Will My Cake Still Be Fresh?

Decorating By Susie0530 Updated 16 Apr 2013 , 10:14pm by punkin90

Susie0530 Posted 16 Apr 2013 , 6:37pm
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I have a co-worker who wants me to do a cake for her friend's graduation.   Unfortunately I am going to be out of town from Wednesday through Sunday.   She wants the cake for Monday.    She has asked if she can pick up the cake on the Wednesday before Monday and will it still be fresh for Monday?   It is covered in fondant with buttercream filling with 24 cupcakes also.

 

Just wondering your opinions on this matter.    What would you do?    Thank you for your help.

5 replies
leah_s Posted 16 Apr 2013 , 6:55pm
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I would recommend another baker who I trust.

Susie0530 Posted 16 Apr 2013 , 6:57pm
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Thank you Leah.   I feel the same way, I don't want the cake to be stale.  

maybenot Posted 16 Apr 2013 , 9:33pm
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If she has the room, she can freeze the completed cake and then defrost it for the celebration.

 

Box the finished, decorated cake.  Wrap the box in some plastic wrap and aluminum foil.  Freeze it until the day before the party.  Put the wrapped box in the refrigerator overnight and then on the counter until a couple of hours before the party starts.  When taken out of the box, the cake should be just fine with little to no condensation (sweating).
 

cakebaker3 Posted 16 Apr 2013 , 9:51pm
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I agree with "maybenot".  This method works great!

punkin90 Posted 16 Apr 2013 , 10:14pm
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I also agree. I did this one time with a fondant covered cake with a large bow on top. I also put it in a big trash bag after wrapping in foil and saran wrap of course. Taped the whole thing really well. The cake was fine and the bow was too! thumbs_up.gif

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