kendra_83 Posted 24 Jan 2012 , 3:11pm
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I know fondant can't be placed in a regular refrigerator because of moisture problems so what do you do when you have one that has a filling that must be refrigerated? So far, I haven't had any orders for cakes with filling other than buttercream but I need to know what to do in case someone does ask for a mousse or fruit filling. Thanks in advance!

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cupadeecakes Posted 24 Jan 2012 , 4:03pm
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I put fondant cake in the fridge every week and I don't have any problems. The fondant will sweat a little when you take it out, but it will dry up in about an hour. If you're worried about bleeding/running (especially with dark colors or dark accents on a light cake) then put a garbage bag over the cake before you put it into the fridge. Just tape the edges of the bag to the sides of your cake drum.

BlakesCakes Posted 24 Jan 2012 , 4:19pm
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If you cover well & seal the covering while it's at room temp and allow it to come to room temp again while still covered & sealed, it won't sweat & it'll be fine.

Rae

kendra_83 Posted 24 Jan 2012 , 5:32pm
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Thanks for your responses. I had a bad experience with cupcake toppers drooping one time so I was afraid to try a big cake.

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