Freezing Cakeballs/cake?

Decorating By hvanaalst Updated 22 Mar 2011 , 1:05am by gregus28

hvanaalst Posted 16 Mar 2011 , 7:13pm
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So I just dropped my full sheet cake flipping it out to cool. Luckily it fell on the nice clean table but is completely unusable for a cake. I want to make some cakeballs for a bakesale in a couple weeks for charity, so this would be good for that.

Am I better off to freeze the cake as is, then thaw, add icing and roll when I am ready, or should I make the cake balls and freeze them already rolled?

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Tor1985 Posted 16 Mar 2011 , 7:51pm
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personally I cumble the cake up and freeze as is then take it out when I need it.

But I guess you could do it either way, you'd have to let the balls thaw some what before dipping or the chocolate might crack...had that happen to me a couple of times.

hvanaalst Posted 16 Mar 2011 , 8:21pm
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I am thinking it will take a lot less room in the freezer if I just freeze it as is too. Thanks.

G_Cakes Posted 16 Mar 2011 , 9:23pm
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As is would be my vote too!

gregus28 Posted 22 Mar 2011 , 1:05am
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i am also curious. its not so much as to baking the cake; but having the balls ready to coat when i have the time. Is it a good idea to: make cake, mix with icing, roll and freeze. Then a day before i'm ready to dip in chocolate remove from freezer and place in fridge.

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