Cupcakes Fresh On Day 2?

Baking By SweetyGirl Updated 8 Aug 2015 , 8:45pm by Pastrybaglady

SweetyGirl Posted 8 Aug 2015 , 5:07pm
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I am baking cupcakes and muffins for a shower tomorrow.  My cupcake wrappers are a heavy paper wrapper (Wilton Waves).  Usually, when I bake a day ahead, I use foil wrappers to keep the iced cupcake as fresh as possible.  For this shower, however, I have the Wilton Waves cup.  My plan is to bake and decorate them today.  Does anyone know if these will still taste "fresh baked" for the mid-day event tomorrow?

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Cakemom21 Posted 8 Aug 2015 , 8:17pm
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I baked chocolate cupcakes yesterday, iced them with chocolate icing and stuck them in the refrigerator. (They are just for us). I took them out of the refrigerator this morning, to come to room temp (I don't like cold cupcakes) and they taste delicious. Oh, and I am not a chocolate fan.


Forgot to add, I used regular white liners from Smart n Final.

*Last edited by Cakemom21 on 8 Aug 2015 , 8:17pm
Pastrybaglady Posted 8 Aug 2015 , 8:45pm
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If you put them in plastic boxes they'll be fine.  If you only have cardboard you can wrap them with cling wrap.

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