Freezing Cupcakes

Baking By Juliagu Updated 21 Sep 2010 , 7:36pm by KHalstead

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Juliagu Posted 21 Sep 2010 , 5:07pm
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I'm new here so figured I would give it a try! I have been freezing my cupcakes (when I don't have time to bake the day of) by wrapping them in small groups in saran wrap + foil and then putting them in a ziploc bag. I tried the flash freeze method but they were not as moist - a bit dryer. icon_eek.gif

My question is - I have ~250 mini cupcakes and the order was cancelled. I have them in like a metal cake pan container (unfrosted/undecorated). I was wondering if I could wrap the container in saran wrap + foil and then put the lid on and it would be the same as what I usually do? I guess I'm trying to save some time. It would take a LONG time to individually wrap these cupcakes. thumbsdown.gif Anyone do this before or think it would work??

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TattooMom25 Posted 21 Sep 2010 , 5:16pm
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That is usually how I wrap mine but only for a few days storage. Beyond that, to ensure best quality, might want to wrap seperatly.
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KHalstead Posted 21 Sep 2010 , 7:36pm
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I have frozen minis for 2 weeks, I laid them out (in their liners) on a sheet pan and then wrapped the whole thing in several layers of saran wrap. Froze them for 2 weeks, pulled out about 4 hrs. before I frosted them and just left them wrapped until the tray felt room temp to the touch. They were perfect and nice and moist and yummy!!

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