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Converting a recipe for a 12 cup bundt pan to a 10 cup bundt pan

karykat | Jul 27, 201201:35 PM     21

I'm making a bundt cake. My recipe is for a standard bundt pan.

But my pan is a little smaller bundt pan -- 10 cups.

In searching quickly, I saw that cake mixes for bundts are for 10 to 12 cup pans.

So maybe I should just put all my batter in?

I could scale back the recipe.

Or maybe just fill the pan to the appropriate level (3/4 full? or what?) and then make some cupcakes or a mini-cake with the rest.

Thoughts?

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