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What do you store your cakes/cupcakes in?

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Pannacotta Mon 26-Oct-09 15:40:34

At the moment we have a motley collection of old tupperware boxes (none of which takes a whole cake), but I'd like to find some nice containers, ideally with see through lids so we don't forget what's inside...

Any ideas where to look?
Thanks

DwayneDibbley Mon 26-Oct-09 15:42:32

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alypaly Mon 26-Oct-09 15:43:33

i use the containers from costco .You can buy them with a choc fudge cake already in them or in a pack of 3 . They are transparent with a black lid. brilliant.

RubysReturn Mon 26-Oct-09 15:46:19

I store cakes in my tummy.
No need for anything else, I'm afraid.

DwayneDibbley Mon 26-Oct-09 15:47:11

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Pannacotta Mon 26-Oct-09 15:55:31

Thanks, that was quick!

I did look at Lakeland, the lock cake store is a bit too large for our kitchen, the other set looks v smart but not sure they are big/wide enough.

Most cakes dont hang around for long, but we have 3 birthdays over the next month so am hoping we may need a cake tin!!

Is costco online?

alypaly Mon 26-Oct-09 16:36:06

no you need to get a card .its like a makro wholesaler ,but one the general public can use. the fresh meats and fish are fantastic...so is the choc fudge cake,carrot cake and the childrens birthday cakes which feed about 40 kids for £9.99

notamumyetbutoneday Mon 26-Oct-09 16:51:02

Cake tins. They are turquoise and pink, a Christmas present froma friend last year. Set of 3 from M & S.

pointyhat Mon 26-Oct-09 17:03:20

big biscuit tins and sweet tins

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