Can Fondant Be Frozen

Decorating By Sierratreasures Updated 9 Jul 2008 , 7:01am by keepsake

Sierratreasures Posted 9 Jul 2008 , 12:52am
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I am making my own wedding cake and I dont have a lot of time to do this in. I get married on August 2 and I was thinking of starting the cake next week. It is going to be a 3 tiered castle like 16th Century. But the thing is I have to do it in sections and I was wondering if I bake and go ahead and decorate the seperate sections can I freeze them they will be covered in Fondant? Help anyone!!!!!!!!!!!! Suggestions anything

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Burgess Posted 9 Jul 2008 , 2:15am
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One year ago today, I made my niece's wedding
cake, covering it in marshmallow fondant. Today
she called me, thrilled that her cake tasted as
good as it did at the wedding after being frozen
for one year!! I asked about the fondant, and she
said it too was great. That's the only experience
I have had with fondant.

keepsake Posted 9 Jul 2008 , 7:01am
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I think it will be fine; just make sure you thaw it out properly...wrapped and in the refrigerator. If you sit it out to let it thaw, condensation will affect the texture and the flavor. If you have time, cover a small one, freeze it a couple of days and then thaw it out and test it. You should be okay.

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