Furthermore, can I use 8×8 instead of 9×13?
We’ve all been there: Your recipe calls for a 9×13 pan but all you have is an 8×8 pan, or vice versa. Fortunately these two common baking dish sizes are really easy to go between. In fact, you likely won’t even need to pull out a calculator.
Secondly, how big is a 9×9 pan?
How long do you bake a cake in a 9-inch round pan?
9-inch round cake pans: For a two-layer cake, divide the batter evenly between two 9-inch rounds and bake for 20 to 22 minutes. For a three-layer cake, divide the batter evenly between three 9-inch round cake pans and bake for 17 to 19 minutes.
|9-inch pie pan||4 cups|
|8x4x2½–inch loaf pan||6 cups|
|9x5x3-inch loaf pan||8 cups|
|15x10x1-inch jelly-roll pan||10 cups|
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.
Some common baking pan sizes
- Square pans (like brownie pans) 8x8x2-in pan, also called a 8-inch square pan is 20x20x5 cm (8 cup volume) …
- Round cake pans. 6” x 2-in (15 cm x 5 cm) (4 cup volume) …
- Rectangular bakeware. 9x13x2-in pan is 23x33x5-cm (16 cup volume)
- Sheet pans. …
- Loaf cake pans. …
- Pie plates. …
- Bunt pans and tube pans.
A recipe calling for a 9” square pan can be baked in an 8” x 12” oval casserole as is; or can be increased by 50% and baked in a 9” x 13” pan. A standard butter or oil cake recipe (about 6 cups of batter) can be baked in a 10-cup or larger Bundt pan.
The 9×9 pan = a kitchen staple. For a dish that will bake bars, cakes, and casseroles—and look good, too—here are the pans to buy.