Freezing Fondant Cake Question

Decorating By keonicakes Updated 23 Feb 2011 , 6:34pm by zespri

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keonicakes Posted 23 Feb 2011 , 12:35am
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If you make a cake and freeze it then carve, ice in buttercream and add all of the fondant accents like a diamond pattern around the cake, will I have a problem freezing the cake again? I've never re-frozen a cake and have never frozen fondant. My problem is the cake is for Saturday, it will be a big one, but I have so much going on Thursday and Friday that tomorrow is really my only day that I can do this.
Thank you for your advice with this.

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zespri Posted 23 Feb 2011 , 6:34pm
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you won't need to re-freeze it, as long as you have put some kind of icing on it to seal in the moisture, just leave it out. Most cakes will last up to a week, as long as they are sealed. Make sure you use simple syrup to keep it moist.

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