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A jelly-roll pan looks similar to a cookie sheet, but it has four sides that are 1 inch high. Most jelly-roll pans are 10 1/2 by 15 1/2 inches or 12 by 18 inches, which is the size of a half-sheet cake pan. More »

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Appropriate substitutes for a jelly-roll pan include a 9-inch square pan, an 8-inch by 3-inch springform pan or two 8-inch round pans. These substitutes are appropriate for up to 10 cups of batter. More »

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A standard sized jelly roll pan is primarily used for baking cakes and pastries. However, because the pan has a rimmed edge on all four sides, it makes it an excellent tool for roasting. More »

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The main difference between a jelly roll pan and a cookie sheet is that a jelly roll pan has sides that are 1-inch high, while a cookie sheet has only one or two sides bent up. A jelly roll pan is used to make cake rolls... More »

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A standard sized jelly roll pan is primarily used for baking cakes and pastries. However, because the pan has a rimmed edge on all four sides, it makes it an excellent tool for roasting. More »

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A springform pan is a type of pan that has removable sides. There is an adjustable latch that holds the sides of the pan together. When unlatched, it is easy to remove the cake without damaging it. There are different sh... More »

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Some tips for using a jelly roll baking pan include using a heavy-duty pan, lining it with wax paper, and filling the jelly roll pan three-quarters of the way. Also, when making a sponge cake, the cake should be taken ou... More »

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