Decorated Cake in Florida

by Tab
(Treasure Island, FL)

I am making a tiered cake for my son's 16th birthday party. It is going to be iced with buttercream frosting. We live in Florida and it is hot and humid. If I complete it today, can I store it in the refrigerator until tomorrow?

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Oct 12, 2009
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Buttercream and humidity
by: Michelle (editor)

Hi Tab,

Yes, you can. I always store my cakes in the refrigerator until about just before the party starts. That will protect the buttercream from drooping and still give you enough time to bring the cake to room temperature for serving.

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Michelle (editor)

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