This Baking Pan Equivalents Chart is a great resource to check the volume on pans and what pans can be used in place of other pans!
We are taking a a departure from sugar today. We’ll be backed to our regularly scheduled sweet treats soon, don’t worry.
But seriously, probably THE MOST asked question I get on this website is “can I use ___ pan instead of ___ pan?”. I am serious…I get this question on almost every single cake I make. Trust me, I understand…the last thing anyone wants to do is go out and buy a pan that you are going to use in one recipe. Not cool.
Anyhow, for the longest time I would guess at pan sizes when I ran into this issue… I always figured you can sub out most pans for others (MOST) as long as you switch up the bake time. And while, that’s true, it’s certainly not a foolproof piece of advice.
So I went ahead and did the dirty work of finding the volumes of all the standard pans and pairing them with pans with equivalent volumes! Get it? Like, if you don’t have a 10- inch Bundt pan but NEED THAT CAKE!! No worries, my sugar-starved friend…use your 9×13 pan instead! They both have a 12 cup volume capacity!
AND the great thing is since that chart up there is pretty small to read (ALL THE INFO!) I have a FANTASTIC printable version!!
CLICK THE LINK BELOW to PRINT OUT THE CHART! Tape it to the inside of your baking pan cabinet and it will always be there!