Freezing A Top Tier Of Wedding Cake

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patticake1951 Posted 25 Mar 2009 , 1:56am
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Does a fondant cake hold up good when you put it in the freezer? I was wondering how I should go about this. I am making a wedding cake in May, and I need to know how to tell the bride to store the top. Any advice would be helpful. TIA

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mommabeaver25 Posted 25 Mar 2009 , 2:44am
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I don't know if this is the "correct" way but when I froze mine. I wrapped it once in wax paper then wrapped it in pastic wrap then wrapped it in alumumn(sp?) foil then finished it off by putting it in a air tight container. When we opened it up on our 1 yr anniversary and ate a bit of it, from what everyone told me I was expecting to taste something really gross but it tasted just like it did on our wedding day. And cause I'm a sentimental (sp?) person we wrapped it back up and put it back in the freezer where to this day it still sits.

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patticake1951 Posted 26 Mar 2009 , 1:10pm
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Thanks, I was also wondering if the fondant would freeze well until their anniversary. I made a small cake covered with fondant and put in the freezer a few days ago to take out a few weeks from now and see how it is holding up. I know our wedding cake was just as good on our 1 year, as it was that day, but it wasn't fondant.

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