Cakes are one of the easiest things to freeze. I slice it in single serving pieces. Wrap them tight and layer them in wax paper in a ziploc or a ziploc container. Enjoy !
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I freeze things like cookies, cakes, candy's, and muffins, donuts, as long as you package it well, there should be no problem, make sure the air is out of it, and I use zip lock freezer bags with anything I freeze.
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I know this is kind of a weird question, but has anyone tried freezing angel food cake?
My teens dislike sweets (crazy) and my husband and I won't eat a whole angel food cake before it goes bad. I was toying with the concept of baking, then freezing half. Has anyone tried that... or will it just collapse or something?
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