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Cake storage tin

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WitchOfEndor Sat 20-Oct-12 16:07:41

I've made my 8 inch Christmas cake and it (currently) fits in the biggest cake box I have. But after the marzipan and icing goes on it will be too big. I've looked at Lakeland online and annoyingly I can't find the measurements for the storage they sell. I'd like a box large enough to store a 10 inch square decorated cake, can anyone tell me where they got theirs?

GobblersKnob Sat 20-Oct-12 16:08:28

No, but I want one too so am watching with interest.

ClareMarriott Sat 20-Oct-12 18:08:32

check out Squires Kitchen in Farnham Surrey

WitchOfEndor Sat 20-Oct-12 18:31:37

Thanks Clare will look for their website

WitchOfEndor Sat 20-Oct-12 19:24:05

I've had a look at Lakeland again, eBay and Amazon and settled for a wham 15 litre square box 32x32 for £6.99 from Amazon. I was tempted by the lift out one in Lakeland but it only took 23cm cakes so it wasn't big enough.

MyCatHasStaff Sat 20-Oct-12 19:31:52

If you are storing an iced cake, don't put it in a plastic box or the icing will sweat and ruin. You can get a card box from ebay or Almond Art

WitchOfEndor Sun 21-Oct-12 20:28:09

Oh, I didn't know that, I thought the box needed to be airtight! I will have a look for card boxes.

MyCatHasStaff Sun 21-Oct-12 21:49:19

When you've cut into the cake, wedge a bit of clingfilm or foil into the cut bit (not over the icing) to keep it fresh smile

WitchOfEndor Wed 24-Oct-12 21:40:05

Thanks MyCat, you're obviously experienced at this!

nannycook Thu 25-Oct-12 20:32:30

Witchofendor, and, what ever you do dont put it in the fridge.

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