cake freezing

by M
(Des Moines)

Do you freeze your cake prior to crumb coating it or can you crumb coat it and then freeze it? How do you make sure it is fresh?

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Jul 21, 2009
yes and yes
by: nancy of ca

Yes you can freeze your cake before or after crumb coating. I froze my cakes for my 50th wedding Anniversary about four days before making it and it turned out so fresh and very moist. I had made three tiers of Red Velvet cakes. I didn't crumb coat them first. I wrapped them really good in saran wrap and then into a plastic zip lock bag. They were great. I have frozen a complete decorated cake or cakes before with all butter cream and they were fine. I noticed on the cake boss and some of the other cake TV shows that they also freeze some of there cakes. I would not freeze a fondant one tho. I hope this helps you, Nancy of Rialto CA

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