Freezing A Cake

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SPODN Posted 21 Apr 2015 , 1:10pm
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I need to make and decorate a cake in advance of the event.  I've baked my cakes in advance in the past then frost and decorate them the day before but I will not have the luxury of time with this one.  I'm looking for suggestions for frosting and fillings that can be frozen.  I started using Fondarific fondant recently and really like how easy it is to work with.  The company claims it can be frozen with no ill effects.  So I'm going to try it with a sample cake to see if it will truly work.  But I'm not sure about frosting.  I'm going to be making a wedding cake and the bride does not like traditional butter cream. Too sweet.  I've used Rich's Better Cream and she thought that was better and she like my swiss meringue butter cream but I don't know how either of these would hold up to being frozen.  Also does anyone have any advise about fillings that would freeze well.

 Any advise anyone can give would be greatly appreciated.





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