Refrigerate A Fondant Cake

Decorating By hema128s Updated 2 Jun 2013 , 6:54am by DORI2000

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hema128s Posted 1 Jun 2013 , 8:43am
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Hello Cakers! 


I'm from a hot part of asia and its even hotter and humid now that summer is starting. I need to make a cake on the 10th (Bake, cool, fondant and decorate) but it is to be picked up and eaten on the 12th. 


Since its really quite hot (we're talking 91 degrees F with a humidity level of well... high), any suggestions on how i can avoid sweating/condensation or basically any fondant mishaps? I'm thinking of packing up the cake and putting it into the fridge since I can't keep the aircons open for 48 hours straight and there is absolutely no way for me to make it on the 11th.


Thanks for your help!

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DORI2000 Posted 2 Jun 2013 , 6:54am
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I always need 3 days for a fondant cake: bake, spread and decorate. I put it in a freeze two times. Ones was great but the second time not. I don't know which fondant you use. Is better than you put some fondant in a freezer and then put it out, so you can see if is the same.


Good luck with a cake.





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