I Want To Freeze My Twoibite Cupcakes For A Year But How?

Decorating By FoodGodess Updated 9 Jun 2014 , 7:50pm by sha1col

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FoodGodess Posted 5 Jun 2014 , 2:22am
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I want to freeze my twoibite cupcakes for a year but how? They come out only for a month and then from pink to yellow for a few more months, halloween earlier but probly orangy....anyhow I heard freezing them can be done for about 5 months and did so for about 1-2 months but next time gonna stock up 50-100 of these 12 per box boxes and want them to last for about a full year, can I get a well do I have to get a freezer on the ground that is extra-cold to do so help?

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sha1col Posted 9 Jun 2014 , 7:50pm
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AI've never froze a pastry before. But years ago when my mom married my dad, she froze their anniversary tier and it was very fresh a year later. If they have frosting that would have to harden first. Proceed to wrap in wax paper, then use freezer plastic wrap and wrap it very well, lastly, place in a couple of Ziplock freezer bags. I've done this not with a pastry in my deep freezer which sits in my kitchen in my apartment and I'm on the upper level and I've NEVER had an issue with taste, quality, or anything. I wouldn't use the freezer part of a refrigerator because I go in and out if there way more thn my deep freezer.

I hope this helps...

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