Quick Question Need Help Asap Pls?

Decorating By twinkletoe21 Updated 21 Jun 2008 , 1:46am by auntginn

twinkletoe21 Posted 21 Jun 2008 , 12:14am
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i just made two cakes covered with cream cheese frosting and MMF and its crazy hot inside my house, i was wondering if i should leave it out in the open and just fan it or is it okey to put it in the FRIDGE OVER NIGHT? will it be okey the next day? the cakes are for saturday... PLS help!!??!!

TIA!

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ncbert Posted 21 Jun 2008 , 12:45am
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I'm not sure ,but maybe someone else can help!

costumeczar Posted 21 Jun 2008 , 12:49am
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Refrigerate it or you'll have mush. The cream cheese should probably be in the fridge anyway.

Texas_Rose Posted 21 Jun 2008 , 12:50am
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Cream cheese needs to go in the fridge.

It should be all right, sometimes mmf gets sticky but as long as you don't touch it until it's dry it looks fine.

bizatchgirl Posted 21 Jun 2008 , 12:50am
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One thing I've been told is just watch for condensation on your fondant when you take it out of the fridge and are bringing it back to room temperature. Since it will sweat, you could get different colors of fondant bleeding onto eachother. Keep an eye on it and blot any moisture dry. Can't say I've tried it myself, that's just advice I saw before. Good luck!

korensmommy Posted 21 Jun 2008 , 12:57am
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I am in southern Louisiana and just did a cream cheese BC/MMF covered cake (the steak cake in my photos).
I kept it for almost 24 hours in the fridge and no problems. The cream cheese BC needs to be stored in the fridge anyways.

twinkletoe21 Posted 21 Jun 2008 , 1:24am
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THANK YOU ALL SO MUCHHH!!!

auntginn Posted 21 Jun 2008 , 1:46am
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The way to store in the fridge is to put the cake in the appropriate size cake box. Wrap the whole thing in kitchen plastic wrap at least twice. This is to seal it from air. Then place in the fridge and it should keep overnight. You may want to pull it out about 1/2 hr to 1 hour before delivery to bring it to room temp slowly. But only if the weather permits.

HTH

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