edcjenv Posted 15 Jul 2005 , 3:33pm
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icon_biggrin.gif I decided to be a friendly neighbor...a new family w/ young kids (6 and 4) have moved in across the street. I baked a cookies and creme cake and was going to design it and take it over today as a welcome to the neighborhood thing.

Well....yesterday afternoon they were putting stuff in their trunk and they've been gone since...I'm assuming that they've taken a long weekend.

Do I need to freeze the cake?

Should I just go ahead and decorate it and keep it in the fridge? Or will it be nasty by Monday? I don't know how to store a cake really. icon_lol.gif Can't tell that I'm a rookie can ya? icon_rolleyes.gif

THANKS!

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wandy27 Posted 15 Jul 2005 , 3:37pm
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You can freeze it... just wrap it well with plastic wrap and if you can place it in a plastic container or wrap it again in aluminum foil. When your ready to decorate it thaw it in the fridge overnight. It will be just fine for a long time if you freeze it.

Wandy

peacockplace Posted 15 Jul 2005 , 4:25pm
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I'd freeze too! Make sure you keep the cake tightly wrapped until it is completely thawed out. It make shte cake moist and yummy!

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