After cakes have been frozen (solid), is it ok to stack them up while they're still in the freezer? I have a big cake coming up next week that I'm starting to bake for & am going to need to do this..
I do it all the time, but make SURE that bottom cake is really frozen, otherwise you will "squish" it........( that is tech talk from my 3 year old great grandson )
I don't see any harm in stacking them. I stack them in my refrigerator after they good and cold and haven't hady any problems with them. As a matter of fact, I think it helps in flattening out the top a little. I am going to be doing the same thing you are and actually bought my freezer to do that when I need to. Good luck
as long as they are frozen well, it wont hurt a thing!
Are you just using a regular freezer? Or a deep freeze? I have been wanting to try to start freezing my cakes, but I only have room in my deep freeze.
Also, what type of wrapping do you use? Foil then saran or the other way around?
Thanks for any info.
........only have room in my deep freeze. .........type of wrapping do you use? Foil then saran or the other way around? ........
A deep freezer is perfect!
Definitely wrap the cake in plastic wrap 1st - never foil 1st.
If the cake is only going to be in the fzr say a week or two all I do is pop it into a plastic bag.