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.

Consequently, How big is a 2 quart pan?

The inside dimensions of the most common 2-quart casserole dishes are square dishes that are **8 inches wide by 8 inches long by 2 inches deep** or round dishes that are 9 inches in diameter and 2 inches deep.

Also question is, Will 2 8×8 pans equal a 9×13?

You can split the original recipe between two 8×8 dishes and freeze an entire pan for later. Or, bake your recipe in the original 13×9 and cut out individual portions.

Besides Can I use a 9×13 pan instead of 8×8 for brownies? This particular recipe should double with no issues – a 9×13 pan **is approximately twice the size of an 8×8**, so twice the amount of ingredients will spread out perfectly. simply making it in a bigger pan may result in overcooked sides and raw/under-risen middle.

Also, What is half the size of a 9×13 pan?

When halving a basic 9×13 casserole, cut the recipe in half and bake it in an **8×8-inch** pan. One final tip: If a recipe calls for just 1 egg, still include that entire egg when halving the recipe.

What is a 9×13 pan doubled?

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**.

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## 23 Related Questions and Answers Found

**What is equivalent to a 9×13 pan?**

9×13 inch pan holds 14-16 cups of batter, essentially the same as **2 9×2-inch round pans**.

**Can you make brownies in a 9×13 pan?**

Can I Make Ghirardelli Brownies in a 9×13 Pan? **Yes!** **You can**, but you will need to make a double batch OR expect thin brownies.

**How many brownies are in a 9×13 pan?**

The brownies will be a little thicker in a 9 x 13” pan. 8 x 8= 64 square inches, doubled that’s 128. 9 x 13= **117**.

**What pan should I use to make brownies?**

For classic brownies, we like to use **a metal baking pan** instead of a glass or ceramic one. Metal will cook evenly, prevent over-browning, and yield straight edges. Since you’re going to butter your baking dish, nonstick isn’t necessary, either.

**Can you use a 9×13 pan instead of two 9-inch pans?**

For example, if a 9×13 inch pan is 117 square inches and a 9-inch round pan is 63.5 square inches, you can be confident that the volume from one 9×13 inch pan can fit into TWO 9-inch round pans (approximately 120 square inches total).

**What is a 9×9 pan doubled?**

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.

**How do you cut a 9×13 cake in half?**

Cutting the Layers

Turn your cake out of the pan, but leave the parchment paper attached for now. **Use a sharp serrated knife** to cut the cake cleanly in half to create two rectangular layers. A standard baking sheet/half sheet pan is about 13 x 18 inches. Cutting in half should create two 13 x 9-inch layers.

**How many 9×13 pans are in a sheet pan?**

It would seem like a no-brainer that doubling a 9″ x 13″ recipe would be perfect in a 13″ x 18″ half-sheet pan. After all, 117 x 2 = **234** exactly.

**How many cups of batter are in a 9×13 pan?**

A 13-by-9-inch pan holds **12 cups**. And a standard cupcake pan, with 1/2 cup batter in each of six cups, holds 3 cups.

**Can I use a 9×13 pan instead of a Bundt pan?**

Can you bake a Bundt cake in a 13×9 pan? **Yes—but don’t overfill the pan**. Be sure to leave about 1/2″ to 1/4″ of space at the top to give the cake room to grow. You’ll also need to adjust your baking time.

**What makes brownies fudgy?**

Fudgy brownies have a **higher fat-to-flour ratio than cakey** ones. … A cakey batch has more flour and relies on baking powder for leavening. The amount of sugar and eggs does not change whether you’re going fudgy or cakey. See the recipes below to get an idea of the ratios needed to achieve your ideal brownie.

**Can you bake two batches of brownies at once?**

Of course you can, **as long as the two pans fit into your oven at the same time**. Don’t bake 2 sheets of brownies at the same time, brownies must be baked in the middle of the oven to cook through and brown evenly. … Flour used is usually unbleached, all-purpose.

**What does baking soda do to brownies?**

Adding baking powder or baking soda **lifts brownies up and creates a cakier result**. But today, we all want a brownie so dense and fudgy that it’s basically 1 step up from eating pure chocolate. You’ll get a taste of how dense these brownies are when you’re mixing up the batter.

**Is 5 grams enough for brownies?**

For beginners, start with a dosage of 5 milligrams per serving (in Colorado the agreed serving of THC in edibles is 10mg). If three grams of ground marijuana equals 300mg of THC, take the 300mg and divide by the expected recipe yield – a classic pot brownie recipe makes 60 brownies – to get **5mg per brownie**.

**How do you cut a 9×13?**

** For a 13×9 pan: **

- Start on the shorter side facing toward you. Measure to the middle point and cut away from you.
- Find the halfway point between the edge and the middle cut, and cut all the way down. Repeat on the other side of the middle cut. …
- Turn the pan longways. …
- Repeat on the other side of the middle cut.

**Can I cook brownies in aluminum foil pan?**

Make Brownies and Bars Easy to Cut:

Baking with aluminum foil is a great way to make cutting your cookies and brownie bars easier. To make bar cookies or brownies that lift right out of the pan, first line the pan with Reynolds Wrap® Non-Stick Foil, leaving a few inches on the sides to use as handles. Bake as directed.

**Is it better to cook brownies in glass or metal pan?**

Aluminum and nonstick pans are generally best for brownies, although ceramic, which is slower to absorb heat, will work, too, but will produce a lighter-colored product at the end. If you must use glass, **reduce the oven temperature by 25 degrees** and bake for the same duration of time to achieve desirable results.

**What can I use if I don’t have a brownie pan?**

Square and Rectangular Baking Pans

If you’re making brownies or cookie bars that don’t rise very much you can use a **9″ square** and a 9″ x 13″ rectangular pan interchangeably. If you’re making a cake or something with a looser batter, you cannot use them interchangeably.

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