Hi Beth. This will make a terrific Halloween cake! The …

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Hi Beth. This will make a terrific Halloween cake! The glaze becomes stiff and hard when cooled…I am hoping another reader can answer your question. I am still learning the chemistry baking and cannot say for sure. Good luck and thanks for reading!

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