(Closed) Can you freeze Cake Pops or Cake Balls?

posted 8 years ago in Food
Post # 3
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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2011

I froze my disaster of an attempt at the cake balls (looked terrible but tasted awesome) and they just got better frozen. 

Post # 5
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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2011

Well, we never really thawed them so I can’t answer this question. Fiance and I just ate them straight from the freezer (I made them for Thanksgiving but they looked terrible so I never ended up bringing them). We both prefer our chocolate to be cold/frozen so this wasn’t an issue for us. I personally thought freezing them made the consistency of the cake even better!

Post # 6
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

I made some for my son’s birthday party, and I froze them for 5 days before his party. When I took them out, they did get condensation on them. They were little Goomba’s from Mario brothers games. It made them look like they were crying so I just kept dabbing them with paper towel.

Post # 7
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

I made cake pops two weeks ago…and packaged them individually in clear candy wrappers I bought at Michael’s, then tied them with bakers twine.  Then I put those in an airtight container. I ate one last week (so 1 1/2 weeks after I made them) and it was perfectly fine. I think the candy coating protects the inside.  It was still moist on the inside, but I didn’t have to worry about thawing, etc.  I have Bakerella’s Cake Pops cookbook, and it says to store in an airtight container…so that’s what I did.  I suggest the same for you, and I think they will be fine on Saturday 🙂

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