Buttercream And Royal Icing At High Altitude

Decorating By ttibbe Updated 3 Jun 2009 , 2:16am by blondeez

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ttibbe Posted 3 Jun 2009 , 2:07am
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I am taking a cake with buttercream and sugar cookies with royal icing to Colorado in 2 weeks and am wondering if I will have any problems with icings going into high altitude. We are driving out and I'd like to take everything decorated and iced. Does altitude only effect when you are baking things? I just wanted to gather some info before I decide for sure what to do because I dont want a mess on my hands (or in the car) when I arrive there. We are staying in a condo with a full kitchen so I could do everything there - but I'd rather take them completed so I can have fun and not be stuck in the kitchen =)

Thoughts .....

Thanks in advance!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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blondeez Posted 3 Jun 2009 , 2:16am
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Im have no idea. I know baking in high altitude requires a different method but if its already made and iced, Im not sure. Here's a bump though hopefully someone else can answer this for you.

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