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    Hello ladies

    It'll be my anniversary in July and I'm going to pull the top tier of my cake out of the freezer and have it at an anniversary "party" thing that we are thinking of having (assuming I won't be in hospital squeezing this kid out on our anniversary! Lol!!).



    Just want to know how I would go about defrosting the cake? I have wrapped it tightly in foil and glad wrap because this is what I was told to do... I am just not sure how long it takes to thaw out..

    I'm really looking forward to it because it's banana

    Thank you in advance

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    Emma, you might want to post this in the cooking thread, too - Cailin & some of the other girls in there are magicians with food... I'm sure they'll know what to do

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    Thanks for that Will do!

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    Mine took about a day and a half to defrost, but I had major problems with the foil - tiny pieces of it were stuck in the icing - so I had to pick them out bit by bit! Oh and mine was a choc orange mudcake, maybe banana will take a little less for defrosting. BOL.

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    Give it 2 days to defrost in the fridge. BUT, as Lisa says, the foil can be tricky.

    I would take it out frozen, remove all the foil and glad wrap, then re-wrap in just glad wrap, and wait 2 days........

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    Good idea Lucy - I was so angry about the foil - more so b/c my MIL was the one that wrapped it while we were on our honeymoon - if I had done it, i wouldnt have been so upset

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    Good plan, thanks for that!! That's a great idea.

    Thanks ladies

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    oh great advice - how long do you think our wedding cake will last frozen? it's fruit and has been in there for two years!!three this Christmas. i was hoping to get it out this Christmas but we went over seas so am hoping the family can eat it this year.unless we get a christening in first.(please, please, please)

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    I think fruit cakes last forever because the alcohol in them preserves it really well So you'll probably find it's still good!!

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