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Best Way to Freeze a Cake

post #1 of 6
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I am attempting to bake and freeze some cakes. I think I can just wrap them in saran wrap and freeze for a month. Should I then thaw at room temp. before I tort and frost? HELP
post #2 of 6
I wrap mine in saran wrap and then tin foil. I let them defrost in the fridge in the morning and torte and frost that evening. I like to torte my cakes when they are cold - it's easier.
post #3 of 6
i wrap with saran wrap after letting them cool . and then with heavy foil.you can freeze cakes more than a month. lots of decorators will say the same. i just sat out for a little bit . 30 min- an hr. then torte , etc. hth
post #4 of 6
Be sure to thaw still in the wrapping. That way condensation will not cause a soggy cake. Ask me how I learned this lesson, I dare you! icon_redface.gif
post #5 of 6
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you guys are the best! Thanks for the info icon_biggrin.gif
post #6 of 6
I double wrap in press and seal. Then take it out of the freezer, fill, crumbcoat and then let it come to room temp for about 2 hours and then cover with fondant. If using buttercream as the final coating then you don't have to wait the two hours.
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