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post #16 of 24
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Originally Posted by thyterrell

This was a topic of discussion once before that I know of. Someone on this site, and I have no idea who, contacted the manufacturer of the pudding and was told that it should be refrigerated immediately upon opening. I would be very careful about leaving it sitting out, especially if someone else was going to be the one eating it.


Jeanne G, longtime member of the Wilton site, contacted the various snack pudding manufacturers and they all stated the same thing. They were all horrified that these pudding would be used in such a manner. They are only safe at room temperature until they are opened. The only safe pudding type of fillings are the commercial sleeve types where the manufacturer specifically states they can be kept at room temperature once opened.
There should be an older post on the Wilton site from the last year or two from Jeanne G containing these responses.
post #17 of 24
Thread Starter 
Well I have to say I made spiderman. The cake was frozen so I figured it could sit out for a while. It sat out for 5 hours and when we ate the cake the pudding was still cold , the frozen cake layers kept the pudding cold, thats what I'm thinking. I was just wondering what all the wedding cakes have in them that sit out for hours????????
post #18 of 24
Well, I also think that people believe b/c it didn't make anyone sick before that it's ok to use, but that's not true at all.
I don't understand b/c I would be SO afraid of getting my family sick or STRANGERS! That's one quick way to be out of business, so why take the chance?
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post #19 of 24
Your cake looks great! thumbs_up.gif You did an awesome job! I made this cake in November for my great-nephew and he was speechless when we brought it in to the party room! icon_biggrin.gif
post #20 of 24
Wow, you cake turned out awesome!!

Way to go!

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post #21 of 24

Oh thank you so much for being honest!!

I baked my cakes over a two day period and wrapped and refrigerated them... But I put them together last night (with pudding that I made with milk and the box mix) and I left it on the counter (covered) last night (the kitchen was very cool, since the weather is cold) and I brought it into work this morning and there was no room in the fridge, so I set it on the counter. I have never filled a cake with pudding before... and after a few hours, I noticed that the cake was shifting, so of course I assumed it was the pudding. So I made room in the fridge at work.. But I was afraid I was going to get everyone sick.
You're my new hero... Now, let's just all pray that the pudding will stiffen back up before we cut into it this afternoon at 3pm  :)
Come on... Pray with me now.  :)
Amen!

 

700

 

This is not my design.. i give all the credit to:

 

http://snowybliss.blogspot.com/2011/09/polka-dot-cake.html#comment-form

post #22 of 24

Oh thank you so much for being honest!!

I baked my cakes over a two day period and wrapped and refrigerated them... But I put them together last night (with pudding that I made with milk and the box mix) and I left it on the counter (covered) last night (the kitchen was very cool, since the weather is cold) and I brought it into work this morning and there was no room in the fridge, so I set it on the counter. I have never filled a cake with pudding before... and after a few hours, I noticed that the cake was shifting, so of course I assumed it was the pudding. So I made room in the fridge at work.. But I was afraid I was going to get everyone sick.
You're my new hero... Now, let's just all pray that the pudding will stiffen back up before we cut into it this afternoon at 3pm  :)
Come on... Pray with me now.  :)
Amen!

 

700

 

This is not my design.. i give all the credit to:

 

http://snowybliss.blogspot.com/2011/09/polka-dot-cake.html#comment-form

post #23 of 24

I baked my cakes over a two day period and wrapped and refrigerated them... But I put them together last night (with pudding that I made with milk and the box mix) and I left it on the counter (covered) last night (the kitchen was very cool, since the weather is cold) and I brought it into work this morning and there was no room in the fridge, so I set it on the counter. I have never filled a cake with pudding before... and after a few hours, I noticed that the cake was shifting, so of course I assumed it was the pudding. So I made room in the fridge at work.. But I was afraid I was going to get everyone sick.
You're my new hero... Now, let's just all pray that the pudding will stiffen back up before we cut into it this afternoon at 3pm  :)
Come on... Pray with me now.  :)
Amen!

 

700

 

This is not my design.. i give all the credit to:

 

http://snowybliss.blogspot.com/2011/09/polka-dot-cake.html#comment-form

post #24 of 24

I baked my cakes over a two day period and wrapped and refrigerated them... But I put them together last night (with pudding that I made with milk and the box mix) and I left it on the counter (covered) last night (the kitchen was very cool, since the weather is cold) and I brought it into work this morning and there was no room in the fridge, so I set it on the counter. I have never filled a cake with pudding before... and after a few hours, I noticed that the cake was shifting, so of course I assumed it was the pudding. So I made room in the fridge at work.. But I was afraid I was going to get everyone sick.
You're my new hero... Now, let's just all pray that the pudding will stiffen back up before we cut into it this afternoon at 3pm  :)
Come on... Pray with me now.  :)
Amen!

 

700

 

This is not my design.. i give all the credit to:

 

http://snowybliss.blogspot.com/2011/09/polka-dot-cake.html#comment-form

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