I know there's been a lot of questions about freezing fondant covered cakes. And I've read that it's okay if you put a fondant decorated cake in a cake box (cardboard, I assume) and cover with 3 garbage bags, taking out the air.
My question is...what about puttting it in a plastic container (Walmart brand) ?? as I would not put a cake in a flimsy cardboard box in my apt sized freezer . With so little space (and the need to pile things on top)and with everyone digging in there to get stuff, it's bound to get damaged.
I have a very large plastic container I got at Walmart. Is this okay to use? And do I wrap that container in garbage bags ? Or do I freeze the cake, then wrap the cake in saran and place it in the container?
Lastly, how do I thaw? In the fridge? On counter? Unwrap first? How far in advance?
I would sure appreciate the advice on this!
Here is an article for storing fondant. just scroll down to STORAGE:
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hope this helps!