Need Transport Advice!

Decorating By inky_1 Updated 6 Aug 2012 , 7:10pm by Lynne3

inky_1 Posted 6 Aug 2012 , 3:22pm
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Hi everyone, I'm new here, but I'm hoping I can get some advice icon_smile.gif

I am headed to a biiiig family event this weekend, and I am planning to make and bring a couple of cakes with me.

Only problem is that the cakes are going to have to sit in a car for 10 hours! And only about half of that time will the car be air conditioned.

I am currently planning to just bring the sponge down with me and will make the frosting and assemble the cakes in my hotel room, which has a full kitchen.

What would be the best way to transport the sponge? In a cooler with ice? Frozen? No ice necessary just put it in tupperware and tote with?

I've never done this before! your help is much appreciated icon_smile.gif

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Lynne3 Posted 6 Aug 2012 , 7:10pm
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I would wrap and freeze the cakes. Then place them in a cooler with dry ice. They will stay frozen until you arrive at your destination.

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