Frozen Cake To Be Picked Up In 2 Hours

Baking By athenanathy Updated 7 Jul 2019 , 9:15pm by kakeladi

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athenanathy Posted 6 Jul 2019 , 11:44am
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I overslept and left my almost finished cake in the freezer. The cake is due to be pick up in 2 hours and I took it out to start the thawing process but the cake is sweating. I will have to add drips and other types of buttercream details. This is a solid smbc cake. I dont know what to do, I should have read the many post on frozen cakes and thawing before going to sleep. I need help please. Any information is appreciated.  Can I still do my drips like this?

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-K8memphis Posted 6 Jul 2019 , 1:10pm
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Idk — you need to set it in the fridge to stop the sweating — can you delay the pick up?

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-K8memphis Posted 6 Jul 2019 , 1:16pm
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athenanathy   — if you need more info start a new thread — new members cannot initially “reply” — So please start a new thread — 

you posted an hour ago by the time I saw this so it’s probably stopped sweating by now :) so hopefully you can get your piping done 

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-K8memphis Posted 6 Jul 2019 , 4:51pm
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how did it go?? start a new thread to respond if you want -- hope it went well blush

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-K8memphis Posted 7 Jul 2019 , 8:18pm
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how did it go -- was it smooth sweat_drops  rowboat sailing blush

i'm just being silly but I would like to know if you pulled through

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kakeladi Posted 7 Jul 2019 , 9:15pm
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So would I....please inform us :)

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