For example; you could substitute a 8 x 8 inch (20 x 20 cm) square pan (which is 64 square inches), for a 9 inch (23 cm) round pan (which is 63.5 square inches), without changing the baking time or oven temperature stated in the original recipe.
Keeping this in consideration, can I use 9-inch cake pans instead of 8?
Think about whether the recipe should even be changed.
The batter is not finicky, and because you’re not worried about them rising much, you can easily use a 9-inch pan instead of an 8-inch or vice versa.
Accordingly, can I use a 9×13 pan instead of 9×9?
In general, the 13-by-9-inch cake will take about 5 to 10 minutes less than the 9-inch layers. To be safe, start checking about 15 minutes before the time in the original recipe. Cupcakes usually take about half as long as a 9-inch round cake.
Can I use a 9×5 pan instead of 8×8?
For example, if a recipe calls for baking in an 8×8 pan (64 square inch bottom) but you have a 9×5 loaf pan (45 square inches), the batter is going to be almost 1-1/2 times as deep. (To figure this, divide the original pan size in square inches by the new pan size = 64/45 = 1.4).
pan is about 2/3 the size of 13×9: (77 / 117 = 65%). Don’t want to make a big 13×9-inch pan?
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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.
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Yes, the 2 quarts pan measure the same 8by8; an eight-inch pan is 64 square, which means 8*8, equal to 64. What Size Is A 2 Quart Casserole Dish?
Is a 9×13 dish 2 quarts? To know the answer to this, you must first understand that there are four cups in a single quart. A 9×13 pan can hold between 3 ½ and 3 ¾ quarts. Therefore, a 9×13 dish can hold two quartz but is not necessarily a 2-quart baking dish.
The simplest substitute: 8″ square = 9″ round
You’ve just seen the easiest, most basic pan substitution: the capacity of an 8” square pan and 9” round pan are the same (64”) and the pans can be substituted for one another in any recipe.
The typical two-quart casserole dish is 8 inches wide by 8 inches long and 2 inches deep. These dimensions hold the exact two-quart volume needed for many casserole recipes. A rectangular casserole dish that is 11.1 inches long by 7.1 inches wide by 1.7 inches high also holds two quarts.
11×7 inch pan holds 10 cups of batter, the same as a 10×2 inch round pan, 9×2-inch square pan, 9×2.5 inch springform pan, 10×3 inch Bundt pan, and a 10×15 inch jelly roll pan. 9×13 inch pan holds 14-16 cups of batter, essentially the same as 2 9×2-inch round pans.