To prevent mould and mold spores from reaching the surface, make sure you wash your cakesicle before baking them.
“If it’s a moldy cake, you don’t need to worry about it,” said Rajiv Prakash, a consultant at the Bombay-based Cremaster Group.
“Moldy cakes don’t make you cough, and you can’t make them mouldy and moldy.”
While mold can cause a lot of damage to your cakes, it’s more likely to be a side effect of a fungus that’s living on the surface.
To combat mold and mold contamination, it is wise to use clean and dry baking pans, as well as a dryer.
This can help you to reduce the chance of mold and dust spreading on the cake.
Make sure you do not use your pans in a microwave oven, because the chemicals produced by the oven can cause mold growth.
Another good option is to bake your cakes in a cool, dry place and place them in a sealed plastic bag.
This will help prevent the mold spores, which can become a serious health risk.
To remove mould and powder from the cakesicle, use a vacuum cleaner, but it’s better to use a cotton swab, which is easier to clean and is less likely to break.
If you are unable to clean the cakesicles yourself, you can try mixing some baking powder and water with the baking powder.
This should get rid of the powder.
Once the mold is removed, it will look like this.
You will need to use an airbrush to remove it, but the best way to clean your cakes is to soak them in cold water for about 30 minutes.
This is how you can clean your cake.
Source: The Times Of India