HOW TO TRIPLE A RECIPE
You can triple a recipe following the same process as doubling, but it may be slightly more difficult to work with such large quantities. When baking, triple and record all new ingredient measurements before you start. When cooking, triple everything but spices, which you may consider first doubling then taste testing before adding more. Take extra care to thoroughly combine ingredients when mixing doughs, batters, sauces and soups, as a greater recipe volume will make it more difficult to work every ingredient in evenly.
Consider making a recipe from start to finish more than once, rather than all at once, if you’re not confident that ingredients can mix evenly, or you’re worried that ingredients like cold butter will lose its integrity as you take longer to perform tasks like rolling out biscuit dough. You could also use multiple KitchenAid® stand mixer bowls to help streamline the process, chilling ingredients in a stainless steel bowl in the refrigerator while heating other ingredients in a ceramic bowl in the microwave.