Freezing Wedding Cake

Print Friendly, PDF & Email


Cake    Cooking Lessons - Cooking 101   


Email this to someoneShare on Facebook0Share on Google+0Pin on Pinterest0Share on StumbleUpon0Tweet about this on TwitterShare on Yummly0


Questions and Answers – How To Freeze Wedding Cake



I will be getting married next month, and I am wondering how to freeze the top tier of the cake.  Can you help me?  Thank you in advance.



To make sure your wedding cake is as tasty as it was on your wedding day, use vapor-proof, moisture-proof large freezer bags.

First freeze the cake for five to six hours to set the frosting, then wrap it in plastic wrap to seal, and double-bag (or even triple-bag) it in large freezer bags.  Either use a vacuum sealer or suck out all the air from the bags using a straw to get a vacuum-tight seal (extra air will leech moisture from your cake).  Place the wrapped cake in a bakery box to protect it from being damaged by other goods in the freezer.  If your cake has a custard filling, freezing it is not recommended because the filling could separate.


Related Recipes:

Comments and Reviews

Leave a Reply