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storing homemade cakes

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nellieloula · 12/04/2008 08:29

Hello - wondering if anyone can shed some light. I need to make a birthday cake for Sunday morning and was hoping to make the bases today and ice it all tomorrow. Would the bases stay fresh and moist if I stored them in a tupperware box?? And if so, should I put some greaseproof paper between them to keep them seperate??? thankyou!

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LynetteScavo · 12/04/2008 08:32

Yes , I'm sure they will stay fresh if kept in tupperware (or similar)- not that cake has ever lasted that long in this house. Greaseprrof paper would be a wise precausion.

What type of cake are we talking here, exactly?

multitasker · 12/04/2008 08:43

Wrap them individually in greaseproof paper. I keep biscuit tins from xmas for my cakes and biccies.

nellieloula · 12/04/2008 13:28

thank you both for that - tlaking about chocolate sponge. sure it will be fine overnight......just that it's for someone else, so need it to be ok!

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