Keep A Cake That Is Already Iced?!?!

Decorating By mirda6275 Updated 29 Jan 2009 , 3:11am by mirda6275

mirda6275 Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 6:06pm
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I'm making my first cake for a family friend, something simple (3-d bear ontop of 2 9x13's) that is well within my ability level as a beginner (just finished the Wilton I course). A wonderful snow storm has struck and due to snow emergencies (lots of snow + ice) I can't deliver, she can't pick up and the occasion it was for has been moved to next week.

I have already wrapped the un-iced bear in layers of cling wrap, aluminum foil and freezer bags, but is there any way to keep the 9x13's that I have iced good until next week? She said she'd compensate if I have to re-make anything, but I thought I'd ask before I completely scrapped the iced cake.

Thanks in advance

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prterrell Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 6:53pm
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If you have room in your freezer, you can freeze the iced cakes. Stick them in there until they are frozen through and then wrap them in plastic wrap and aluminum foil. When you take them out to thaw, remove the foil and plastic wrap immediately.

mirda6275 Posted 29 Jan 2009 , 3:11am
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Thank you!

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