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Jelly Roll Pan vs. Sheet Pan

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Time was, a recipe could call for a jelly roll pan and that meant only one thing: a thin, 10×15-inch rimmed baking sheet, which is what’s needed for baking the carrot cake with mascarpone frosting. However, some manufacturers these days refer to any and all rimmed baking sheets as jelly roll pans, even half sheet pans, which traditionally measure 13×18 inches. Be sure you have the right size, or your cake layers will be thin and may overbake.


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