FREEZING YOUR CAKE
Freezing the top tier of your wedding cake is a wonderful tradition. You can defrost it and share it for dessert on your first anniversary.
To make sure your cake is as tasty as it was on your wedding day, all you need to do is:
Freeze the cake for five to six hours to set the frosting, then wrap it in several layers of plastic.
Place the wrapped cake in a bakery box to protect it from being damaged by other goodies in the freezer, and then
wrap the box with several more layers of plastic wrap, making sure to seal the box completely. That's it. Now, just tuck that little dickens in the freezer and you will have a wonderful first anniversary cake next year.
(There is a lot of wrapping in plastic wrap, but it's worth it.)
Note: If your cake had custard filling, freezing it is not recommended because the filling could separate
THAWING YOUR CAKE
To thaw your cake, just remove the cake from the freezer and immediately remove all the plastic wrap and thaw in the refrigerator for 48 hours, then place at room temperature for 2 to 3 hours.
You can skip the thawing in the refrigerator for 48 hours, and thaw at room temperature until completely thawed.
Either way, your cake will be as beautiful and delicious as the day of your wedding!
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