Help, How To Store Cakepops After Done And Decorated?

Baking By Paolabeck Updated 5 Oct 2018 , 4:56pm by inthekitchen2

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Paolabeck Posted 5 Oct 2018 , 3:15am
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I just finished my cakepops, which I usually don’t make, and I have to deliver them on Sunday, which is in a couple of days. How do I store them and keep them nice and fresh? I’m scared putting them in the fridge and having them sweat when I take them out on Sunday.


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Freckles0829 Posted 5 Oct 2018 , 11:19am
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You don't need to put them in the fridge unless you used some type of perishable frosting (like cream cheese).  They will be fine sitting out in a cool area of your home.  I would just box them up as you would deliver them and put them in a place where they won't get bumped.

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-K8memphis Posted 5 Oct 2018 , 11:19am
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i don't know but describe them are they dipped in chocolate? cream cheese icing in there ?

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inthekitchen2 Posted 5 Oct 2018 , 4:56pm
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I recently had a couple left on a tray that didn't make the cut for an order. I forgot about them and a week later I tried them. Delicious. They weren't doing anything other than sitting open at room temp. I did not have any perishable fillings. I think you're fine to box them up and leave at room temp, unless you have perishable fillings. 

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