BUTTERCREAM CELEBRATION CAKES
Please keep cake flat at all times. When carrying, support the bottom of the box and take care not to push the sides of the box against the cake or hold the box in to your body. When transporting, place the cake on a flat surface, either the boot or in a footwell. Secure the box so it cannot slide around freely. I recommend a non-slip mat. Transporting on a car seat or a persons lap can damage a cake. Do not turn the heating on in the car. Please drive carefully, especially when cornering and on bumpy roads.
Cakes are fragile and need to be kept cool to avoid melting. I recommend storing your celebration cake in the fridge and removing from the fridge 1-2 hours before cutting to allow the cake to get to room temperature. Once cut, store at room temperature and consume within 5 days. Storing a cut cake in the fridge will cause the sponge to dry out. Keep cakes away from direct heat and out of the sun. Once the cake is handed over to you, it is your responsibility and you are liable for any damage that may occur.
TRADITIONAL AND NAKED CAKES
Traditional and naked cakes need to kept flat at all times. Please transport in the boot or footwell of your car. A car seat or persons lap can damage the cake. Keep in a cool environment and out of direct sunlight. These cakes should not be kept in the fridge as the sponge will dry out.
Cupcakes are best eaten fresh within two days of collecting but will last longer in an airtight container at room temperature.
BROWNIES, BLONDIES AND COOKIES
Brownies, blondies and cookies are best stored in an airtight container at room temperature and eaten within five days of collecting.