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Storing Victoria sponge URGenT help required!!!!

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Have just made my first ever Victoria sponge, looks uite good, put freshly whipped double cream in it.

Just iced it - again, first attempt, looks quite good. NOW what do I do with it. The cream will have been out for hours, the icing can't go in the fridge, right? Am i doomed to a sticky, gone-off mess tomorrow?

MikeLitoris Sun 15-Sep-13 19:12:52

Thats it twelve. Say good bye to any spare time and money you have.

Your weekends will be spent up to your elbows in fondant grin

Spare time and money? Ha ha ha ha ha. I did mention the 2yo twins, right? wink

MikeLitoris Sun 15-Sep-13 19:43:47

I have a 2yo and regularly have to make cakes with her dangling off my neck! Not sure I would be sane with 2 2yo's.

nannycook Sun 15-Sep-13 21:08:07

And me, well no i dont have a 2yr old, but i'm old with a full time job and a very active 4yr old grandson, who recently started school, i make all my cakes at night and work well into the night to finish them, i have no money cos i cant keep away from the cake dec shop, but hey oh i'm happy.

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