Using Graham Crackers For Sand Asap!!!

Decorating By morphis1208 Updated 23 May 2008 , 1:04pm by tiptop57

morphis1208 Posted 22 May 2008 , 9:11pm
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I have a cake being picked up tonight for a wedding on Saturday. Will the crushed graham crackers be ok until then or will they go soggy and gross? Need help ASAP.

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tiptop57 Posted 22 May 2008 , 9:22pm
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They should be okay if the cake is being eaten tonight or tomorrow........except, how is the humidity in your part of the woods?

morphis1208 Posted 22 May 2008 , 9:37pm
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I live in FL and it's pretty humid the wedding is noon on Saturday

KoryAK Posted 22 May 2008 , 10:10pm
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Well, I don't think you really have a choice, right? They are more for look than taste anyway so I wouldn't worry about it too much.

SugarMama602 Posted 22 May 2008 , 10:48pm
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Granted, I live in AZ where it is 100 degrees and very dry - but if you look at the retirement cake in my gallery - you'll see where I used crunched up rick krispies for the sand. They didn't affect the taste, but gave it a nice crunch. Only the immediate layer of RK's were a little less-than-crunchy...but the rest were great. Just a suggestion.

indydebi Posted 23 May 2008 , 12:04am
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Agree that it's for looks and not really for eating anyway. When I did my seashell wedding cake, when I cut the cake at the reception, I scooped all of the 'sand' off of the cake and dropped it in the trash (well, scooped up as much as I could get!)

mindywith3boys Posted 23 May 2008 , 12:57am
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Can you just put the crumbs in a ziplock with instruction on how they should place them on Saturday?

ShortcakesSweets Posted 23 May 2008 , 1:16am
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I just used graham cracker crumbs on cupcakes for a beach themed bridal shower. Decorated them on Saturday, the shower was on Sunday, there were a few left over and they lasted a couple days and it didn't get soggy or gross. So, I think it would be fine.

tiptop57 Posted 23 May 2008 , 1:18am
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OMG rick krispies icon_eek.gif - - - - I'm sorry and I make typo's all the time too so I have to ask SugarMama602 - - - how did you get him to sit on the cake without squishin' it icon_surprised.gif Hahahahahah, hohoho, hehehehe icon_lol.gif

cakegirl68 Posted 23 May 2008 , 1:27am
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I have seen in cake shows brown sugar....

diane Posted 23 May 2008 , 3:56am
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you can also use vanilla wafers.

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SugarMama602 Posted 23 May 2008 , 4:15am
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I smushed them up in a freezer bag first, then I cut a hole at the corner so that I could "write" them where I wanted them. I did have to slightly push them down onto the cake...but once they were on...they were ON.

I had a piece with the rk's on it, and I thought it was delicious. But the sand on my cake wasn't meant to be decoration only.

And besides...haven't you met Rick? He makes the most delicious krispies. icon_wink.gif

tiptop57 Posted 23 May 2008 , 1:04pm
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And besides...haven't you met Rick? He makes the most delicious krispies.




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