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Casserole Dish Sizes


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Casserole Dish Sizes
© Randal Oulton


Casserole Dishes are usually made of glass, cast iron, enamelled cast iron, or earthenware.

They come in varying sizes and shapes, round or square or oblong. They have deep sides and close-fitting covers. There will be handles on the sides of the Casserole dish, as well as a handle on the cover.

Most casserole dishes are meant to double as serving dishes at the table or sideboard, with something under them to protect the surface they are on from the heat.

Following is a chart of standard casserole dish sizes, and their equivalents.



Imperial *AmericanSubstitute
1 quart1.13 L (5 US cups)900 ml (4 US cups)Equivalent Volume Loaf or Cake Pan
1 1/2 quarts1.7 lL (7 1/2 US cups)1.3 L (5 US cups)Equivalent Volume Loaf or Cake Pan
2 quart2.25 L (10 US cups)1.8 L (8 US cups)Equivalent Volume Loaf or Cake Pan
2 1/2 quarts2.8 L (12 1/2 US cups)2.25 L (10 US cups)Equivalent Volume Loaf or Cake Pan
3 quart3.4 L (15 US cups)2.7 L (12 US cups)Equivalent Volume Loaf or Cake Pan
4 quart4.5 L (20 US cups)3.6 L (16 US cups)Equivalent Volume Loaf or Cake Pan
5 quart5.6 L (25 US cups)4.5 L (20 US cups)Equivalent Volume Loaf or Cake Pan


A US cup is 8 oz / 250 ml in volume.

*Imperial: British, Canadian, Australian, New Zealand, etc

You may also find these pages helpful:
Baking Pan Conversions
Baking Pans by Dimension
Baking Pans by Volume




See also:

Baking Pans

Baking Pan Conversions; Baking Pans by Dimension; Baking Pans by Volume; Bread Pans; Cake Pans; Casserole Dish Sizes; Cookie Sheet

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Citation

Oulton, Randal. "Casserole Dish Sizes." CooksInfo.com. Published 11 May 2001; revised 08 October 2013. Web. Accessed 12/15/2017. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/casserole-dish-sizes>.

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