Decorating By susieq76 Updated 1 Aug 2006 , 9:52pm by cakesbyamym

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susieq76 Posted 1 Aug 2006 , 6:22pm
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Hi- I have a large cake coming up (well large for me LOL) and I want to freeze the cakes about a week in advance. I tried looking up posts here and my head is spinning... icon_confused.gif

Should I wrap in saran and then foil? When defrosting- do I leave the saran on until defrosted??

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JoAnnB Posted 1 Aug 2006 , 7:18pm
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For short term freezing (not more than a couple of weeks) I double wrap layers in plastic wrap, and thaw in the plastic. Anything longer, I use foil.

If there is anything with odor in your freezer (onions) the use foil to protect the cake.

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brendan Posted 1 Aug 2006 , 7:26pm
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I always freeze my cakes! It won't hurt to wrap foil around them and freeze for around 2 weeks. I don't like to leave them any longer than that.

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m0use Posted 1 Aug 2006 , 8:05pm
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After cake has cooled, I wrap it up in saran wrap. I then wrap mine up in freezer paper.
As cake thaws out, leave wrapped so that the moisture does not escape. I usually like to to thaw my cakes out in the fridge overnight first. But if I don't have time or I forget, I just leave them on the counter wrapped still while they thaw out. But don't leave them stacked on top of each other, or your cakes won't thaw out.

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cakesbyamym Posted 1 Aug 2006 , 9:52pm
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Per the suggestion of another CC member, I overwrap in plastic (two times) immediately when turned out of the baking pan. Then, I overwrap in foil (two times), and put into the freezer. I try to thaw the day prior to needing the cake. I let the cakes thaw completely in the plastic and foil liners. They seem to retain their moisture much better by keeping the linings on while thawing. I never freeze a cake for more than a week to 10 days. Just my preference. Everyone has a method that works best for them. This one just seems to always end with great results for me.


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