Easy Clean-Up Tip--Use Freezer Paper On Work Area

Decorating By Apti Updated 16 Dec 2010 , 6:41am by sillywabbitz

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Apti Posted 16 Dec 2010 , 5:39am
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This may be something most people know already, but I only tried it recently and it really makes an amazing difference in clean-up; especially chocolate! The 18" width makes all the difference over wax paper.

I originally bought a large roll of Reynold's Freezer Paper (about $5-$6) to use for my chocolate wrapped cake since I didn't have acetate. I've been making a LOT of molded chocolates and bark, and I just lay down a 2'-3' piece of paper, shiny side up, tape the corners to hold it in place, and WAA LAA! Easy-peasy clean-up.

Hope this is helpful to someone out there in cake and candy land.
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sillywabbitz Posted 16 Dec 2010 , 6:41am
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Thanks for the tip. I do this under my mixer when I make frostingicon_smile.gif

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