Traveling Cake- Nj To New Hampshire

Decorating By NJCakeDiva Updated 25 May 2010 , 5:02pm by CherylWI

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NJCakeDiva Posted 24 May 2010 , 3:09pm
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Good Morning All icon_biggrin.gif ,

Just wanted a bit of advice. A close friend would like for me to make a graduation cake for their child who is in boarding school. The cake will have to travel from NJ to New Hampshire. What is the best prep/assembly method for keeping this cake in tact? She wants a sheet cake.

All suggestions are appreciated in advance.

Thank You

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CherylWI Posted 25 May 2010 , 5:02pm
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I have taken graduation cakes from Wisconsin to Kansas three times. Two were stacked cakes and one was a sheet cake. For all of them, I did all the decorating I could at home, boxed them and froze them. I took them straight from the freezer to the car and let them thaw as we traveled. I had very minimal touch-ups to do when we got there.

For the stacked cake, I stacked the bottom two tiers and put the top tier on once we arrived.

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