Clear plastic dessert tubes
- mar52 Nov 2, 2005 08:44 AM
I was at a wedding where beautiful cylinder shaped desserts were served. After getting mine I found that they were in thin plastic cylinders.
They were painted inside with chocolate and filled with mouse, cheesecake, cake and other goodies.
The presentation was impressive.
My brother's 50th birthday party is in a couple of weeks and I'm doing desserts.
I can't find those tubes!
I've been to Michael's and all over the internet restaurant supply sites.
Was it an actual cylinder of plastic? My local bakery takes a very thin sheet of plastic and some two-sided tape to achieve the same effect. Tie a ribbon around the plastic and no one will notice. Plus, a taped sheet is easier to unravel; how did you get it off it it was a cylinder? Did you eat out of it like a bowl?
I'm thinking you could deconstruct a sheet (sheets of paper that go in a binder, not the sheets on your bed) protector or overhead projector plastic paper.
See the link below. Not sure how many you're planning to make.
When I used to work in restaurants we uses thin plastic film and tape the two sides as nooodles pointed out.
That depends on what type of dessert you're planning to make as well. Are you looking to unwrapped the cylinder and make a chocolate tube?