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It is worth mentioning the recommended timeframes below are just shelf life estimates.

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Cakes and Cheesecakes

Cakes and cheesecakes are stored in the refrigerator for freshness. For best taste and texture allow your cakes or cheesecakes to thaw completely at room temperature before serving. 

My homemade classic cakes and cheesecakes are made with only the freshest ingredients.


Cheesecakes may be kept refrigerated for up to one (1) week upon delivery, or wrapped and frozen for up to one (1 ) year. Cakes can last up to five (5) days at room temperature or wrapped tightly for up to one (1) year frozen.

Cake Pops

Cake pops can be stored in an airtight container with a paper towel lining the bottom of the container, and placed in the refrigerator for up to a week, or in the freezer for up to a month. If you do freeze the cake pops, you will want to move them to the refrigerator about a day in advance to let them thaw. When ready to serve them, take them out of the refrigerator an hour or two before you'd like to serve them so that they can come to room temperature. 

If you do plan to store your cake pops at room temp, be sure that the flavor you choose supports this as well. For example, basic flavors like vanilla and chocolate are perfect for storing at room temp. However, if any ingredient in the pop would need refrigeration (a cake pop made with lemon curd, for example), then you should not store the pop at room temp and, instead, see the instructions above for keeping cake pops in the fridge.

Pound Cakes

It is recommended to store pound cakes at room temperature. You can make a pound cake stay good for longer if you keep it in the fridge, but this is going to make the cake worse. The texture and the flavor of the cake will be altered by being placed in the refrigerator. The pound cake will last in the refrigerator for around seven (7) days. On average, the pound cake will last between four (4) and five (5) days when stored properly at room temperature. 

Pound cakes may be stored in the freezer by wrapping securely in plastic and placed into a freezer bag. You’ll want to write the date on the cake so that you’ll know when you placed it in the freezer. The cake should stay good for approximately four (4) to six (6) months. After this time, the cake will start to degrade in quality. 


The shelf life for cakesicles is seven (7) to 10 days. As a suggestion, you might want to consume them within three (3) to five (5) days. 

Chocolate Covered Couvertures

Chocolate-covered strawberries are good for about two (2) days when they are stored properly in an air-tight container or plastic zipper bag in the fridge at or below 40 degrees Fahrenheit but it is recommended to eat them within the first few days to enjoy their optimum quality and taste. Moreover, always store your chocolate-covered strawberries away from strong-smelling foods.

You can freeze chocolate-covered strawberries and they can last for about three (3) months in the freezer. The downside, it will negatively impact the texture and flavor of chocolate-covered strawberries. The frozen chocolate-covered strawberries when thawed will become mushy and too soft.

Banana Pudding 

Banana pudding is best enjoyed within the first 24-48 hours that it is made. Avoid leaving it at room temperature for no more than two (2) hours. If you plan on enjoying it later, refrigerate the banana pudding in a sealed airtight container. When properly stored, you can refrigerate it for up to three (3) to four (4) days. Due to the delicate ingredients used in my banana pudding recipe, I do not recommend freezing banana pudding. 

Banana Pudding Cake

Keep this cake stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to three (3) to four (4) days. Just note, that there will be changes in the texture and appearance due to the bananas, but the cake will still be just as delicious. When you are ready to serve the cake allow the cake to come to room temperature for about 15-30 minutes before serving. 

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