800 Cupcakes

Baking By Bakers_Wife_09 Updated 17 May 2015 , 6:52am by cakemaker61

Bakers_Wife_09 Posted 6 May 2015 , 7:47pm
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How do u suggest transporting 800 cupcakes? 

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fdusing Posted 6 May 2015 , 8:03pm
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Do you have a place you can buy boxes with cupcake holders??

Bakers_Wife_09 Posted 6 May 2015 , 8:25pm
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I have cake boxes and plastic dozen holders

ypierce82 Posted 6 May 2015 , 8:26pm
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With boxes, you would need like 32 of them if each held 24 cupcakes. For my large orders, I use the Rubbermaid containers, the flat long ones. With my last order, I was able to fit 86 in each. 

Bakers_Wife_09 Posted 6 May 2015 , 9:09pm
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Oh! Great idea!

ypierce82 Posted 6 May 2015 , 9:18pm
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And they interlock each other so I was able to stack them in my Jeep and carry 2 at a time. They worked out perfect! 

Pastrybaglady Posted 9 May 2015 , 10:57pm
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I would cut my cardboard inserts to fit snugly inside the plastic box to prevent any toppling.

ypierce82 Posted 10 May 2015 , 12:02am
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They fit so close together that they didn't topple....for me anyway.

Jenn123 Posted 15 May 2015 , 2:29am
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8 Full sheet boxes or you could find something corrugated to work at uline.com


cakemaker61 Posted 17 May 2015 , 6:52am
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Wow, 800 cupcakes!  All I can tell you is I use 1/2 sheet bakery boxes with a cake board on the bottom for stability and cover that with some paper towels.  Each box should hold 30-35 cupcakes.  I hope you're considering baking all of these ahead of time and freezing.  That's what I do and put them in ziplock bags. Then when it's time to frost them, they get placed in the box while still frozen and the frosting is piped on.  It would be a nightmare to handle each one separately for frosting them unless you're doing a special design.  Good luck.

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