Have you ever seen a recipe but wanted to make a larger or smaller version? If so then our nifty calculator makes this a doddle. Simply enter your recipe, the tin sizes and up pops your new recipe. It can even convert from square to round tins and vice versa... If you have any thoughts please leave it in comments below...
If you're struggling to convert a favourite recipe (and cooking times) to fit a different size tin, Problem solved!! CakeBaker, the expert in Baking Apps, has come up with a brand new, nifty App also called The CakeOmeter.
The cake converter worked a dream, many thanks for this.I had also hoped to be advised of the time difference in different size tins, but could not find this information unfortunately.Can you help please?
Murphy - 6-Oct-13 @ 10:14 PM
Worked perfectly for me!Yay!Thank you thank you thank you!! Will be using this all the time now!
BakeCake - 4-Oct-13 @ 7:50 PM
AM sorry to say i have done what it says and no new recipe comes up at the bottom. so it dosn't work.
BUDDY - 3-Oct-13 @ 7:55 PM
It hasn't worked for me!!I have typed in all ingredients and the different tin sizes but nothing has happened!Do I have to do anything else?
Mavis52 - 28-Sep-13 @ 4:36 PM
Ok so I got all the ingredients, but how do I know how long to cook the cake for?The description says that it includes cooking times, but where?Please help!!
Kaz - 23-Sep-13 @ 2:51 PM
I may be doing something wrong here, I wrote down all the ingredients for 6 inch cake pan and in the conversion I get all the ingredients except the flour.Why!!
mari - 1-Sep-13 @ 4:05 AM
I am so happy as I have converted a 12" to 10" chocolate tier for my daughter's wedding cake. I was a bit worried up to now. Thank you so much
Charlie - 29-Aug-13 @ 3:08 PM
This is just awesome the days of me trying to work it out myself are now history, brilliant idea thanks you thank you. Off to start my twin daughters three tier game of thrones 18th birthday cake, using the tins I already had thus saving myself cash on buying new ones.
Carol - 25-Aug-13 @ 11:10 AM
Hi there found this brilliant for my needs, my sister wants me to make her wedding cake as its going to be a 4 tier this has worked a treat but I was wondering if you could help me with the cooking times aswell as im not to sure about that if possible I recently did a 6" x 6" x 3" trial of madeira cake and that took around 1hr 50mins at gas mark 4 im going to be doing a 8x8 10x10 and 12x12 if you could help me with this I would be so grateful thank you
malcy - 20-Aug-13 @ 10:31 PM
this seems so easy - thanks - when I got my quantities, converting from small round to large square amounts seemed enormous then noticed original rounds were for two separate cakes so just halved the amounts given - haven't tried yet but seems to be about right.
postie - 4-Aug-13 @ 6:35 AM
Could you give me a guide to convert round tin sizes to the equivalent square tin.
Many thanks, Polly
Polly - 28-Jul-13 @ 3:04 PM
Yes, love the app but no cooking times shown.I am now trying to convert from 2 sandwich tins as I don't want to include a filling but want to make one large cake.Can you help?
Alex - 26-Jul-13 @ 11:32 AM
the app worked well converting the measures but what about the cooking time?
bellevueace - 25-Jul-13 @ 7:24 PM
i've got it! my mistake! i put the tin sizes in wrong? oop! thanks for this app, i'm sure it will help me lots now! haha! off to bake a cake now X
angie - 23-Jul-13 @ 8:10 PM
hiya, im making a chocolate cake and have no problems with entering the ingredients, it seems like an excellent app. i am only confused at the bottom where it states new recipe. is this the extra amount i add to my existing recipe? It surely cant be the new recipe? your comments would greatly help before i make a kitchen disaster! ha! : )
angie - 23-Jul-13 @ 7:38 PM
I think this calculator will be fantastic for allowing me to scale up a Christmas cake recipe to 3 tiers for a wedding cake. However, like many of your previous customers, I am wondering whether you just round up or down the fractions of grammes, teaspoons , mls and whole eggs to make it practical for weighing and measuring the new recipe ingredients? I presume the tolerances are such, especially in a fruit cake, that it won't make much difference to the finished results.I am wondering now about cooking times for the larger cakes.Thanks.
CW - 18-Jul-13 @ 12:52 PM
It doesn't ask but what if the original recipe makes 2 or 3 cakes? Most recipes don't just make one 8 or 9 inch round cake but may make 2 or 3. How do I account for that when trying to convert to a different size pan?
N - 18-Jul-13 @ 2:28 AM
Hi! What happened to this app? I can't find it in the AppStore anymore. :(
chocydolly - 15-Jul-13 @ 6:54 AM
I have just been on your cakeometer and love but have a query! It has converted an 8inch round cake to a 10inch round cake but some of the ingredients are odd like for the 10inch it says to use 4.7 eggs is it best to use 5 or 4 1/2 some of the other ingredients are odd too so do you suggest to round up or down.Thank you for your help
Aggie - 30-Jun-13 @ 7:24 PM
Hii most really be doing something wrong. Put every thing in plus the cake tin size from 6inch to 8inch nothing happens am i ment to click on something else.
buddy - 18-Jun-13 @ 7:48 PM
Hi...I was trying to figure out how much time it took to convert a coconut cake recipe into cupcakes and it did not work for me.Maybe I have too many ingredients? Thanks for any info you can give me:)
Amy - 1-Jun-13 @ 5:37 PM
The CakeOmeter was excellent scaling up from on 8" to 10" cake tin. However the most important part was the cooking TIME , but there was no mention of how long to cook the cake !I saw a comment about turning the cake halfway thru the normal cooking cycle however as far as I know one cannot open the oven during te cake cooking process ..hence I still don't know how long to cook this chocolate cake !HELP !
Mary - 27-May-13 @ 8:10 PM
@Buddy. We've just checked this and it definitely works. Just add your ingredients then put 6 inches in the existing tin space and 8 inches in the new tin space. You new recipe shows at the bottom.
CakeBaker - 20-May-13 @ 11:52 AM
Hi i've put all the igredients in for a 6inch round cake tinbut am wantimg to icrease it to a 8 inch round cake tin but nothing happens when i've finished your list. Am i doing something wrong . Am wanting to make my wedding cake and am stuck with out the new weight for my ingrdients. Thanks L Bowers
buddy - 18-May-13 @ 4:51 PM
What if your recipe yields two 8 inch pans?
love2bake - 15-May-13 @ 3:33 AM
I can't seem to get this to convert for me, what am I doing wrong?X by all ingredients but one?
calgirl97 - 3-May-13 @ 4:12 PM
I used this to upscale from 7 inch to 8, 9, and 10 inch sponge recipes with no problems.
DoubleS - 22-Apr-13 @ 1:08 PM
Thanks for a very useful tool. Regarding eggs, I have found it useful to tweek the height of the tin in the calculation table until it gives a reading for whole eggs eg. my 'new' tin size of 7cm height came up as needing 7.5 eggs, but by gradually tweeking down the tin height by, trial and error, to 6.55 cm it came to 7 eggs.
maryharri - 27-Mar-13 @ 9:51 AM
Not accurate at all! I did the sizing up from 9 to 10 inches and the batter was too oily and was so disappointing ! Besides, how am I supposed to measures eggs from 3 to 3.7???
ann - 19-Feb-13 @ 9:24 AM
I love my cakeulator app, but this one I have found to be too inaccurate.I just converted a sponge recipe for a 17x27x7cm "square" that I use regularly to a 35cmx7cm round and the result was too small by almost half.Having never used a tin this large I had hoped this would have saved the guess work but after doing some basic maths to establish why the result seemed way too small, the volume of my round tin should be almost 21 cups not the 11 cups given by the conversion?