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I've been reading about using dollar store squeeze bottles for frosting cakes and cookies. My question is, how do you attach the various decorating tips to the bottle?

post #2 of 12

I think what they  may be referring to is if they are flooding their cookies.  You use a really thin, kind of runny icing and it spreads out and makes a smooth layer.  I did a quick search and found this link with some pics that  demonstrate it.  I think some may use the bottles with melted candy melts too.  You wouldn't be attaching an icing tip to the bottle.  With your icing tips you would use a bag, parchment paper cone or even a plastic baggie in a pinch.

post #3 of 12

I don't know about dollar store store generic squeeze bottles, but here are some with the tips.

 

http://www.amazon.com/Kuhn-Rikon-Cookie-Cupcake-Decorating/dp/B000IE0V02/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1359595819&sr=8-1&keywords=cookie+decorating+supplies
 

post #4 of 12

Generic plastic sqeeze bottles?  ONLY if they say "food safe" on the label.

 

You can certainly use freezer-weight zipping bags, with the corner cut off for the tube.  We KNOW those are food safe. 

post #5 of 12

My guess is the dollar store ones would be like what they use for ketchup/mustard.

post #6 of 12

Hey Guys to get ready frosting,liquefy butter in pot over method warm and mix in brownish glucose and lotion. Carry to a steam, then exchange to a combining dish. Add confectioners' glucose and vanilla flavor. Defeat with a portable power combining machine until it gets to a growing reliability.Thanks!! 

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Originally Posted by Carver9 View Post

Hey Guys to get ready frosting,liquefy butter in pot over method warm and mix in brownish glucose and lotion. Carry to a steam, then exchange to a combining dish. Add confectioners' glucose and vanilla flavor. Defeat with a portable power combining machine until it gets to a growing reliability.Thanks!! 

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post #8 of 12
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Originally Posted by Carver9 View Post

Hey Guys to get ready frosting,liquefy butter in pot over method warm and mix in brownish glucose and lotion. Carry to a steam, then exchange to a combining dish. Add confectioners' glucose and vanilla flavor. Defeat with a portable power combining machine until it gets to a growing reliability.Thanks!! 

 

I hate to be the one to tell you this, dear, but the translation program you are using is making your posts incomprehensible.

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post #9 of 12

Thank God, for your last comment, I was reading that post and thought I had lost my mind!!! LOL

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Thank God, for your last comment, I was reading that post and thought I had lost my mind!!! LOL

 

I have tried to use Google translate to translate recipes on some eastern European blogs and they sometimes come up like carver's posts. I think the following might be what is meant:

 

"Melt butter in pot over medium heat and mix in brown sugar and cream. Heat to a simmer, then pour into mixing bowl.  Add confectioners' sugar and vanilla flavor. Beat with an electric  hand mixer to a soft peak stage  (alternately till it is spreadable).  Thanks!!"

 

I think it is meant to be a caramel (or at least a brown sugar) frosting.  Hard to tell without amounts. 

deborahanne

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http://fromlinetocolor.blogspot.ca/

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deborahanne

http://grandmasugarskitchen.blogspot.com/
http://fromlinetocolor.blogspot.ca/

Life begins at 325° F, and, yes, that IS powdered sugar in my hair.

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Birthday Cakes
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Christmas
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post #11 of 12
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Originally Posted by denetteb View Post

My guess is the dollar store ones would be like what they use for ketchup/mustard.

Yes there are those. They sometimes come with labels for various foods. 

There are also generic bottles-for-icing that come with tips--you can see the coupler in the package.

 

And then there are the very very cheap bottles that are used around here for hair dye. I would stay away from these.

post #12 of 12

ah that does look a lot better, even tho I don't really see a relation with this thread

I know exactly what you mean, English is not my first language and I have used google translate in the past and is not good at all unless you just want to translate one word or very short sentence

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