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post #16 of 29
I like the idea of using the 1 ounce cookie scoop. they all come out even at one ounce!

but we used to pipe the muffins and soft dough cookies with a bag!
post #17 of 29
I love those bottles. I had my daughters girl scout troop over before Christmas to decorate cookies and we put the icing in these bottles. It was easy for them to control the icing when they covered the entire cookies with a thin icing and then they used bags of icing when they did the details.

Just another use for them..... icon_biggrin.gif
post #18 of 29
angie..that's a great idea, when we did the cookies at the mall we brought a few dozen of these.

The school participated in some activity promoting the kids and one of the things was to let them decorate their own cookies.

the bottles made this experience great for us ( clean ) and fun for them!
post #19 of 29
What a great idea! I hate when it drips on the liners too so I use a big piping bag. I tend to use those for everything! Great tip! icon_smile.gif
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post #20 of 29
I don't have the Wilton plastic bottle, but I am assuming that using a Ketchp or Mustard squirter from WalMart would work just as well, don't you think???
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post #21 of 29
Candy..you know..I think you're right! lol

I use a small paint tip that I push into my bottles to outline my chocolate transfers..

and I have all the chocolate colors in the bottles for easy handling
post #22 of 29
That is a great idea for that bottle!
I use the Wilton Easy-Pour Candy Funnel, it is great, the little lever on it lets me have all of the control!!! icon_lol.gif
I can fill about 6 or so liners with each fill up- no fuss, no mess!
LL
post #23 of 29
Can I ask if anyone has had problems with the top of the Wilton bottle "blowing" out on them? I had some royal icing in one and was squeezing the bottle and then it exploded--the top flew right on top of the cookie. icon_surprised.gif the royal icing was thin consistency.
post #24 of 29
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Originally Posted by birdgirl

Can I ask if anyone has had problems with the top of the Wilton bottle "blowing" out on them? I had some royal icing in one and was squeezing the bottle and then it exploded--the top flew right on top of the cookie. icon_surprised.gif the royal icing was thin consistency.



Yes,that happens with my chocolate all the time, I have to hold the bottle in one hand and a paper towel on the other and keep an eye out to keep wiping the rim where the bottle and tip meet.
post #25 of 29
You can buy a batter dispenser from ebay. I use mine for cupcakes and pancakes with no mess.
LL
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post #26 of 29
Is the batter dispenser expensive? I'm not really doing cakes right now, so I really have to watch my budget.
post #27 of 29
When I make cupcakes I use a large old fashioned ice cream scoop. This makes all the cupcakes the exact same size with no mess.

Just a thought.
Susan
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post #28 of 29
Great ideas! I love the frosting idea in the bottles. I"ve always have taken disposable bags to school events that end up squirting frosting out the other end! Such a mess!
post #29 of 29
I also use cookis scoops.I have all the pampered chef scoops and the smallest size is perfect for the mini cups. Never had any problems with it.
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