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post #16 of 21
I put them in little saran wrap packages so I can just cut off an end and slide the tube of RI into my piping bag. Didn't know I could freeze it either - I'll have to try it!! icon_smile.gif
Kathleen in Arizona
It's a dry heat...similar to your oven!
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Kathleen in Arizona
It's a dry heat...similar to your oven!
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post #17 of 21
Thread Starter 
When are you using the plastic bottles, are yo decorate with them? How did they feel in hand?
post #18 of 21
You all are giving me some great ideas, so thank you, thank you to everyone. In answer to when they are using bottles, I believe it is to flood the cookie with. You outline first with a thicker royal icing using a bag and probably a #2 tip and then you use a thinner royal icing in your squeeze bottle to flood the middle of your cookie. I have not tried the bottle method yet, but I will soon. For those of you that are using bottles, do you fill those using a funnel or maybe a plastic pastry bag???

Kelly
post #19 of 21
I only use one consistency of icing for my flooding. I love using the bottles. My favorite is the #2.

I just use a teaspoon to fill. The icing is fairly runny so it works pretty well. If I am doing a lot of one color or alot of cookies I fill several with the same color.

I also use the small size, the big ones are too heavy(when full) for me to have good control.
post #20 of 21
If you freeze icing and then thaw and find you still have some left over, can it be refroze?
post #21 of 21
does the RI separate in the freezer?
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