How to make a paper piping bag

How To Make A Paper Piping Bag

 
For piping buttercream, I’d always choose a plastic throw away bag, but for piping chocolate, candy melts or royal icing, I like to use a paper bag.  And this is how you make one…..
 
 
1. Cut a square of baking paper or greaseproof paper, then cut it in half diagonally to make a triangle.  Put the triangle on the table, with the longest side at the top.
 

2. Take the top right hand corner and fold it down…..

……..so the top corner meets the bottom corner.
 
 
3. Repeat with the opposite corner.
 
 
4. Then fold up the corners together, so the bag won’t unwrap itself.
 
 
5. Fill the bag about half full with your melted chocolate, candy melts or royal icing, then fold down the top of the bag so it doesn’t escape out of the top.
 

6. Now all you need to do is snip the end off the pointy part of the bag, and you are ready to pipe :0)

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Comments (2)

Wow! I am so bookmarking this!!! I can never remember how to do this and you have made it so easy!!!! Thank you
Rose http://www.milkymoles.blogspot.co.uk

You are very welcome Rosemary, please feel free to share!

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