Adair County Cooperative Extension Service

Baking Pan Sizes and Oven Temperatures

Prepared by: Barbara Brown, OSU Food Specialist and adapted from: Kansas State University

Baking Pan Sizes
and
Batter Amounts
Cake Pans

Rectangular Pans    Batter Amount
8X8X2" Deep 6 Cups
9X9X1 1/2" Deep 8 Cups
9X9X2" Deep 10 Cups
13X9X2" Deep 14 Cups

Round Pans            Batter Amounts
9X9X2" Deep 10 Cups
13X9X2" Deep 14 Cups

Pie Plates Batter Amount
8X1 1/4" Deep 3 cups filling to be level with top; 4 to 4 1/2 cups filling, mounded.
9X1/2" Deep 4 cups filling to be leveled with top; 5 to 6 cups filling, mounded

Loaf Pans

Batter Amount
8 1/2 X 4 1/2 X 2 1/2" Deep 6 Cups
9X5X3" Deep 8 Cups


OVEN TEMPERATURES

If your treasured family recipe describes oven temperature as slow, moderate or hot, this quick reference chart will help you decide what temperature to set your oven.

Oven Description

Temperature in Degrees
Very Slow Oven 250 - 275
Slow Oven 300 - 325
Moderate Oven 350 - 375
Hot Oven 400 - 425
Very Hot Oven 450 - 475
Extremely Hot Oven 500 - 525


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