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post #16 of 28
what do you use for cake shooters? i tried doing a search on bakedeco.com but it didn't like me lol
i've gone crazy~ but it keeps me from going insane! heheheh
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i've gone crazy~ but it keeps me from going insane! heheheh
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post #17 of 28
try searching for push pops or push ups.
post #18 of 28
Hi Kamstor,
I used a wire cooling rack to hold the cake shooters. I used upside down cups to elevate the cooling rack and just put the shooters in the holes. Not very elegant but it worked like a charm!

Linda
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post #19 of 28
I just ordered my push-ups and am looking forward to making them...oh, the combinations icon_smile.gif

So, does Sprinkles have a patent pending on the name, or the actual product? Was wondering how this works. If they receive a patent, you can't sell them?
post #20 of 28
Where did you purchase the containers for these? I have searched the internet high and low and can't find any. Please help! icon_smile.gif
post #21 of 28
Aha! So did I...everyone seems to be sold out!

http://www.martellatousa.com/product.jhtm?id=638&cid=22
post #22 of 28
Try JB Prince, at one time they carried two different sizes.
HTH!
post #23 of 28
Thanks! icon_smile.gif
post #24 of 28
You're welcome! thumbs_up.gif
post #25 of 28
We spent quite a bit of time experimenting to find the best process. In the end we used a 1 1/2 inch piece of metal pipe (found in the plumbing department of the hardware store) and a piece of 1 inch PVC (also found at the hardware store). Cut the cake with the metal pipe (cuts smoother) and push it out with the PVC. If you have 2 people working together it is very simple. One of us cut and popped the cake into the shooter and the other frosted and we just handed them back and forth.. We did 24 in about 5 minutes. We used an upside down plastic tray used by the soft drink companies (with holes in them) to hold them upright. We have a party for 175 coming up and will put them in a 2x6 with holes in it to stand them up. I carried them in a tote bag to work (show and tell..lol) and they help up perfectly.

Has anyone frozen these and served them a several days later? We would like to do this but I am concerned about how they will hold up and taste.
post #26 of 28
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Originally Posted by tiawanna02

do you have a pic of them



I didn't see any pic. Can you try again? I would love to see the pics.

You can also get them on ebay. In different quantities. You don't have to buy 100. I just searched "push up containers" and got the results I wanted. HTH
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post #27 of 28

I have an order for these next week. I'm wondering if you'd flash freeze the cakes before cutting if it would be easier to manage? Any ideas?

post #28 of 28
U can buy it at michaels
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