Why do we mark the diameter along with the cakes?
In the case of our cakes, along to the number of slices, we also mark the size of our cakes with a diameter. This is also important because the number of slices in a cake of the same diameter can be different, as a flatter cheesecake loses larger slices, while a taller, creamy cake is worth cutting thinner slices.
How to calculate the size of our cake?
A 2-3 cm slice of the taller, denser doughy, creamier cakes is enough, for the lighter creamy cakes approx. 4-5cm is a slice of cake. An important consideration when determining cake slices is whether the cake is intended for adults or children. Children tend to cut smaller slices from the start because they don’t usually eat an as much as an adult. Consider all of the above before choosing the size of your cake!
What size can we make our cakes?
We can make our cakes in several sizes and slices, you can find them separately in the description of the cakes. Our cakes are counted in adult portions. Most of our cakes are taller than an average cookie slice, so a thinner slice is enough. This was also taken into account when calculating the slice numbers.
10 cm –only mini cakes (approx. 3 slices)
11 cm- 5 slices
17 cm- 10 slices
23 cm- 18 slices
29 cm- 36 slices
Order layered cakes
For layered cakes, the slice numbers add up level by level. Cakes of different tastes can be ordered on each layer, in which case the decoration is uniform, we decorate the cake outside according to the ordered design. The layers can only be stacked one after the other! For tiered cakes we insert a wood stand into the cakes and place a paper tray between the cakes – on the one hand for easier slicing, and on the other hand to distribute the weight of the cakes on top of each other. These should be taken out of the cake when slicing.