Cutting Guide

This guide shows how to cut popular shaped tiers into pieces approximately 1 in. x 2 in. by two layers high (about 4 in.). Even if a larger serving size is desired, the order of cutting is still the same. The first step in cutting is to remove the top tier, and then begin the cutting with the 2nd tier followed by the 3rd, 4th and so on. 

The number of servings listed are intended as a guide to get the maximum servings out of your specific cake size. If the cake is cut with the portions larger than 1”x2” served, then you will have less servings than the chart indicates.
For information on cutting party cakes, please see Wilton's Party Cake Cutting Guide.

Round Tiers: 

Move in two inches from the tier's outer edge; cut a circle and then slice 1 in. pieces within the circle. Now move in another 2 in., cut another circle, slice 1 in. pieces and so on until the tier is completely cut. The center core of each tier and the small top tier can be cut into 3rds, 4ths, and 6ths, depending on size.

Square Tiers:
Move in 2 in. from the outer edge and cut across. Then slice 1 in. pieces of cake. Now move in another 2 in. and slice again until the entire tier is cut.

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