Freezing Wedding Cake

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Questions and Answers – How To Freeze Wedding Cake

 

Question:

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.

 

Answers:

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.

 

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