How To Store Icing
How To Store Icing: Icing is the final step when making cakes and cupcakes and can take any cake for ordinary to the extraordinary. This 50 second tutorial explains how to properly store your prepared icing.
Hi there, I'm Lizzy. Welcome to the Cupcake Emporium here in Lancaster Gate, London. We've been making cupcakes here for a year and a half now, and we're proud to have some of the biggest cupcakes, in London, which are also really low calorie.
Once you've transferred the frosting into the piping bag, this will keep at room temperature for about half a day, a day maximum. The low fat ones probably only keep in the piping bag at room temperature for a couple of hours, before you frost the cake. Once the cake is frosted it will keep for a couple of days.
We recommend that you keep cakes in the fridge if you're not going to eat it straight away, but make sure you take them out of the fridge about an hour before you intend you eat them to allow the frosting to come back to room temperature, so that you can enjoy it as it should be enjoyed.