vickic26 Posted 16 Dec 2012 , 5:51pm
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AHi all, I'm having my first go at making a cake on Tuesday I'm going to be doing a sponge cake covered with fondant and decorated for christmas, just wondering how would be best to store the cake, I have an airtight container but have been told not to put it in there as it can caus the fondant to melt, should I keep it in the fridge or a cardboard box? What would you recommend? Thanks everyone x

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DreamworldCakes Posted 17 Dec 2012 , 9:20pm
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Hi Vicki,

I would recommend to put your cake in a cake box and just store it in a dry and cool place.

Please make sure that you don't put the cake in the fridge as it definitely won't like it:) especially if you use colors ,they will start to "run" and ruin your cake!

The icing seals your cake,so it won't dry out..etc for at least 4-5 days (depending on the filling and date of baking of your sponge)

 

I hope it helps...

 

Have fun baking your cake x

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