Yes, I just got a call from a customer who wants 1 Texas sized cupcake decorated last minute for a 25 year olds BD, and she is willing to pay my $20 rush fee. My question is-
any pros out there have batter on hand for these types of situations? I make everything fresh, but I guess storing batter in the fridge or freezer wouldn't be considered day old, or should I just break down and make 6 of vanilla and chocolate for future orders like this one, and freeze individaully? I have a recipe that will make alot of batter, probably 20 TX sized. What are your thoughts?
Thanks in advance.
Batter can be stored in the fzr. Actually, I've heard it can be stored in the frig overnight but my experience doing that was not great :( When ready to bake, it does not have to be defrosted, just add more baking time; watch it close - use your nose to know when it's done :) When you can smell the wonderful cake aroma in the next room you know it's done :)
Thanks Kakeladi, you have always come thru for me in a pinch. I am going to make a batch tomorrow and freeze it in individual packages for easier measurement. Have a great Sunday!
I freeze batter ALL the time. Icing too!