Can I Re Freeze A Thawed Out Sponge Cake?

Decorating By beejayell Updated 30 Jun 2011 , 1:25am by auzzi

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beejayell Posted 29 Jun 2011 , 2:18pm
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Hi everyone! I'm new here...and I'm from the UK..... and I'm an idiot!! I think I have finally achieved meltdown in my stress filled life as I have just realised that the cake I defronsted last night and have spent hours this morning cutting, buttercreaming and sugarpasteing is not for delivery this saturday but next!!!! AAAARRRRRGGGGGHHHHHH!!!
What advice can you give me... I know that sugarpaste does not freeze well so that must come off but can I salvage the buttercreamed sponge or do we just eat the 40 portion cake and I start again???
I usually freeze my freshly made sponge cakes until near to the time they are needed then get them out and decorate them - I'm just not sure if it is safe to refreeze a once thawed out sponge cake.
Any thoughts?? icon_cry.gif

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auzzi Posted 30 Jun 2011 , 1:25am
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..... we just eat the 40 portion cake and .. start again ...

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