Boxing Tall Cakes

Decorating By kcmarie Updated 5 Oct 2009 , 4:04am by Melchas

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kcmarie Posted 5 Oct 2009 , 3:45am
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Does anyone have any recommendations for boxing tall square or round cakes? I usually just use a normal box, keep it propped up, and wrap it with cling wrap. I'd like a better way if there is one. Is there any webs sites out there that sells taller boxes? I've searched to no avail. I have a wedding cake delivery box, but I need something for when cakes are picked up. Thanks for any suggestions!

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Melchas Posted 5 Oct 2009 , 4:04am
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I just use a regular moving box from the hardware store, they usually have several sizes to choose form and they are inexpensive.

I cut one whole size open and then use pcaking tape to secure it shut. This way you can easily slide the cake in and out instead of trying to lift it. I also a "no slide" mat to keep the cake from shifting.

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