Tips on how to keep your RSC treats sweet
Once cakes are delivered it's your duty to ensure proper care. RSC will not be held responsible for any unfortunate mishaps once your order is safely delivered. Here are a few tips to keep your cake looking good and tasty.
For transportation it is HIGHLY recommended that all cakes and treats be placed on the car floor. DO NOT place anything onto the seat of a car, as it can easily slide down onto the floor, ruining the structure and design of your treats. Your guests won't be able to enjoy it's sweet goodness!
Be sure to use caution when driving, this means no short stops on the breaks especially for tiered cakes!
Cakes and cupcakes are best eaten at room temperature so be sure to remove any treats from the refrigerator 30 minutes to 1 hr before cutting and serving.
All Cakes: Cakes and cupcakes are best eaten at room temperature so be sure to remove any treats 30 minutes to 1 hr before cutting and serving.
Cake Gut Jars: These jars are amazing for a little sweetness. You can easily store these for later consumption. They are best enjoyed at room temperature but should be refrigerated (up to 2 weeks) or frozen (3 months) until your next indulgence (if it even lasts that long).
Cookies: These yummy cookies will stay fresh in an airtight container for up to 3 days before drying out.
Krispies: Krispie treats will stay nice and chewy for up to 7 days if stored in an airtight container
Cake Pops: Will keep for up to 7 days at room temperature. Due to condensation it is not recommended however can last 2 weeks placed in the refrigerator
French Macarons: French macarons are very fragile and should be kept refrigerated as to not dry out. For best taste, macarons should be eaten at room temperature and consumed within 3 days from the time of delivery. Macarons are extremely sensitive to moisture. If keeping for more than 3 days, store them in airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 7 days. 3 months in the freezer.
Delicious Cake and How We Cut It!
Raw Sugar Cupcake serves 1" x 2" x 4" slices per cake. In order to get the correct amount of servings for your cake follow our cake cutting guide.
RSC cake cutting guide uses concentric cutting. For 6 inch cakes & below cut straight lines from the middle to give even slices. For 8 inch cakes & up cut 2 inches in all around the cake. Then cut 1 inch slices from the outer cake circle.
RSC will include a custom cake cutting guide for your order when requested.