How Should I Thaw My Frozen Decorated/fondant Cake?

Decorating By JustToEatCake Updated 22 Dec 2009 , 4:35pm by JustToEatCake

JustToEatCake Posted 22 Dec 2009 , 5:17am
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My second cake was for my dad's birthday (cupcake tree with topper in my pics) and the cake didn't get eaten/cut so I wrapped it good and put it in the freezer and thought I'd take it out for family for xmas eve and xmas day. I'm not sure if I should go from freezer to fridge or freezer to counter, should I unwrap or leave wrapped with her option? I don't care if it's perfect when it comes out but I don't want it to look bad either, kwim?

TIA

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Cakepro Posted 22 Dec 2009 , 9:00am
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Bring it from the freezer to room temperature in the original box/wrappings. Once thawed (probably 4 - 6 hours), you may need to point a fan at it to whisk away any remaining condensation that may be on the fondant.

JustToEatCake Posted 22 Dec 2009 , 4:35pm
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Originally Posted by Cakepro

Bring it from the freezer to room temperature in the original box/wrappings. Once thawed (probably 4 - 6 hours), you may need to point a fan at it to whisk away any remaining condensation that may be on the fondant.



Thanks Cakepro! I'll get my fan ready just in case. I hadn't thought of that.

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