January 05, 2018
Most people are unable to finish an entire 9” cake on their own (we've tried it for the benefit of this article). With all the testing of baking kits we do at Bakestarters, we've amassed some useful knowledge on storing bake goods. Here are some of our tips:
Unfrosted Products (e.g. Cakes / Muffins)
Muffin Medley: Amazing Choc Chip Muffins X Double Chocolate Chip Muffins
Singapore’s hot and humid weather may cause the cake to spoil quicker, so keeping it in a cool environment will help with the storage. Just remember to wrap it tightly with plastic wrap so that less moisture is lost!
Frosted goods may be more difficult to store, but the extra effort is certainly worth it! Just remember to let it thaw before you serve.Cakes That Have Been Sliced
Red Velvet Cream Cheese Layer Cake (Dec 2017 Bakestarters Subscription Kit)
Take extra care to ensure that the missing parts of the cake (the slices that have been removed) are completely covered. That way, they won't lose its moisture! Cookies
Earl Grey Cookies With Dark Chocolate Chunks
Storing cookies in an airtight container helps them retain their moisture and prevent them from going stale, especially in Singapore's hot and humid conditions.
Matcha Marbled Cheesecake Brownies
Let's be honest. There's really no need to store these brownies when they get gobbled up within the day!
Or you could do what we do, we love to share our baked treats with everyone! People love receiving something handmade from scratch, especially if it's sweet and delicious.
The Bakestarters blog features tips and lessons to baking in Singapore, along with useful tips when using our signature baking kits.
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