What Is The Differeance between Coffee or Dessert Portions?

What Is The Differeance between Coffee or Dessert Portions?

Do you know that in Australia and UK they offer two different portion sizes in cake? A small amount also called a coffee portion (1” x 1”). Half the size of a regular piece of cake, Basically the same size as a petit four! If you are having a three-course sit down dinner with wine and cocktails, and you also have a huge dessert table, chances are you are only going to need coffee portions for your guests.
If you are having a buffet-style dinner and want your guests to have a more substantial piece of cake, then you would opt for a dessert-sized portion (1”x 2”). The below guide should give you a rough estimate of what you will need, of course carrying from baker to baker by a bit. Regardless of what size portion you decide on, every person should be offered cake. This is a great guide if you plan on make a  cake for several guest. Below is an approximation guide put out by the" Cake Decorators Association Of Western Australia Inc."

What Is The Differeance between Coffee or Dessert Portions?

The above cake and recipe can be found here | The Petit Four recipe can be found here | The slice of cake can be found here

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