Can I Use An Icing Syringe To Pipe Royal Icing?

Decorating By kate26 Updated 12 May 2013 , 5:35pm by manddi

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kate26 Posted 12 May 2013 , 4:37pm
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Hi, I'm new to the forum but wondered if you guys can help me. I've done quite a few cakes uing sugar paste and buttercream but would like to move onto a more detailed tiered cake for my mom's 70th in a months time. I've never had much success with piping bags and wondered if using a 'syringe' with correct nozzles might be an alternative to using the bag??!! I just need to use royal icing to do a few little details like flower centres and I'd like to try a 'snail trail' ( thats what I've seen it called in one of the books- a piped detail around the bottom join of the cake and the board). I'd really appreciate any advice as to whether this might work?

      Thanks, kate

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manddi Posted 12 May 2013 , 5:35pm
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AIf you feel like you have more control with the syringe I don't see why it wouldn't work. I'm partial to a piping bag but that's just a personal preference :)

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