(Closed) Does wedding cake really stil taste good a year later?

posted 7 years ago in Food
Post # 4
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Wannabee
  • Wedding: December 2006

Yeah Mine was great! acually it seemed like it was jus a lil bit better than then.

Post # 5
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4485 posts
Honey bee

It’s personal preference. I know several people who have tried this, following the freezer packaging instructions to the letter, and they didn’t care for the taste or texture at all, even though they loved the cake at the wedding. I’ve also known at least one couple who got food poisoning. Obviously it doesn’t happen to everyone but is a safety precaution/risk to consider.

Post # 6
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Busy bee

When they give it to you, freeze it first with the cardboard underneath. Then. take it out, remove the cardboard, and wrap it up again (check to make sure you’ve wrapped it tightly for no air bubbles). A bakery gave my friend this tip because they said you need the cardboard to help it keep its shape when it initially freezes, but if you leave it there, it starts to taste like it!

Post # 7
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

I’ve heard it can taste like crap. My baker offered to bake me a new cake top in a year for our anniversary. Maybe you could ask if your baker would offer that option?

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