Tuesday, August 4, 2009

How to Freeze or Preserve the top layer of your Wedding Cake

In light of my upcoming anniversary this Saturday, I thought it would be a great idea to share some helpful tips on how to freeze the top layer of your wedding cake.
Many couples save the top layer of their wedding cake and eat it on their first anniversary.Here is how you should really be freezing your cake if you want it to remain as fresh as possible for the entire year:

Refrigerate the cake overnight in order to firm up the icing.

Wrap the cake in plastic wrap and place in freezer bags.

Use a vacuum sealer or even a straw to suck out the excess air from the bags as any oxygen left in the bag may start to suck moisture from your cake.

Place the wrapped cake into the bakery box, and wrap the outside of the box in plastic wrap as well.

Place the covered bakery box in the freezer, and do not disturb for one year.

Note: Not all types of cakes or fillings are recommended for freezing for one year

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