Chocolate Transfers Melting

Decorating By shornsby Updated 18 Oct 2007 , 3:00am by BlakesCakes

shornsby Posted 17 Oct 2007 , 7:12pm
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I am doing a sheet cake with a chocolate transfer in the middle of it (laying flat on the cake). The cake has to travel 2 hours. I was wondering if the chocolate transfer will melt in the car? (It will be about 75 degrees outside) I was also wondering if the transfer will be okay to sit on the cake for 24 hrs without smearing or anything from the buttercream.

THANKS SOOO MUCH FOR YOUR HELP!!!

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BlakesCakes Posted 18 Oct 2007 , 3:00am
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The transfer will not melt or smear as long as the cake is kept at under 85-90 degrees--as any decorated cake should be, anyway. Be sure to keep the air conditioning on in the car if it's sunny and keep the transfer out of direct sunlight while traveling by putting the cake in a box with a tip/lid.

Rae

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