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    Default Baking question

    It's my sons party on Saturday.
    I made a test cake yesterday and it was a huge fail.

    I made another one today and I looks great! Can I wrap in cling wrap and freeze till I ice it Friday?

    Or do I need to make it fresh on Friday?

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    You can definitely freeze it. I find partially frozen cakes so much easier to shape and ice.

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    Excellent, thank you!

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    I wanted to wish your son Happy Birthday I hope the party goes well

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    What kind of cake did you make? Definitely freeze it but I suggest cling wrap and a plastic bag, just to ensure no moisture gets in. Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rkb View Post
    I wanted to wish your son Happy Birthday I hope the party goes well
    Aww thank you. I can't believe he is 3!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mopeg View Post
    What kind of cake did you make? Definitely freeze it but I suggest cling wrap and a plastic bag, just to ensure no moisture gets in. Good luck!
    It's a chocolate cake with red and blue cake pop balls in the middle , made in a baking dish.
    It's huge and I hope I don't have to make it again.

    I've wrapped it 3 times in cling wrap, will bag it also. Thank you.

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    Sounds awesome - you should upload a pic of it on party day. Try not to stress and make sure you eat something yourself

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    Will do, thank you.

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    Apart from the writing I'm pretty happy with it. I thought a icing pen would be easier and look neater, but it wasn't and my daughters friend wanted to draw a heart. But the inside was what I wanted. ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1371454033.056295.jpgImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1371454049.576493.jpg


 

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