beckylovesbake Posted 12 Oct 2013 , 2:00pm
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Hi,

I have made a choc cake with a choc mouse filling by whitewings (I know it's a disgrace...packet cake...lol...very yummy though)  

and it is covered with fondant and piped with royal icing and I added gumpaste flowers etc ...the party is tomorrow arvo..

 

do I need to put it in the fridge?

 

 

it is not hot in Perth tonight................any help would be much appreciated...

I did try to find an answer already on here,but none of them had all the componants of my cake(gumpaste flowers/royal icing)

many thanks,Becky

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CWR41 Posted 12 Oct 2013 , 2:59pm
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Originally Posted by beckylovesbake 
I have made a choc cake with a choc mouse filling

MOUSSE!

JaeRodriguez Posted 12 Oct 2013 , 3:03pm
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ACWR, she said it's a disgrace, maybe it actually is mouse! :P

JaeRodriguez Posted 12 Oct 2013 , 3:05pm
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AAlso Becky, I think the royal might get runny in the fridge, but I don't know for sure!

beckylovesbake Posted 12 Oct 2013 , 3:42pm
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lol....yes my mistake...I was typing in the dark...lol....MOUSSE was right not a MOUSE ! my dog catches any mice we have :)

beckylovesbake Posted 12 Oct 2013 , 3:45pm
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I was thinking coming on a site like this that you would all think using a packet mix was a disgrace.....my grandmother would have...lol.......

 

 

 

yeh I was thinking the royal would go yuk  .....it is pretty cold here so I will leave it out under a box and the lady is picking it up in the morning then she can decide..lol

 

have a nice day 

JaeRodriguez Posted 12 Oct 2013 , 7:55pm
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ABecky, I'm assuming the mousse will be OK as it is packaged, I'm not totally sure though!

I was just picking about the mouse! There are a ton of people on the site, some that only bake from scratch and some that don't do anything from scratch! It's personal preference. :) Since you're new I will warn you- that can be a sensitive topic on CC but I assure you my comment was all in jest because of your humorous spelling error!

Happy caking!

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