momof3jotynjake Posted 8 Apr 2005 , 3:06am
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Hello! quick question!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I made some cakes today, white cakes w/ vanilla pudding. i handed them out, i have 1 left. can i leave it out, or should i put it in the fridge?
thanks!!
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SquirrellyCakes Posted 8 Apr 2005 , 3:14am
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Refridgerate it, because of the pudding. Do you have a plastic container it will fit into? Do you have a box? You could box it and then put the box into a green garbage bag unscented to keep it moist and refridgerate it. Otherwise, put it in the fridge for 15 minutes or so, remove, put toothpicks in the top and then cover the whole thing with plastic wrap to seal it and refridgerate it.
Hugs Squirrelly Cakes

momof3jotynjake Posted 8 Apr 2005 , 3:36am
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Originally Posted by SquirrellyCakes

Refridgerate it, because of the pudding. Do you have a plastic container it will fit into? Do you have a box? You could box it and then put the box into a green garbage bag unscented to keep it moist and refridgerate it. Otherwise, put it in the fridge for 15 minutes or so, remove, put toothpicks in the top and then cover the whole thing with plastic wrap to seal it and refridgerate it.
Hugs Squirrelly Cakes




what are the toothpicks for?

SquirrellyCakes Posted 8 Apr 2005 , 3:58am
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So that the icing doesn't stick to the plastic wrap and mess up your icing. If you are boxing and bagging it, you don't need to do this, just if you are only covering it with plastic wrap.
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m0use Posted 8 Apr 2005 , 2:39pm
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In other posts on this forum if you use the pudding that is in the pudding cups that sit on the shelf before you buy them, it will be fine sitting out on the counter covered. But if you made it I would probably refrigerate it if it will be a couple days.

SquirrellyCakes Posted 8 Apr 2005 , 9:20pm
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Actually MOuse, I had heard that often too, but Jeanne G contacted the manufacturer of those pudding cups and they were horrified that anyone would do that and did not recommend it. So there you go. It came up on a Wilton post a few months back. They said it should be refridgerated.
Hugs Squirrely Cakes

momof3jotynjake Posted 8 Apr 2005 , 9:27pm
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Originally Posted by SquirrellyCakes

Actually MOuse, I had heard that often too, but Jeanne G contacted the manufacturer of those pudding cups and they were horrified that anyone would do that and did not recommend it. So there you go. It came up on a Wilton post a few months back. They said it should be refridgerated.
Hugs Squirrely Cakes




wow! good to know! thanks

tcturtleshell Posted 9 Apr 2005 , 4:34am
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All pudding gets watery when it's sitting in the icebox or on the counter. So I don't think I'd do either! Eat the darned ole' cake!!!! ha ha ha!!!!

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