cups sugar) the cooking time for a 9×13-inch cake will be much less.

## Do two 8×8 pans equal a 9×13?

Yeah, just to do the math: an eight inch pan is 64 square inches (8×8=64), so double would be 128 square inches. 9×13 = 117 square inches. So the difference between doubled 8×8 and 9×13 is 11 square inches out of roughly 120, or less than ten percent difference.

## Can I use a 9×13 pan instead of 8×8?

Cut Your Recipe in Half You’re really in luck when it comes to using an 8×8 pan: it’s almost exactly half the size of your larger casserole dish! A 13×9 pan measures 117 square inches of surface area, which will hold about 14 cups of food. The 8×8 pan’s 64 inches of surface area can contain up to 8 cups.

## What is a 9×9 pan equivalent to?

Baking Pan Conversion ChartRecipe Calls ForVolumeUse Instead8-inch square baking dish8 cups1 (9 x 2-inch) deep dish pie plate; 1 (9 x 5-inch) loaf pan; 2 (8-inch) pie plates9-inch square baking dish8 cups1 (11 x 7-inch) baking dish; 1 (9 x 2-inch) deep dish pie plate; 1 (9 x 5-inch) loaf pan; 2 (8-inch) pie plates16 more rows•Sep 12, 2014

## What is the difference between 9×13 and 13×9?

There is no significant difference between a13- by 9-inch cake pan and a 9- by 13-inch cake pan. They are the same thing. … But whether the pan is labeled as 13- by 9-inch or 9- by 13-inch, it should have a volume of about 14 cups (or 3.3 liters) and be the right size for most sheet cake or bar cookie recipes.

## What size is the perfect brownie pan?

The Perfect Brownie Pan Set comes with an open bottom, non-stick pan that measures eleven inches long by seven inches wide. A thin non-stick sheet fits in the bottom to fill the hole during baking and also acts as a serving sheet in conjunction with a special rack. A divider pre-slices the batter before cooking.

## Can I use a 9×13 pan instead of 9×9?

An 8 x 8 square pan is 64 square inches, and I’ve often doubled recipes by using a 9 x 13, which is 117 square inches. Usually the baking time is only marginally longer. To double a 9 x 9 pan and bake in a 9 x 13, would yield a taller end result of the cake, and no doubt need a longer baking time.

## What can I use instead of a 10 inch tube pan?

If you’d really like to make a holiday bundt cake but don’t own a tube pan, there’s no need to rush out and buy one. This simple hack using a cake pan and a ramekin works just as well! This is yet another great tip we picked up from Michael Ruhlman’s book Ratio.

## Can I use regular cake mix in a bundt pan?

In sum, baking layer cake recipes in a Bundt pan will work fine. … NO ASSEMBLY REQUIRED: You can successfully bake the batter for two 9-inch layer cakes in a 15-cup Bundt pan—and you won’t have to spend a lot of time assembling and frosting.