Rich And Smooth Frosting??

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Pattycakes80 Posted 28 Oct 2011 , 10:56pm
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Hi All,

I am covering a cake in rich & smooth frosting this weekend but I have no idea how it works??

Can I cover a cake in it on Sunday afternoon and deliver to the customer and then they put it in the fridge and it will be ok for consumption on Monday night??

Is this safe?? I read on a website that it doesn't even need to go in the fridge, but surely 24hours is too long??

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MCurry Posted 28 Oct 2011 , 11:08pm
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Are you asking about frosting in general or is the type of frosting you are using is called "rich & smooth?" A cake can be covered on Sunday, put in the fridge and be more than fine for Monday night consumption. I put all finished cakes in the fridge. Just make sure you let them know who many hours before cutting they need to take it out to come to room temperature.

Hope I answered your question. If not, let me know! : )

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Pattycakes80 Posted 29 Oct 2011 , 7:24am
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Hiicon_smile.gif Thanks for the answer.

Yes, there is a product that I have bought called "Rich & Smooth" and it is apparently better than making your own buttercream. I don't really do buttercream cakes, I like to stick to fondant so I'm really worried about how long they last.

Your answer was great, thanks!

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