(Closed) DIY Dessert/Sweets Buffet Questions

posted 4 years ago in Food
Post # 3
1737 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

Bump – kind of curious myself! My family will be making the cookies for our cookie table and I’m sure that at least some of them will want to bake the cookies in advance so they aren’t trying to do it the night before the wedding. It would be good to know if they can survive freezing.

Post # 4
1101 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

@Snapdragon2804:  I have frozen regular cookies for over 2months and they were just fine & tasty. Not sure about macaroons though.  Cake pops  freeze really well too.


Post # 6
1795 posts
Buzzing bee

I have a family member who made the cake for her daughter’s wedding.  She made the layers about 10 days early and froze them.  She frosted them after the cakes were defrosted, so I don’t know why it wouldn’t work with cupcakes as well, though I’ve never tried it. 

Post # 7
1101 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

@Snapdragon2804:  Before is fine.  I know they freeze fine b/c my niece had a lot left over from her wedding last year. We were eating them over a month after.  The decor looked as good as the day of.  Just don’t put the sticks in until ready to serve (for room) -or- just serve as cake balls.


BTW: they were so good!


Post # 9
1795 posts
Buzzing bee

@Snapdragon2804:  Trial runs are never a bad thing.  Like you, I’m not sure how the liner would hold up.  Let us know how it goes!

Post # 10
7564 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: January 2013

I had a dessert table and people started in on it right after the reception. I think you’re safe as long as it’s placed away from the cake. 

Post # 11
96 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

My sister makes cakes and she freezes them all the time. The cake isnt going to be as moist but it will still taste great. I make deserts from home ill give you a quick list of this you can do


chocolate covered pretzel sticks

chocolate covered oreos

chocolate coverd strawberries

Rice crispies treats (can also be chocolate covered)

cake pops

candied apples/ chocolate covered apples

decorated sugar cookies

chocolate lollipops (made with molds)

Hope this helps! Laughing

Post # 13
7272 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2015

@Snapdragon2804:  The only problem with freezing the cake pops is that they will contract & then swell again, possibly cracking the candy coating. I haven’t done it with cake, but I have frozen truffles that were chocolate coated and this happened. If you do any accent color decorating, I would wait until after they’ve defrosted because otherwise the colors may run together when condensation builds. 

Cakes & cookies freeze fine. 

Post # 14
8 posts
  • Wedding: February 2014

Actually, freezing cake, properly wrapped, will be very moist. Ditto on freezing cake pops. The chocolate will most likely crack when they defrost. Macaron shells freeze well. You can fill them a day or so ahead of time since they need that time to develop flavor and proper texture. Most other cookies will freeze well also. 

Post # 15
42 posts
  • Wedding: May 2016

I definitely love the cup cakes,its allure can not be ignored..Embarassed

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