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Nancy
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added 11 months ago

I haven't multiplied this one, but yes other cake recipes.
The 9x13 pan has about 15 cups volume compared to 8 cups for the 8x8 square.
To stay with your 1.5x find a pan with 12 cup capacity (9" spring form or two regular 9" round baking pans).
Or to stay with the 9x13 rectangle, double the recipe and if you have a little too much batter, bake it in a cup.
See one article from here and a chart from allrecipes to make your decision.
https://food52.com/blog...
http://dish.allrecipes.com/cake-pan-size-conversions/?internalSource=articlecard&referringContentType=search%20results&clickId=cardslot%205

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Michelle de Lima
added 11 months ago

Thanks Nancy!

Dorie Greenspan
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added 11 months ago

Michelle, Nancy is right about doubling recipe. I hope you enjoy it - Merry Christmas! - Dorie

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Nancy
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added 11 months ago

Dorie - so nice to hear from you. Also gives me an occasion to thank you and Pierre Herme for your Pain d'epice, which I now make every year for Rosh Hashanah.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you!
Nancy

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