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post #331 of 354

THANKS for sharing!!!

post #332 of 354

Personally, I just cut the corner out of a 1-qt storage-or-freezer-weight zip-top bag, and screw the tip and fitting into that. Then, when the time comes to remove the hardware, I simply unscrew the nut, remove the tip, and squeeze the inside part of the fitting (along with the frosting, if I have any reason to save it) out the hole. Sure, it destroys the bag, but zip-top bags are expendable by design.

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post #333 of 354

Great Tip, especially with multiple colors.

Barbara Hoogendoorn-Pluijlaar

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post #334 of 354

Definitely going to have to try this!  Thanks for sharing! (Even if the post is sveral years old) ;o)

post #335 of 354

Thought the same thing - for newbies, this is a great thread - I hate dealing with the mess afterwards even with disposable bags. Can't wait to try it with two or more colors!

post #336 of 354
Wow that's a great tip. Thanks, I am definitely trying it tomorrow as have to use three shades in cupcakes
post #337 of 354

Never would have thought!

post #338 of 354

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post #339 of 354

I love this tip.  Thank you for sharing, it will save tons of time cleaning up.

post #340 of 354

I'm going to have to try that soon.  Thanks for the tip.

post #341 of 354
Cool tip indeed but.... If I did that with every piping bag I filled I wouldn't get half the work done! I usually have a pile of 30 or 40 bags/cones at the end of a weekend!
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post #342 of 354

cool

post #343 of 354

This is amazing trick.princess.gif
 

post #344 of 354
I was surfing CC and found this...a bit old but well worth the bump...for thise like me who missed it...invaluable...I just love CC!!
post #345 of 354

OH WOW!!! I am going to have to try this! ^-^

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