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I have a few ramekin-sized Christmas cakes that I meant to ice and give away but I never got 'round to the icing bit. I'd like to keep them for next Christmas.The cakes are very moist and well-wrapped, should I freeze or store in a tin?
I'd just eat them and make some more next Christmas! I think if they are little they will end up v. dry if left for a year. You could freeze them I guess
Freeze them.Or make them into ice cream.
Agree with GandT - eat them. They won't improve between now and Xmas and that's assuming you don't forget about them (I would)
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