I have a baby shower cake due on Saturday morning, and a terribly busy day tomorrow. She wants a white almond choc. chip cake (I baked that last night) w/ whipped choc. ganache filling. If I fill and crumb tonight, then decorate tomorrow, will that filling hold up until Saturday? The second tier is a lemon cake w/ whipped white choc. ganache filling - same thing - will it hold up for two days inside the cake if well-chilled?
Thanks a bunch and have a wonderful Thursday!
Oh -- I wish I knew the answer. I get it too. Yeah! It's a good answer to have! Goodluck with the cake!
Well, I went ahead and did it, so I'll let you know. Apparently the shower was changed to Saturday MORNING - that was communicated today. Thus, I am in cake hell, but it's a few less hours that the whipped ganache will have to sit, so maybe it'll be a good thing in the end!
It will hold up BEAUTIFULY.... it will not spoil ..don't worry about it..
It sounds wonderful. Hope it goes good. And I would love love to get your recipe.
Thnaks a bunch
Hi, I just made a cake last week with same filling. Was no problem with it at all. Four days later they are still eating it and it is just as yummy! Good luck
Do the cakes have to be chilled? And how long can I leave a cake that has the whipcream/pudding filling when covered with fondant?
ganache can usually be left out for a few days. Pudding or whipped cream fillings need refrigeration.
Im glad this question was asked...so if i do the filling on a wedding cake the night before the wedding day (reception is the following evening) the whipped ganache filling will hold up without soaking into the cake?