Okay...emergency!! so i baked 2 rounds and flipped them out to plates so i coukd flip again to my cooling rack...got side tracked with kiddos and forgot i didnt flip to rack. When i went to get them they were already completely cooled and when i did flip to rack they wwr3e super soggy on the side that was against the glass plate.
I need these for the morning and wont have time to rebake...can i save them??
How soggy are they? Are they still intact? Could you put the rack inside the oven with the oven light on for a bit? Or on 200?
They are pretty wet, wet enough that i wouldnt eat it. Still in tact, yes!
I could, didnt know if that would work. Right now i have them in the fridge to 'dry out' ...not sure if that will help though either.
As he other poster said, depending on how quickly you need them - put them in the oven - on a very!low temp - just the light bulb isn't going to do it unless you leave them in some 8 hrs :( They will not dry out in the frig. I'm also thinking that I whould just go ahead and ice them. That moisture/soggyness is going to spread throughout the cake and not be noticed at all
slice off a thin layer?