Wedding Cakes and Celebration Cakes for Special Occasions in and around West Yorkshire
To enjoy your cake at its best it is recommended that sponge cakes are eaten on the day of the event as they are baked in advance to allow for decoration and unless advised otherwise it is expected that the cake will be cut and served entirely on the day of the event.
If you do have surplus cake this is best eaten within 2/3 days, or if you wish to enjoy your cake for longer it can be frozen within 24hrs of the event (see below for guidance). Please note that this is just a 'best before' guide and cakes may remain fresh for longer, however please note that the addition of ganache may shorten the shelf life. Responsibility cannot be taken for a cake that is not 'at its best' if it is eaten beyond the given timescales or stored incorrectly. Please use your own judgement and discretion with regard to the freshness of the cake and any fillings.
Storage Guidance ...
Once the cake has been cut please wrap the exposed area with cling wrap and store in the box provided in a cool, dry and hygenic place away from strong odours and sources of heat ie. radiators and direct sun light. It is best not to store cake in the refrigerator as this may affect the quality of the cake and condensation may form on the icing causing it to become wet.
Should you wish to freeze any leftover cake, it is advisable to cut the cake into individual portions or a size that you know will be eaten on the same day. Wrap each portion in a double layer of cling film, a layer of foil and place into a sealable plastic container suitable for freezing.
Your cake when frozen is best consumed within 2/3 months. Leave to defrost at room temperature before unwrapping and eat the same day.