Rtc Make Ahead

Decorating By LelekBolek Updated 26 Apr 2016 , 6:38pm by -K8memphis

LelekBolek Posted 26 Apr 2016 , 1:14pm
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Please remind me a shelf-life of an buttercream&fondant covered RTC decoration. A "wooden plank" in this case, so just a flat rtc "board", about 13"X3"X0.7" dimensions + fondant and BC on one side... I am scheduling a bunch of stuff, cake-making schedule included, and am confusing myself already. If I make it today (Tuesday), cover it with bc and fondant today (or tomorrow), and refrigerate -  will it be OK Friday afternoon/evening? 


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-K8memphis Posted 26 Apr 2016 , 6:32pm
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by rtc do you mean rice krispie treats?

i never fridge mine for some reason -- but yes you would be fine to do it that way -- unless you are making your own rkt -- i think they need to cure for 6-8 hours or overnight before using/decorating them -- it's letting the gelatin in the marshmallows set up & do it's thing -- but i know peeps who make it and fridge it and away they go -- 

so yes you got this

-K8memphis Posted 26 Apr 2016 , 6:34pm
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a thought for you -- you can use a microplane to smooth off the surface if you want before you ice them

-K8memphis Posted 26 Apr 2016 , 6:38pm
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and  thoroughly forgive me if i goofed up and rtc means something else --- hahahaha -- what does it mean?

royal troubador cream?

rolled truffle cordials? 

umm idk sorry if i goofed

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