• Are you baking a cake, and putting it in a pan twice as big? Then it will increase the time.You need to be careful about the size of the baking container you use. A giant cake wont cook in the middle. If you are making cookies and baking twice as many, probably not much.
  • It's not the amount of ingredients, it's the size of the dish or pan you are using that will determine the cooking time. What are you making? If you are making a cake or bread an dare using the same size pan as the recipe calls for, then you don't need to change anything. If you are changing the pan to a bigger one, yes it will affect the cooking time. If you are just making more of something like tarts or cookies, it doesn't matter about the cooking time.
  • Probably the thickness of the dough is what extends the baking time. I now use a instand read thermometer and when it says anything over 205 its done.
  • that depends on the size of the pan you put it in.
  • not sure
  • There are qualifications such as size of pan but generally, yes. It's a bit of guess work and requires a fair amount of checking because doubling the amount of food being cooked requires considerably less than double the cooking time.

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