How Do I Keep The Fondant On My Cake From Getting Hard?

Decorating By mgcake Updated 13 Nov 2013 , 1:35am by AnnieCahill

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mgcake Posted 12 Nov 2013 , 9:08pm
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AI am making a red velvet cake. I am using cream cheese frosting on the cake so I have to refrigirate it. But I don't want the fondant to get hard. Is there any way i can refrigirate it without it getting hard? I will be making it and decorating it a day before so it would be sitting in there for a good 24 hours. I will be using Satin Ice Fondant.

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melmar02 Posted 12 Nov 2013 , 9:28pm
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ARefrigeration doesn't make the fondant hard, air does. That's why you have to keep fondant you are not using covered in plastic wrap.

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icer101 Posted 12 Nov 2013 , 9:38pm
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Hi, this is a great read. This is exactly what I would do to save my cake for 2 days. hth  your cake could get dry just in the fridge. Leah_s on this site tells us that. I listen to her !

 

http://cakecentral.com/t/747425/how-to-freeze-already-decorated-cake-and-then-thaw

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AnnieCahill Posted 13 Nov 2013 , 1:32am
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AI don't really like Satin Ice because it dries out and gets a firmer texture. I use the Duff brand which is Fondarific and it stays soft.

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