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Topic: How do you store cake pops?
Woofieluv 02/01/2011 7:57 PM
Hello, I'm so new to this and came across this forum yesterday.

I started to make Yo Gabba Gabba cake pops for my two year old's birthday party in two weeks- mainly just to see if I could make them! I just finished one batch tonight (without any details, just made the cake and dipped them). My question is, how do I store them? Do I keep them in the fridge until her party in two weeks? Or do I store them at room temp somewhere?

Also, I have some cake ball things in the fridge that I haven't dipped yet. Are they okay to keep in the fridge until I have the candy melted to dip? It's going to take me more than one day to make all of these!

Thanks for your help!
MHott3 02/02/2011 1:49 PM
Hi,there! I haven't been doing cake pops for very long, but I have made several different kinds. Mine have all stored well in a ziplock baggie or individually wrapped for almost 3 weeks. The cake stays fresh and moist because the candy coating seals it. If your house runs on the hotter side I would put them in the fridge to prevent melting, otherwise mine did fine at room temperature.

As far as for the undipped cake balls, I wouldn't leave them in there for more than a day or 2. They start to get crusty on the outside. Just make sure you let them set out on parchment paper for a while after removing them from the fridge or the condensation will seize the chocolate and it won't look smooth. Get them all dipped initially then take all the time you need to finish the decorations!

Hope that helps and good luck!!
scrubs900 11/15/2011 9:24 AM
hott3 how did you make those micky mouse bake pops?
MHott3 11/15/2011 9:34 AM
Here is the link where I originally got it.

http://www.bakerella.com/you-asked/
scrubs900 11/16/2011 1:39 PM
Thank you soooooo much I can't wait to make them. Thank You.
HiYou 11/28/2011 5:50 PM
Store them in the refrigerator - take them out a half hour or so before the party (or before they eat them). Bye, hon!
emmer_d 08/16/2012 3:58 PM
Will they get moisture on them moving from the frig to room temp?