Thawing Custom Cake

Baking By Sabskhan Updated 22 Oct 2016 , 11:44pm by Apti

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Sabskhan Posted 22 Oct 2016 , 7:12pm
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Hi everybody,

I'm new to this group. I have a query that I really want you all to answer as per your knowledge and experience. My sister had ordered a customized cake for me on my birthday. My hubby fell really sick and we had to postpone the party for a week so during this time the cake had been put up in the airtight plastic container and placed in the freezer. Now I have party tomorrow morning at 11 am, so when do I take it out of the freezer to cut? Please help! It's a fully ready cake. I can share the picture if that's needed.

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Brandiib85 Posted 22 Oct 2016 , 10:18pm
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Take it out now and put in fridge to thaw. Then in the morning take out about an hour, maybe more, to get to room temp. Good luck.

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Apti Posted 22 Oct 2016 , 11:44pm
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Brandiib 85 is absolutely correct.   Do not remove from the "box" until all of the condensation has evaporated.   The cake should be fine, whether buttercream or fondant.   Hope your husband is better and belated Happy Birthday and welcome to the forum.

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