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Help Please! Why does buttercream frosted cake have bubble?

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I took my cakes out of the freezer, filled and then iced with buttecream. It's been about 20 minutes and I have a large bubble on the side of my round cake. I tried to pop it, resmooth but the bubble came back. Please help me!

Thanks for any guidance!
~Amber
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I took my cakes out of the freezer, filled and then iced with buttecream. It's been about 20 minutes and I have a large bubble on the side of my round cake. I tried to pop it, resmooth but the bubble came back. Please help me!

Thanks for any guidance!

~Amber



Icing a frozen cake will cause this to happen. You should allow your cake to come to room temperature before icing. I don't even crumbcoat a frozen cake. The moisture hinders the buttercream from crusting.
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