4 Easy Steps to Freeze Unfrosted Cakes

4 Easy Steps to Freeze Unfrosted Cakes cake layers on white surface

4 Easy Steps to Freeze Unfrosted Cakes: Learn how to properly freeze your dough and baked goods for quick, anytime treats that’ll satisfy every craving and occasion! Find more ways to up your freezer stash game with our Baking Made Easy special issue!

How to freeze unfrosted, baked cake layers:

  1. Prep: Make sure baked cake layers, Bundts, and other unfrosted cakes are completely cool. For optimal freshness, keep Bundt cakes, pound cakes, and other one-layer cakes whole.

2. Package: For cake layers, wrap each tightly in plastic wrap and then place into resealable bags. For Bundt cakes, tube cakes, and other one-layer cakes, wrap tightly with plastic wrap, and seal in a resealable bag.   

3. Freeze: Baked cakes can keep in the freezer for up to 3 months.

4. Defrost: To frost, remove cake layers from wrapping and frost while still frozen. Let frosted and unfrosted cakes come to room temperature, about 3 hours or let thaw in refrigerator overnight.

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  1. What a timely post! So many summer occasions can benefit from a cake. 🙂 Are those Weck jars holding the frosting in the first photo?


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