Thanks! Any thoughts on cake pops?
This is really interesting to me. I have often wondered about this and the impact the weather (ie. heat) while in transport would have on them? Does anyone have any experience with this?
In transporting baked goods (depending what it is) pack the item in an insulated box with dry ice. DO NOT TOUCH the dry ice use gloves. When shipping, freeze the product first (like cheesecakes, cakes, pies, etc.) then put the dry ice on top and the bottom of the food package to keep it frozen. Hopes this helps.
Where can a person get dry ice for shipping?
Hi Zeldamae, my local grocery store sells dry ice near the registers (near the regular bags of ice) Just ask customer service. If you have a Baskin Robbins ice cream store near you, they also sell it...although it would be more expensive than a local grocery store. Hope this helps!
When I mail cake pops, after individually wrapping them I arrange them on cardboard and bubble wrap each layer. then cushion with packing popcorn...
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