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I store my cupcakes in a plastic cake box the sponge goes sticky. If i store a cake in a metal tin, the icing goes sticky. 

 

How long do your cakes normally last before the icing goes slightly sticky, or doesn't it? 

 

Feel like however I store my baking something goes wrong! Its frustrating!

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I store mine in cardboard bakery boxes. That is, for the duration of time between finishing making them and giving to the client who ordered them.

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Life's too short to make cake pops.
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Originally Posted by Evoir View Post

I store mine in cardboard bakery boxes. That is, for the duration of time between finishing making them and giving to the client who ordered them.

I do the same thing. I have gotten sticky cakes from them being under a dome before frosting them but never sticky icing.

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