January 05, 2018
With all the testing of baking kits we do at Bakestarters, we always have a constant supply of baked treats coming out of our kitchen. Baked treats are better fresh, and while we want to gobble them all up once they leave the oven, sadly, we still have our waistlines to care for.
But, as long as you know how to store your baked goods properly, you can still have delicious bakes anytime you want! Read on to check out some of our tips for storing the different types of baked goods in Singapore.
Singapore’s hot and humid weather may cause the cake to spoil more quickly, 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 them thaw before serving them so that they regain their original texture.
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 dry out in the fridge.
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.
Oreo Marshmallow Brownies
Let's be honest. There's really no need to store these brownies when they get gobbled up within the day!
Learning the correct way to store different types of bakes is essential in ensuring the longevity of your baked goods. We hope these tips help you better store your baked treats!
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