Freezing Wilton Decorator Icing?

Decorating By korensmommy Updated 23 Dec 2009 , 11:40pm by korensmommy

korensmommy Posted 23 Dec 2009 , 10:08pm
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I am teaching a class for 30 4th-6th graders in January and have decided to take a short cut and use the Wilton Decorator icing (40% off at Hobby Lobby this week).

2 questions:

*I probably bought too much. Can I repackage the extra icing into smaller containers and freeze? If so, for how long?

*I have never used this before, is it completely nasty tasting and how do people doctor it up?


2 replies
chanielisalevy Posted 23 Dec 2009 , 10:30pm
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I freeze it all the time, and it does not need rewhipping when you take it out, either let it come to room temp in the frigde or on the counter, or nuke for 20 second intervals. I think it tastes fine, so I don't doctor it , but I do add layers of other flavorings or filling like a nut crunch or cookie crunch and the like. Freezing it works beautifully.

korensmommy Posted 23 Dec 2009 , 11:40pm
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Thanks! I think I will freeze it in small containers and use it for my fillings. I hate to waste it.

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