Freezing Cakes For One Day?

Baking By CassiaM Updated 21 Feb 2019 , 3:25pm by -K8memphis

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CassiaM Posted 21 Feb 2019 , 3:36am
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Hello everyone,

i have a 2 tier birthday cake due for Saturday that   I’ll be baking tomorrow (Thursday), morning. Should I freeze them for the 24 hours or so before filling and crumb coating, etc on Friday afternoon? Or is it best to leave them on the counter (well wrapped of course)? I usually either bake on the Friday morning (no freezer) or earlier in the week (freeze for a few days), so with this amount of time I’m not sure what’s best. I’ll be leveling and torting them tomorrow as well. 

Thanks!

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ypierce82 Posted 21 Feb 2019 , 4:04am
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For a Saturday delivery, I bake (torte and fill) then wrap up on Thursday,  and decorate Friday. That timeline has always worked for me.

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kakeladi Posted 21 Feb 2019 , 5:21am
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It never is wrong to freeze even over night  you can torte fill &fz or just fz then tort which ever you want 

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CassiaM Posted 21 Feb 2019 , 5:33am
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I think I’ll go ahead and freeze them. Thanks!!

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SandraSmiley Posted 21 Feb 2019 , 3:23pm
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Like kakeladi, I freeze them even for one day.  It is a habit and it works.

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-K8memphis Posted 21 Feb 2019 , 3:25pm
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I freeze them

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