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Will Fondant covered cake be good for Saturday

post #1 of 24
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Hi Everyone. If I made a cake, frosted it with buttercream, then covered it with Fondant...would it still be good For a birthday party on Saturday? It's the MMF and I'm doing it for a doll cake! Let me know what you know and think! Thanks TAMMY
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Hi Everyone. If I made a cake, frosted it with buttercream, then covered it with Fondant...would it still be good For a birthday party on Saturday? It's the MMF and I'm doing it for a doll cake! Let me know what you know and think! Thanks TAMMY



hi Tammy.
i did a mmf cake on saturday for mothers day... i hear not to put mmf in the fridge.. but i did and it tasted great!!!
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post #3 of 24
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so did you put it in the fridge and if not how did you store it and how many days ahead did you make it?
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so did you put it in the fridge and if not how did you store it and how many days ahead did you make it?



i made it the day beofre and put it in the fridge
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post #5 of 24
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SO, does anyone else know if the cake made today Wednesday would be good for Sunday?
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post #6 of 24
It will be fine unless you used something in it that needs to be refrigerated.

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post #7 of 24
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All I did was used the cake mix formula and bc frosting and then the MMF...do I need to cover it or anything?
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post #8 of 24
I usually put mine in a box or throw a piece of plastic wrap over it just to "keep the dust" off of it. Don't seal it up tight.

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post #9 of 24
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thanks!
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post #10 of 24
Welcome!
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post #11 of 24
I made MMF about 5 days ago, I put it in a mixing bowl with a lid and left it on my counter. it still tastes good, and when I need to use some I just pop it in the microwave for about 10 seconds to loosen it up.
post #12 of 24
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Well I know that it will last the MMF I've used on this cake I made 2 weeks ago and it taste fantastic!!!! I have to keep my 10 month old away from it. I was just wondering about how it would last decorated on a cake
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post #13 of 24
If you seal it up it might absorb too much moisture from the cake and get soft and sag. Left on the counter it will be fine.

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do you think that I should cover it with aluminum foil or a brown paper back to keep it from fading?
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post #15 of 24
Covering it with a paper bag would "keep the dust off" but unless it's in a window I don't think you need to worry about it fading.

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