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8in and 10 in cake

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am making a 2 tier cake and I was wondering if 8in and 10in well feed 50 people were also making cupcakes for all the kids. so the little kids well be eating cupcakes.
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Round or Square?
An 8" round serves 24 and an 10" round serves 39.
An 8" square serves 32 and a 10" square serves 50.
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CC'r metria has this awsome cakulator on her blog. It's very helpful when trying to figure out servings.

http://shinymetalobjects.net/cake/calculator/test/cakulator.html
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Wow, that is an awesome link! Thanks!
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Originally Posted by debbief

CC'r metria has this awsome cakulator on her blog. It's very helpful when trying to figure out servings.

http://shinymetalobjects.net/cake/calculator/test/cakulator.html



Thanks for the link!! Very helpful
Relax, pop a cupcake in your mouth or eat cake.
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Relax, pop a cupcake in your mouth or eat cake.
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