Cake Pop Question Help

Baking By smile22 Updated 23 May 2017 , 3:15pm by Freckles0829

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smile22 Posted 17 May 2017 , 8:19pm
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So I made cake truffles cake pops minus the stick uncoated  all 70 of them are in airtight containers in the fridge. Tomorrrow I am coating them in chocolate but... I live in New England and it's going to be 87 d out we can go from hot to cold in an instant. 


The event is Saturday and it's in pa which is. 4 1/2 drive for me we are leaving Friday late morning. 


What can can I do tomorrow to insure the cake truffle coating won't melt? 

As far as traveling I was going to leave cake truffles in airtight container in those hot cold insulated bags you get at the grocery store and put a light weight sheet over it the car we are driving in is an SUV with an open trunk i am thinking the bag as well as the sheet should be enough or would you suggest I get some ice packs and place them in a bag over the sheet and insulated bag? 

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GIGGLEBOX2014 Posted 22 May 2017 , 12:50am
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You could place the ice packs inside the bags underneath your air tight containers?

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Freckles0829 Posted 23 May 2017 , 3:15pm
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I would just put some ice packs in the bottom of a cooler and place the containers on top.  Between that and the AC running in your car, they should be fine.

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