Freezing Mud Cakes

Baking By Tigertitch Updated 28 Apr 2022 , 2:37am by SandraSmiley

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Tigertitch Posted 25 Apr 2022 , 3:02am
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Hello, I have just read on another forum that you are supposed to wrap your cake in cling film and then tin foil for safe freezing.  I had forgotten about the cling wrap.  So I have two cakes both wrapped in tinfoil and then placed in a plastic bag which has been tied off.  Will these cakes be okay?  They have been in the freezer for 1 week and should remain there for another 2 weeks.  They are for a wedding and I need to know if I need to bake new cakes ahead of time.  Thank you

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-K8memphis Posted 25 Apr 2022 , 6:50pm
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you should be ok — I double wrapped my frozen cakes in cling film aka plastic wrap — then I slid all that into food safe plastic bags —

idk why peeps use aluminum foil but lots do it — I guess it holds the cakes well if it’s all sealed in — 

you should be fine — y’know you don’t want any strong odors in the freezer—like make & freeze the gallon of garlic lover’s spaghetti sauce after the cake comes out of there 


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SandraSmiley Posted 28 Apr 2022 , 2:37am
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For that short a period of time, I think they will be perfectly fine.

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