Keeping Buttercream Cakes In The Fridge

Decorating By therollingpinbakery Updated 1 Jun 2016 , 11:26pm by kakeladi

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therollingpinbakery Posted 1 Jun 2016 , 12:36pm
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Hi there,

I can't get my head around this! 

So if I put a fully covered buttercream cake in a box and then in the fridge, when it comes to room temperature the condensastion will go on the question is, when I take the cake out of the box, won't the buttercream start to melt again? I just wondered how long I have before the buttercream starts to slip? 

Thank you

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kakeladi Posted 1 Jun 2016 , 11:26pm
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I have never had b'cream melt.  I seldom have frig'd my cakes but even the ones I did never melted on me.  I do live in a very dry climate but out temp can go over 100 (like today!)   

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