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Cookie Sheet Size Chart

Cookie Sheet Size Chart

Last updated on 12/16/2020

Baking sheets are versatile cookware tools for everything from broiling meats and roasting vegetables to baking bread and confections. Baking sheet materials differ to accommodate a broad range of oven cooking projects. Whether you operate a bakery, steakhouse, or gastropub, owning baking sheets of various sizes and rim depths is essential to your operation. In this piece, we explain what the various baking sheet sizes are and provide a helpful sheet pan size chart.

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Baking Sheet Sizes

There are five industry-standard baking sheet sizes.

  • Full-Size = 18” x 26”
  • 2/3 Size = 16” x 22”
  • 1/2 Size = 13” x 18”
  • 1/4 Size = 9 1/2” x 13”
  • 1/8 Size = 6 1/2" x 9 1/2”

A baking sheet's size doesn't affect its capability. You can use each baking sheet size for baking, roasting, chilling, and decorating. However, the different quantities each size yields and the pan's compatibility with other kitchen appliances determines their helpfulness for different kitchen settings and food preparation tasks.

What Are Industry Standard Baking Sheet Sizes?

The foodservice industry has set standard baking sheet dimensions so its professionals can easily identify baking sheets. Most manufacturers label their baking sheets according to the industry’s standard-sizing, but each manufacturer’s baking sheet will vary slightly from the next.

It's not uncommon for two products labeled '12” baking sheet' from different manufacturers to have slightly different dimensions. You should check a baking sheet’s product description to find its exact dimensions.

Sheet Pan Size Chart

Identify which sheet pan you need by learning what the different standard sheet pan sizes are, how many will fit on a commercial oven shelf, where each sheet pan size is most useful, and the benefits of each size. Our comprehensive sheet pan chart is your guide to securing the ideal sheet pan size for your needs.

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Types of Baking Sheet Pans Infographic

Full Size Baking Sheet Example

Full-Size Sheet Pan

A full-size sheet pan's dimensions are 18” x 26”. You can fit one full-size sheet pan on each of your commercial oven’s shelves. Perfect for high-volume settings, full-size baking sheets are the most common sheet pan size in commercial settings. Full-size baking sheets are ideal for making large baked goods and sheet pan dinner items.

  • Full-Size Sheet Pan Dimensions - 18" x 26"
  • Number of Full-Size Sheet Pans Per Oven Shelf - 1 pan per shelf
  • Full-Size Sheet Pan Uses - Standard commercial size
  • Full-Size Sheet Pan Benefits - High-volume production, compatible with most donut cooling racks, candy cooling

2/3 Size Baking Sheet Example

2/3 Size Sheet Pan

A 2/3 size sheet pan's dimensions are 16” x 22”. As the largest baking sheet that a standard 30” oven will accommodate, the 2/3 sheet pan size is ideal for home bakeries. While not as large as a full-size baking sheet, a 2/3 size baking sheet can hold a 25-pound turkey and up to three 9” pie dishes. They are an excellent tool for businesses without a full commercial oven.

  • 2/3 Size Sheet Pan Dimensions - 16" x 22"
  • Number of 2/3 Size Sheet Pans Per Oven Shelf - 1 pan per standard residential oven shelf
  • 2/3 Size Sheet Pan Uses - Home bakeries, small catering businesses
  • 2/3 Size Sheet Pan Benefits - Largest residential size

1/2 Size Baking Sheet Example

1/2 Size Sheet Pan

A 1/2 size sheet pan's dimensions are 13” x 18”. You can fit two 1/2 size baking sheets on each of your standard commercial oven’s shelves, making them the ideal choice for high-volume commercial settings and restaurants with diverse menus. They also slide perfectly into half-size convection ovens and fit comfortably in commercial dishwashers.

  • 1/2 Size Sheet Pan Dimensions - 13” x 18”
  • Number of 1/2 Size Sheet Pans Per Oven Shelf - 2 pans per shelf
  • 1/2 Size Sheet Pan Uses - Eateries with wide menus
  • 1/2 Size Sheet Pan Benefits - Fits well in dishwashers, compatible with half-size convection ovens

1/4 Size Baking Sheet Example

1/4 Size Sheet Pan

A 1/4 size sheet pan's dimensions are 9 1/2” x 13”. You can fit 4 quarter-size sheet pans in your standard commercial oven, making them the ideal baking sheet size for small-batch bakeries. You can use your quarter-size sheet pans with conveyor ovens, for individual portions, and as a space-saving option in limited capacity environments, making them an ideal food truck equipment option.

Because of their reduced size, quarter-size sheet pans are an easy-to-store solution. If you need to freeze or chill items, quarter-size sheet pans will fit more comfortably in chilling units than their larger counterparts. Similar in size to metal pizza plates, quarter-size sheet pans slide easily into most dual-purpose racks.

  • 1/4 Size Sheet Pan Dimensions - 9 1/2” x 13”
  • Number of 1/4 Size Sheet Pans Per Oven Shelf - 4 pans per shelf
  • 1/4 Size Sheet Pan Uses - Limited space operations, food trucks, small-batch bakeries
  • 1/4 Size Sheet Pan Benefits - Display case organization, fits comfortably in freezers/chillers, doubles as an appetizer tray

1/8 Size Baking Sheet Example

1/8 Size Sheet Pan

A 1/8 size sheet pan's dimensions are 6 1/2” x 9 1/2”. Perfect for oven-to-table use, you can fit eight 1/8 size baking sheets on each of your standard commercial oven shelves. They also make excellent serving trays for counter service operations, BBQ restaurants, or any other foodservice establishments that require attractive, durable trays.

  • 1/8 Size Sheet Pan Dimensions - 6 1/2” x 9 1/2”
  • Number of 1/8 Size Sheet Pans Per Oven Shelf - 8 pans per shelf
  • 1/8 Size Sheet Pan Uses - Counter services, BBQ restaurants
  • 1/8 Size Sheet Pan Benefits - Oven-to-table use, doubles as a serving tray, kids’ plates

What Is a Baking Sheet?

A baking sheet, also called a sheet pan, is a flat, rectangular metal sheet made for oven use. Baking sheets are perfect for items that stand on their own or hold their own shape. Investing in quality baking sheets is not only essential for starting a bakery, but for all foodservice establishments. Baking sheets are versatile tools and help you prepare both sweet and savory dishes.

Baking Sheet vs Cookie Sheet

The difference between a baking sheet and a cookie sheet is baking sheets/sheet pans have raised edges on all four sides and cookie sheets do not. Most cookie sheets have a handling lip on one side, making it easy for bakers to slide their baked goods onto a cooling rack. While cookie sheets help bakers easily transfer cookies and other baked goods to cooling racks, you can use a baking sheet to make cookies if you don't have a cookie sheet on hand.

Types of Baking Pans

In the foodservice industry, "baking pan" is an overarching term used to describe multiple subcategories of oven-safe cookware. The following are types of baking pans: pretzels on an aluminum baking tray

  • Sheet Pans
  • Bread/Loaf Pans
  • Cookie Sheets
  • Pizza Pans
  • Cake Pans
  • Muffin/Cupcake Pans
  • Roasting Pans
  • Pie Pans

Sheet Pan Guide Video

Check out our sheet pan guide video for selecting the right sheet pans for your business:

Use our sheet pan size guide as a reference when you’re adding baking sheets to your commercial kitchen's arsenal of oven cooking tools. If you need help deciding on pan liners for your baking sheets, check out our pan liners buying guide and complete your commercial kitchen's baking sheet supply needs.

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