Kel28 Posted 1 Apr 2012 , 4:41pm
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My brother asked me to make 16 cakes for my nephews 16th bday. I haven't said yes because I wasn't sure if I was going to be able to take on such a task. He didn't exactly say mini cakes but looks more like maybe 4-6 inch individual cakes.

How far ahead can I bake, fill, frost, and cover in fondant? Since they'll be so many I'm worried I wont have any time.

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Marianna46 Posted 1 Apr 2012 , 6:25pm
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You can bake at any time and freeze the cakes till you're ready to fill, crumbcoat and cover them. And you can start putting them together at least a week in advance with no problem (unless you're planning on using a filling that needs refrigeration, but you might not want to do that anyway on a project like this). A week of wiggle room - you may not actually need that much - should give you plenty of time to get everything done. Maybe it would help you psychologically to think of them as "big ole cupcakes" - that's the way I would approach it, anyway. Hope that helps a little!

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