Storage & Cutting Guide
Thank you so much for your support of my small business. I want to ensure that all your goodies are stored properly so that you can get the most enjoyment out of them as possible. If you still have storage questions after reading this, please feel free to contact me.
Prior to being served, cakes are best stored in the fridge. You will want to remove it at least two hours prior to serving to ensure it has time to warm up inside (a cold cake is a dry tasting cake). If you have a fresh fruit filling in your cake please do not take it out of the fridge more than two hours before serving. Leftovers keep the best in the freezer in a sealed container so they don’t dry out, but you can also keep them in the fridge if you plan to eat them within a day
Cakesicles are best stored in the fridge, but can stay on the counter for up to two days. You will want to remove them at least one hour prior to serving to ensure they have time to warm up. Any extras can be stored in the refrigerator in a sealed container.
Smashable Pinata Cakes
These contain only chocolate and candy and therefore can be stored on the counter or in a pantry. Keep them away from sunlight or any sources of heat to ensure the chocolate does not melt. Any leftovers after smashing are best kept in a sealed container to stay fresh.
Crumble cups are best stored in the fridge until 30 minutes prior to consumption. Allow enough time for them to warm up before enjoying for the best taste and texture. Extras can remain in the fridge for up to three days or moved to a sealed container and refrigerated up to two months.
Gourmet Chocolate Apples
Store in the refrigerator for up to five days. To serve, slice room temperature apple with a sharp knife. This will ensure that all the yummy chocolate/caramel stays on the apple.
Peanut Butter Chocolate Bars
Store in the fridge for up to ten days. If you want them to last longer, place in the freezer in a sealed container where they will last up to three months.
These are best enjoyed on the day of pickup however they can be stored in the refrigerator for up to three days. Keep in mind that the longer you hold onto them, the softer the waffle cone will become.
Doughsicles must be stored in the fridge. Remove them one hour prior to serving to ensure they time to warm up inside. Extras can be stored in the fridge for up to three days. If you would like to keep them longer, just place them in the freezer.
Prior to being served, macarons are best stored in the fridge. You will want to remove them at least 30 minutes prior to serving to ensure they have time to warm up inside. They can be taken out up to several hours ahead of time as long as there are no fresh fruit filling (limit these to two hours on the counter before consumption). Leftovers can be kept in a sealed container in the fridge for up to three days or the freezer for up to two months.
Chocolate Covered Strawberries
Strawberries are best consumed on the day of pickup. Allow them to come to room temperature or consume cold, whichever you prefer. Should you have leftovers or need to store them, they can be placed in the fridge. Do not freeze as they will be mushy when you thaw them.
Hot Chocolate Bombs
Store in the cupboard in the box/bag that they are packaged in. No need for refrigeration. Consume within six months.
Store in a sealed container in the cupboard or on the counter. Consume within ten days.
Cake Cutting Guide
I want to ensure you get the most servings out of your cake so that you have enough to feed all of your guests (or to have leftovers for later). Below are some images of how to cut your cake for the correct number of servings. Typical “party size” servings are two inches by two inches. If you want smaller servings, use the second row of images to assist you.